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Financial Services

R100 000 for New National Assurance

Mar 30 2017 18:14

The Financial Services Board has fined New National Assurance R100 000 for failing to accept a claim from a policyholder, within a reasonable period.


Light at the end of mining tunnel with increased profits

Mar 30 2017 18:14

South Africa’s mining sector’s profits improved by R72.2bn in the period between 2015 and 2016, although the increase is off a very low base, says the Chamber of Mines.

Financial Services

Judge says urgent application against Gordhan, SARS may be too late

Mar 30 2017 17:06

A High Court judge says the urgent application against SARB and Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan may have been filed too late for the court to consider.

Financial Services

Habib Bank urgent court bid is self-created – Treasury, SARB

Mar 30 2017 14:48

Vardospan’s urgent application has been self-created, National Treasury and the SA Reserve Bank say in court papers.

Financial Services

Sanlam bullish on long-term prospects for Zim associate units

Mar 30 2017 08:26

Capital shortages in Zimbabwe are hitting insurance and life assurance firms, prompting Sanlam's associate units to turn to the SA group for assistance and technical cover.


Worst may be over in Brazil meat scandal

Mar 29 2017 18:30

After 11 days of arrests, bribery allegations and a full-blown international food-safety scare, the worst may finally be over for Brazil’s embattled meat industry.


Watchdog clamps down on 7 companies in cartel conduct

Mar 29 2017 17:09

The Competition Commission has referred seven companies specialising in supplying, installing and maintaining fire control and protection systems to the Competition Tribunal for prosecution.


PIC gets nod to purchase stake in Distell

Mar 29 2017 16:58

The Competition Tribunal has approved a transaction in which the Public Investment Corporation will purchase a share of Distell.

Financial Services

Gordhan threatened with more court action

Mar 29 2017 17:01

Gupta associates are targeting Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan in another court case, which relates to a bid to buy a bank.

Financial Services

Gupta ruling 'crucial to set rules for future cases'

Mar 29 2017 12:19

Absa has argued in the North Gauteng High Court that it is important for the court to rule on Finance Minster Pravin Gordhan’s declaratory order.

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Financial Services

Standard Bank wants court to prevent ministers from intervening

Mar 29 2017 12:07

Standard Bank argues that Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan’s declaratory order should be extended to include cabinet ministers from intervening in banking matters.

Financial Services

Capitec earnings rise on record client growth

Mar 28 2017 15:43

Capitec Bank achieved a record growth of 1.3 million new clients for its financial year to February 2017, and reported 18% growth in headline earnings to R3.8bn.

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