While the IDC’s reluctance to extend funding tipped the scales, the construction firm may yet be one of the few business-rescue successes
The accounting body has been a dismal failure, more intent on looking after its own than doing what would be best for the public
Some of the JSE’s blue chips have become adept at brushing off investors’ concerns over CEO pay. It’s time to toughen up the rules
Debacle over bank’s ‘apology’ for its analyst’s view on Tongaat Hulett exposes unhealthy conflict of interest in modern finance firms
Many people lost plenty when Steinhoff imploded — so why does Pepkor’s top brass deserve special treatment?
The clash at the bourse’s AGM flagged the fact that while the exchange can’t reject listings for subjective reasons, its rules may need an overhaul
Germany’s probe into Steinhoff is at a standstill. Are the Germans trying to pretend it’s only an SA problem?
Tobacco companies have never been great on transparency, but BAT’s silence over a probe into its alleged corruption is particularly galling
In many boardrooms around the country, there’s an irrational fear of short-selling activists. Allan Gray says this panic is unwarranted
Media moguls have long been interfering in their own newspapers. But doing this erodes the value of the media assets
Now that the bubble of the glory days has burst, EOH investors are taking a stand
Prosecutors have released a witness list in the latest Sars criminal case that reads like a compendium of the incurably compromised
There are two investigations into claims of shady goings-on at Resilient. Whether they reach the same conclusion will be intriguing
Four years after African Bank’s collapse, the hearing into Deloitte’s role begins
Why do rich business executives, such as Markus Jooste of Steinhoff, cut corners and cost societies billions in criminal acts of greed?
How is it that the food company’s rivals, like AVI, don’t seem to always find themselves in the dock for apparently breaking the rules?