After a blowout last year, when the JSE’s all share index tumbled 11.4%, history suggests there could be a big recovery in 2019
So which companies are the juiciest among the small fry?
Just when it seemed as though the worst was over for MTN, the group’s most important market came back to bite it
No-one struggled with Mark Lamberti being forced to bow out of corporate SA quite as much as he did
The common thread uniting the three global newsmakers — Donald Trump, Theresa May and Elon Musk — is that the trio of formerly mighty personalities were all ...
In 2018, three banks launched, all on a branchless model but aiming at the universal target market of the large banks
VBS Mutual Bank collapsed this year after being fleeced by the very people entrusted with looking after depositors’ money
It was a conspiracy that dated back more than a decade, making fools of some of SA’s smartest businessmen
It was a conspiracy that dated back more than a decade, making fools of some of SA’s smartest businessmen. Steinhoff is SA’s newsmaker of 2018
The seventh annual FM top suburbs survey shows where you should place your bets for wealth creation in the housing market
There are a few neighbourhoods that have seen cumulative price growth of less than 20%
This series of graphs tells an eloquent story of SA’s economy, and society, in stark detail
After 20 years on the JSE, Sanlam has shaken off its image as the National Party’s economic arm and is ahead of former arch-rival Old Mutual
The $1bn it has put down to take full control of Morocco-based Saham Finances looks uncharacteristically bold
The attempt to clamp down further on smoking by diminishing branding and display will only play into the hands of the illicit trade, experts warn
A fierce fight is being waged for the hearts and lungs of SA’s smokers, with cheap and illegal cigarettes gaining ground
The retailer occupies about 6%-7% of the total retail space in the country. In the mainstream malls Edcon occupies about 10% of the space
What are Edcon’s chances of being rescued? Will it find a new investor to help CEO Grant Pattison restore it to its former glory?