When Sipho Pityana spoke at the FT Africa Summit this week, there was a tangible sense of despair at the president’s glacial pace of reform
Eyebrows go sky-high over huge payouts to former Woolies CEO who made one of the worst foreign investments in SA history— and investor advisers mutter about a ...
Is it really just a coincidence that the health minister has reconstituted his Covid-19 advisory committee — and left out the most outspoken critics?
KPMG’s reform includes an ambitious plan to prioritise ‘public interest’ — but will this help it avoid the next Gupta or VBS Mutual Bank scandal?
Some politicians are spinning the yarn that Covid-19 shows SA can manage immense healthcare projects — where were they when all the looting was taking place?
Two years down the line in trying to fix the fraud-ravaged retailer, it won’t help CEO Louis du Preez that investors have now voted to reject its accounts
Sasol’s value has shrunk R267bn since it began building Lake Charles — so why is it giving its former CEOs a R95.8m golden handshake to leave?
Johann Steynberg, the founder of Mirror Trading International, says 50,000 South Africans ‘invested’ in his get-rich-quick scheme. It seems destined to end in ...
Danie Matthee, CEO of Outsurance, is reaping the benefit of paying out claims for Covid-19’s lockdown, while many of his rivals run for cover
As 120 wine farms prepare to fight Dlamini Zuma in court on August 18, one of their star witnesses will be SA’s highest-rated retailer
Don’t believe the politicians – doctors didn’t suggest that kids not go back to school and taxis fill up. No wonder the medical advice is being kept secret
Edcon’s business rescue has been a fraught process – not least as questions arise over why a higher bid for Jet than TFG’s R480m was buried
SA’s largest technology company is still battling to resolve a 2018 scandal – and it’s getting no help from the audit regulator
SA’s regulators should see the collapse of payments company Wirecard as evidence of how short sellers help, not harm, markets
Until now, there’s been no sheriff calling anyone to account in the wild west that is schools group Pembury. Will an allegation of stock manipulation change ...
The Edcon group is dead; long live Edgars (and Jet), as clothing and food retailers are in the running to buy these chains out of business rescue
SA is deeply unequal, with wealth divided along racial lines. But few believe that a 100% inheritance tax is the answer – more likely, it’ll finance SA’s new ...
As the threat of prescribed assets looms, companies like Ninety One are pre-emptively showing that they can try to solve social issues