Fishing companies: Hitting the high-water mark

Two strong players are emerging to challenge Oceana’s dominance over the local fishing sector

ANALYSE THIS: Prescient Securities’ Muneer Ahmed

We analyse Muneer Ahmed, analyst and deputy head of research at Prescient Securities

RMB Corvest focuses on long-term partnerships for success

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BACKSTORY: Momentum Investments CEO Jeanette Marais

We question Jeanette Marais, CEO of Momentum Investments and deputy CEO of MMI Holdings

GLOBAL MARKETS: Samsung dials down

South Korean tech giant estimates that earnings grew at the slowest pace in more than a year in the second quarter

CHECKOUT COUNTER: Danone looks to new cash cow

World’s biggest yoghurt maker is considering adding milk-free ranges to some of its flagship brands in a bid to capitalise on the growth in veganism

Flaky Trump derails SA car exports

It’ll be a blow for the country’s automotive sector if the US president imposes tariffs there too

Rage: Brian Joffe’s R3.9bn Imelda Marcos moment

The terms of Brian Joffe’s latest deal, especially the equity he is giving up, have some analysts scratching their heads

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Scepticism around EOH rejig plan

The technology group plans to split in two, but it still has to convince investors that good governance has been restored

Imperial Holdings: Breaking up is the easy part

Imperial is splitting into two listed entities — but will their potential be turned into reality?

Trustco: Swimming against the stream

MD’s upbeat comments on the future of the Namibian economy and his firm’s prospects raise concerns

CHECKOUT COUNTER: SA lands its first Lego store

The Great Yellow Brick Co will this month open SA’s first Lego-certified store in Sandton City

GLOBAL MARKETS: Deutsche Bank fails Fed test

Deutsche Bank’s US subsidiary fails the second part of Federal Reserve’s annual stress test

Pressure on Naspers to use its cash pile

Management acknowledges that shareholders are frustrated but is sure it can find good investments