Ecsponent may default on its obligations

Investment firm may default on its obligations, which could affect preference shares to the value of R2.1bn

Eskom, by the numbers

Ninety percent of SA's electricity demand is supplied by Eskom

The Nuraphone: a design from the future

The Nuraphone has a hybrid design that is both in-ear and over-ear, and it powers up automatically when you put it on

HOT PROPERTY: R15.5m Cape homestead in Constantia

This white-washed thatched Cape homestead blends seamlessly with its treed surrounds

A bad week for Cyril Ramaphosa

We’d all do well to remember the witticism “It’s better to keep your mouth shut and let people think you’re a fool than to open it and remove all doubt”

Iqbal Survé: ‘I’m not ruthless enough’ to buy out AEEI

The company needs to justify its inflated view of its value, but media mogul Iqbal Survé denies a buyout offer to shareholders

WeWork defies trend of office space standing empty in SA

WeWork’s Rosebank premises have a 98% occupancy rate, defying the trend of office space standing empty in SA

Mobile money: Why MTN has to get it right this time around

With as many mobile money customers in the rest of Africa as it has SA subscribers, MTN is ready for this new wave of transactions

HIV trial’s failure a disheartening defeat

An SA test to probe the effectiveness of an experimental vaccine is halted after a review finds it offers no protection from the illness

Tech-driven efficiencies could help transform SA’s health care sector

SPONSORED | BCX has a deep understanding of both the healthcare industry and technology solutions

ENTREPRENEUR: Mutoda Mahamba is shaking up short-term insurance

A start-up insurance company wants to give its clients more of their money back, setting itself up to be a major disrupter in the industry

Panic contagion more dangerous than virus

Fallout: if China doesn’t contain the outbreak timeously, a global recession will hurt us badly

HOT PROPERTY: R9.5m designer home in Kyalami Heights

This home offers four en suite bedrooms, a large open-plan living area, an office, staff accommodation, three garages and a swimming pool

A bad week for Helen Zille

Helen Zille had a bad week trying to justify her free lodging in the home of DA funder and Capitec founder Michiel le Roux

Tongaat AGM: why so discreet?

Fund managers didn’t bother to go to the AGM, saying they prefer to handle their concerns in private discussions