Naspers leant on Investec analyst David Smith to ‘recall’ a negative research report about it. Instead, he stuck to his guns
By some estimates, the consulting firm could lose more than half its revenue in this country
While Mediclinic and Brait took a beating due to terrible overseas deals, the people who structured those deals walked away with huge fees
In the past few weeks, the four companies in the Resilient stable have seen their stock shed R103bn. Is this reaction justified?
SA’s banks have sought to paint the competition probe into rand rigging as dead in the water. New affidavits show this is far from the case
Many of SA’s blue-chip institutions have been scalded by Steinhoff’s collapse. The 100-year-old Sanlam seems to be hurting more than most
An anonymous research house made plenty from Steinhoff’s fall — but it’s just the latest event in a perfectly legitimate history of short ...
Markus Jooste has gone from lauded Steinhoff CEO to villain within weeks — in part because the victims who lost millions are so close to him
Over 15 years, Steinhoff’s CEO has scored R492m in salary and bonuses. If he messed up, shareholders must reclaim some of that windfall
The once high-flying tech firm has been firmly drawn into the centre of SA’s corruption epidemic, raising questions about its due diligence
Are killjoy hedge funds about to take the pin to the bitcoin bubble? If so, they’re picking a fight with the currency’s evangelists
Bewildering attempts at logic as Sars boss tries to explain why he is happy to have his deputy back in the office
Taste’s pricey deal with Starbucks and Domino’s proves that you’re not guaranteed success just because you have superstar brands
Just 0.1% of the population pays 30% of SA’s tax, so faith in the SA Revenue Service’s integrity is vital. But reasons to doubt that integrity keep emerging
This week’s Editor's Note column is free to read. FM has handed Sars an access to information request as the public has a right to know if its second-in-charge ...
Zuma must have been at his wits’ end, after successive minions failed to implement the R1 trillion nuclear deal. Time to call in the big guns. We have no idea ...
For years, dodgy auditors got away with a slap on the wrist and their names were kept secret. It’s a state of affairs the regulator aims to change