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    SA has already embarked on a slippery slope to autocracy, warns Terry Bell in Inside Labour.

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    Protests in Zimbabwe are forcing Mugabe to face anti-government sentiment, says Memory Mataranyika.

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    Officials who try to do what's right risk far more than blessed wrongdoers, says Solly Moeng.

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Financial Services

Goldman profit rises 74% as bond trading beats estimates

Jul 19 2016 15:22

Goldman Sachs Group has posted a 74% increase in second-quarter profit as litigation and compensation costs fell and fixed-income revenue surpassed analysts’ estimates.

Financial Services

Japan's Softbank plunges after $3bn ARM buy

Jul 19 2016 10:39

SoftBank has plunged in early Tokyo trading as investors gave a thumbs down to the Japanese mobile giant's whopping $32bn purchase of ARM Holdings.

Financial Services

Sanlam gets stake in Firstglobal Asset Management

Jul 14 2016 16:32

A wholly owned subsidiary of Sanlam has acquired an equity interest in Firstglobal Asset Management as part of a broader Sanlam Investments retail strategy.

Financial Services

African Bank buys back $325m worth of bonds

Jul 14 2016 15:17

African Bank has repurchased $276m worth of bonds from its foreign currency-denominated bond holders and $49m worth of bonds in the open market.

Financial Services

Liberty considers acquisition targets in Kenya

Jul 11 2016 14:10

Liberty Kenya Holdings is considering as many as 10 acquisition targets as part of its five-year strategy to expand its foothold in East Africa’s biggest economy.

Financial Services

StanChart's Japan move looks strange but really is smart

Jul 11 2016 10:33

So Standard Chartered has started its first brokerage business in Japan. Who knew that market held so much promise, considering everything that's gone down in India?

Financial Services

Italy could spark systemic bank crisis

Jul 06 2016 12:14

Italy’s banking crisis could spread to the rest of Europe and rules limiting state aid to lenders should be reconsidered.

Financial Services

RBS, Lloyds most exposed to commercial property: JP Morgan

Jul 06 2016 12:30

Royal Bank of Scotland Group and Lloyds Banking Group are the two major UK lenders most exposed to the commercial real estate market, which poses a risk for banks after asset managers froze withdrawals from property funds.

Financial Services

Brexit offers lifeline on $800bn emerging company debt

Jul 06 2016 11:02

Britain’s vote to exit the European Union has thrown a lifeline to emerging-market companies facing an $800bn wall of maturing debt.

Inside Fin24.com

Financial Services

Barclays traders face an unwanted benchmark for prison sentences

Jul 06 2016 09:04

As the four former Barclays traders convicted of rigging Libor await sentencing this week, a new type of benchmark set by Tom Hayes may haunt them.

Financial Services

Ramos: We need to work together to boost growth

Jul 05 2016 11:42

Barclays Africa boss Maria Ramos has lamented the importance of private public partnerships as the bank unveiled a project worth over R2bn to drive growth in Africa.

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