• Voter paralysis

    With so much tilting voters against change, democratic reason is the loser, says Solly Moeng.

  • The power of perseverance

    True grit is a reliable predictor of who will achieve success in life, says Ian Mann.

  • It's the system

    The system sucks and it’s being used far too often as an excuse, says Mandi Smallhorne.

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Industrial

Areva, TVO talks over nuclear dispute called off: TVO

May 27 2016 18:36

Negotiations between France's struggling nuclear power giant Areva and Finnish operator TVO over cost overruns and delays for the construction of a Finnish reactor have been called off, TVO says,

Financial Services

Capitec CEO vows court battle won't stop bank's rise

May 27 2016 19:18

Capitec CEO Gerrie Fourie says the court battle against Summit will not deter him from building a bank for millions of South Africans seeking to fulfill their potential.

Financial Services

Moody's lowers outlook for SA banks

May 27 2016 17:40

Ratings agency Moody's has lowered its outlook for the South African banking system to negative from stable, citing deteriorating operating conditions.

Financial Services

Credit dispute sensationalised in media - Capitec CEO

May 27 2016 14:33

Capitec CEO Gerrie Fourie says legal action by Summit has been sensationalised in the media with "material inaccuracies".

Mining

Anglo appoints new De Beers CEO

May 27 2016 08:38

Anglo American has appointed Bruce Cleaver to replace Philippe Mellier as CEO of De Beers Group.

Mining

Amplats bid to buy peace around prized mine may backfire

May 27 2016 06:55

Anglo American Platinum's bid to appease a community near its most profitable South African mine may unravel, highlighting the challenges of managing social unrest.

Industrial

Competition Commission raids paper suppliers

May 26 2016 14:20

Due to allegations of collusion, the Competition Commission has raided the Gauteng and Free State premises of two paper supply giants.

Industrial

Sasol starts drilling in Mozambique

May 26 2016 13:43

Sasol has started the drilling of its first well in terms of its production sharing agreement licence in Mozambique.

Financial Services

Standard Bank steps up fraud controls as losses to fines mount

May 26 2016 12:53

Standard Bank is bolstering internal controls after shareholders criticised managers and executives at Africa’s biggest bank by assets for a series of fines and losses tied to fraud.

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Financial Services

Diamond's Atlas Mara group reports $2m loss

May 26 2016 11:18

Atlas Mara, the African investment vehicle of ex-Barclays boss Bob Diamond has reported a $2mn loss for the first quarter, blaming weaker African currencies.

Retail

Massmart to open 13 new stores in 2016 despite tough conditions

May 26 2016 10:41

Massmart says it will open 13 stores in 2016, despite tough economic trading conditions caused by high inflation and low economic growth in South Africa.

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