Mad or brave? Mr Price goes all in on frail SA

Now, you’d think, is the time to look abroad as SA meets its fiscal reckoning. But Mr Price is going all in, here at home

Financial Mail’s Top Analysts for 2020 will be announced online

The 2020 Financial Mail Top Analyst Awards will move online on July 28 2020.

‘We’re not selling assets’ – HCI’s Johnny Copelyn

CEO Johnny Copelyn reckons the group can weather 18 months of virus-enforced limbo. But what comes after that?

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Keep a beady eye on Brait

Recent asset sales and a revved-up investment team mean that perhaps the market has got this one wrong

Peregrine gets set to go private

The JSE is losing another local small cap to private equity. But Peregrine investors can opt to stay in for the long haul

Tsogo Sun to roll up its sleeves

Tsogo Sun will reclaim its role as manager, as Marriott ditches three iconic SA hotels in the worst of times

BACKSTORY: The Unlimited’s Andrew Wood

We question CEO of The Unlimited Andrew Wood on his top tip for doing a deal, his first job and the one investment he wishes he’d made earlier

Sasol 2.0 on the way

Indebted and belching greenhouse gases, Sasol needs to change. Version 2.0 appears a step in the right direction

Self-storage proves a winner for Stor-Age

Humans are hoarders and can’t let go, not even in a recession. Which is great for self-storage company Stor-Age

Which asset managers have proved their value?

A bull market can disguise the most mediocre money managers, but it takes a crisis to prove one’s worth

Sun International: No grand reopening here

We asked Sun International CEO Anthony Leeming if the reopening of hotels will be an exuberant return to life pre-Covid, or whether it’s far too optimistic to ...

BACKSTORY: David Shapiro

We question David Shapiro, deputy chair of Sasfin Securities, on his top tip for doing a deal, his biggest regret and the one investment he wishes he’d made ...

Why MultiChoice is throwing in its lot with Netflix

If you can’t beat ’em, join ’em: MultiChoice opts to counter the streaming threat with a canny new partnership