Very few heads of companies are ever brought to book for fraud in SA, but that appears to be changing
PSG CEO calls for disclosure of executive pay to become voluntary — but few pundits are buying it
Oceana’s annual report reveals that PwC, which has just taken over its audit, lodged five ‘reportable irregularities’ with the regulator
The EFF has set up Johann Rupert as white bogeyman-in-chief, though most of what it says about him is completely wrong
SA's oldest business magazine, now 63 years old, is reverting to the glossy, more compact design that worked for decades
The airports company fiasco casts a cloud over rhetoric that the private sector should invest alongside the government in Eskom
After four safety incidents in a month, the airline is in a desperate bid to restore passenger confidence. But its shoddy handling of the crisis has only made ...
New survey suggests that SA’s wealthiest are becoming an increasingly rare species — with dire implications for the country’s slim tax base
SA’s government can still raise taxes, is largely seen as legitimate (even if this is waning), and can protect its borders – but there are warning signs
The failure of policing isn’t because there aren’t enough boots on the ground; it’s a case of shoddy management
Its CEO has quit, its CFO is on ice, and its accounts are weeks late. What more can go wrong for the fishing firm?
Despite claiming it has the best interests of listeriosis victims at heart, Tiger Brands has spent 18 months on a fishing expedition to shift the blame. This ...
If the state wants to put white-collar criminals behind bars, how will it get the forensic accounting skills to do this if it pays R31,000 a month?
After a 187% stock surge in the past year, you can see why CEO Roland van Wijnen and shareholder VCP sold part of their stock. But, traders wonder, should we ...
About 20% of the sugar firm’s beleaguered shareholders voted against a R4bn capital raising plan that will bring in controversial new Zimbabwean-based investor ...
Judge Gerald Bloem said it seems mining minister Gwede Mantashe has “made up his mind” in support of Shell. Which looks bad, given a R15m donation to the ANC ...
The FM spoke to a number of accountants who wrote the notoriously chaotic board exam on December 1. It bodes ill for the profession