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GLOBAL MARKETS: Divide and control

Beijing wants to break up Alipay, the 1-billion-plus-user super-app owned by Jack Ma’s Ant Group, and create a separate app for the company’s highly profitable ...

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BACKSTORY: FNB’s Eric Enslin

We question Eric Enslin, CEO of FNB Private Banking

The value of financial advice, and the changing role of advisers

The first in a series of BDFM Investment Dialogues Live, in partnership with the JSE, focused on the changing role of financial advisors and the growth of ...

Adrian Gore’s gamble: can Discovery pull it off?

Discovery has lagged its stodgier peers recently, partly because it has yet to hit pay dirt with any of its several ventures

Why gung-ho Shoprite sees no slowdown

It’s hard to overstate just how good Shoprite’s profit margins are. The FM spoke to CEO Pieter Engelbrecht

How Aspen is convincing the sceptics

Aspen is winning over the doubters after slashing debt and clinching the J&J deal. But it needs to build on its promises

Prosus’s fintech fling

Naspers, through its Amsterdam-listed subsidiary Prosus, holds unlisted e-commerce assets valued at $39bn. That is more than four times the size of Sasol’s ...

BACKSTORY: Nedbank’s Chipo Mushwana

We question executive of emerging payments & innovation at Nedbank Retail Chipo Mushwana

Woolworths: call to spin off R48bn food division

If Salmour Research had its way, there’d be two Woolies tickers on the JSE. But just how feasible is its idea?

Why Walmart’s staying in SA

If you think you’ve got a tough boss, spare a thought for Massmart’s Mitch Slape, who needs to make good on parent Walmart’s $2.4bn investment in the retailer ...

Neal Froneman’s nuclear option

Some love affairs die hard. For Sibanye-Stillwater’s CEO, it’s with uranium. Could this be the miner’s next big thing?

Battle of the malls

The platinum belt is booming for mall owners but in higher-end, big-city SA, rentals are falling

Chris Griffith: holding his feet to the fire

Gold Fields CEO Chris Griffith doesn’t have a big fix on his hands, but lifting the miner’s market rating is no small ask