Hassen Adams had harsh words for shareholder activists, but he can’t argue with the share price discount
Nene’s disclosures to the Zondo commission were unsettling. But our reaction should be informed by our need for justice, not retribution
The commission is doing itself no favours by attacking its critics
The wealthy have been spooked by political and economic uncertainty, while entry-level buyers are being squeezed out by affordability constraints
An upcoming wine fair sparks a look at some cool and unusual local wines
Ivorian president Alassane Ouattara watches as prime minister Daniel Kablan Duncan leaves the presidential palace in Abidjan. Duncan resigned along with his government after the end of an army mutiny. He was later appointed first vice-president.
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