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Barbrook deal in jeopardy

Jan 21 2018 05:53

A deal by a local minerals and investment company to buy the cash-strapped Lily and Barbrook mines is mired in controversy and could collapse.

Financial Services

Ntsebeza Inquiry into individuals involved in KPMG saga on track

Jan 20 2018 10:47

The independent investigation into Chartered Accountants involved in the KPMG saga, launched by the South African Institute of Chartered Accountants and dubbed the Ntsebeza Inquiry, is on track.


Women catch up with men in wine drinking stakes

Jan 19 2018 21:00

Major shifts in the wine industry over the past 12 years include gender equity in terms of wine drinkers, according to an expert in wine business strategy.


Ghana considers pay cut for cocoa farmers as prices stay low

Jan 19 2018 19:47

Ghana’s government will consider cutting the price it pays to cocoa farmers because a slump that started more than a year ago, shows little sign of abating.


Blocked funds increasing problem for airlines in Africa - Iata

Jan 19 2018 17:29

In nine African countries international carriers are unable to repatriate foreign currency earnings, while locally-based airlines experience difficulties too.


Tru-Cape breaks 16 millon carton sales

Jan 19 2018 15:54

Tru-Cape Fruit Marketing saw a volume increase of about 8% last year, breaking the volume record of 16 million cartons for the first time.


Hero to short sellers rose from social work to Steinhoff win

Jan 19 2018 18:19

A year before unleashing a damning report that has detailed accounting irregularities at Steinhoff International Holdings, one of its authors faced a reckoning of his own.


How the Markus Jooste scandal may impact SA's biggest horse racing auction

Jan 19 2018 13:52

There are fears within the horse racing community that the scandal surrounding former Steinhoff CEO and noted racehorse owner Markus Jooste could cause a sharp decline in horse sale prices.


Steinhoff hands over 15 years of financial records to unions

Jan 19 2018 12:49

Steinhoff has agreed to allow the Federation of Unions of South Africa and the Public Servants Association access to financials as far back as 2002.



Gigaba: H&M violence undermines investment in SA

Jan 18 2018 12:22

Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba has condemned violent protests at H&M outlets, while saying it is understandable there is a great deal of rage over the group's controversial advertisement.

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