Zim's leaders are clueless about managing the economy or leading the nation, says Malcom Sharara.
Journalists seems to know more than those paid to govern us, says Mandi Smallhorne.
Private firms can't be blamed for picking up anything lucrative on offer, says Terry Bell.
Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan says he is surprised by the move to use a talk show to debate a sensitive banking issue and that Treasury will engage further off-air.
Gupta-owned Oakbay Investments has slammed media reports about an approach to buy UBank as "speculation", with "several significant untruths and misunderstandings".
UBank has submitted its recapitalisation plan to the SA Reserve Bank and will not require help from the Guptas, according to the Chamber of Mines.
The National Union of Mineworkers is adamant that the Gupta-owned business Oakbay Investments won’t buy Ubank, in which it has a 50% stake.
The Guptas could soon find a solution from being blacklisted by South Africa’s leading banks by buying their own bank, a report suggests.
ZImbabwean Old Mutual shareholders can dispose of their stocks in offshore markets for better returns after the Reserve Bank increased the shares' fungibility.
Grindrod Bank has accused the South African Social Security Agency of acting unlawfully when it ordered the lender to halt deductions for services and goods from the accounts.
Credit Suisse and UBS, which have scaled back from the Gulf since the financial crisis, are advising on the potential merger of Abu Dhabi’s two largest banks.
The South African Social Security Agency has misinterpreted the amended regulations under the Social Assistance Act, says Grindrod Bank.
Two investor advisory groups have recommended that shareholders vote in favour of pay proposals linked to Old Mutual's plans to divide into four businesses.
Banks have taken £2.46bn in the first of three extra liquidity operations the Bank of England is holding to shore up funding as the UK considers its future in the EU.
Outrage in Tshwane highlights a big disconnect between ANC supporters and the party itself.
Thousands of principled CEOs all around the country are quietly giving back.
We must make it as easy as possible for foreigners to enter and travel to the country.
The Maitland Group CEO share secrets of building a global business.
The most liquid small caps have trumped their large rivals on the JSE in the past year.
SA leaders' insistence on flying in the face of economic reality can only make matters worse.
An anonymous bidder agreed to pay $3.46m to dine with Warren Buffett; and all topics are fair game apart from where one of the world's most admired investors will invest next.
A German court has found six former Deutsche Bank employees guilty of evading taxes on trading carbon emission certificates.
Capitec Bank says it has recovered from a period of downtime.
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