• Mboweni on State Capture

    The new finance minister has described state capture as a 'great public sector heist'

  • Kganyago on Populism

    The central bank head says SA must learn economic lessons from Venezuela and Zimbabwe.

  • Up in the Air

    Uber Air could see SA shoppers flying to malls via skyports, says a company executive.


Netflix selling $2bn of junk bonds to fund new shows

Oct 22 2018 16:28

Netflix is once again turning to the junk-bond market to fund new programming as the streaming-video giant seeks to maintain its torrid subscriber growth.

Financial Services

SARS exec 'will go to war' over R759k private law firm bill

Oct 22 2018 14:57

SARS Group Executive for Employment Relations, Luther Lebelo, has told the Nugent Commission of Inquiry he is prepared to "go to war" to challenge the R759 000 bill from lawyers who helped him gather evidence for his submission last month.


Glencore CEO to tell investors he'll retire in 3 to 5 years

Oct 22 2018 13:08

Ivan Glasenberg, who has built Glencore into a dominant force in commodities trading and became the face of the industry, told investors he plans to retire in three to five years.


Gordhan tells Parliament Joburg loan to Denel was lawful

Oct 22 2018 17:11

Minister of Public Enterprises Pravin Gordhan has told Members of Parliament in a written reply to questions that the R290m loan which the Johannesburg Metropolitan Municipality paid to Denel was lawful.

Travel & Leisure

Ryanair says Brexit concerns preventing more share buybacks

Oct 22 2018 09:48

Ryanair is putting plans for future share buybacks on hold due to uncertainty surrounding the UK’s proposed exit from the European Union.


Digital migration: What does it all mean?

Oct 22 2018 06:45

Government is ramping up migration to digital terrestrial television (DTT), Communications Minister Nomvula Mokonyane said at a briefing on Friday. But what is DTT and why is it needed?


JPMorgan Chase to build 'fintech' campus in Silicon Valley

Oct 22 2018 06:02

JPMorgan Chase will open a new campus for financial technology, or 'fintech,' in Silicon Valley in 2020, staffed by more than 1 000 workers.

Travel & Leisure

Towards $3trn: Halal tourism by the numbers

Oct 21 2018 19:45

Cape Town and the Western Cape want to specialise in halal tourism, with Muslim tourists expected to have $3trn in buying power by 2021. Tourism solutions could range from halal food to Muslim-friendly entertainment, clothing, cosmetics and pharmaceuticals.


Retail, design and development awards winners announced

Oct 21 2018 17:10

The 2018 Retail, Design and Development Awards winners were announced at the SA Council of Shopping Centres congress in Durban.


5 Questions: Engineering body on why ex-CEO’s comments on women was a 'wake up call'

Oct 21 2018 17:02

The South African Institution of Civil Engineering has been under pressure to prove the industry’s commitment to gender transformation after former CEO Manglin Pillay penned a column questioning whether women should be targeted in terms of the science, technology and engineering fields. Here, in this edited Q/A, SAICE's chief operating officer Steven Kaplan talks about the changing face of the industry.

Inside Fin24.com


Winners of mall marketing awards announced

Oct 21 2018 16:46

The 2018 Footprint Marketing Award winners were announced at the recent SA Council of Shopping Centres annual congress in Durban.

Travel & Leisure

Tourism vital to sustain SA’s game reserves

Oct 21 2018 16:06

Tourism Minister Derek Hanekom says growing safari tourism is vital to sustain and develop South Africa’s game reserves and the conservation work they do.

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