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Ghosn makes another bid for bail while his peers jet for Davos

Jan 21 2019 09:08

At this time of year, Carlos Ghosn would normally be hobnobbing with the global elite at the World Economic Forum in Davos. Instead, he’s languishing in a Tokyo prison.


The Sunday Read: Safair CEO on doing 'good, honest business'

Jan 20 2019 09:32

Safair CEO Elmar Conradie has been with the company since 2005 when he started as chief financial officer, before taking over the reins as CEO in 2015.


I have my lawyers and nothing to hide, says Brian Molefe on Transnet summons

Jan 17 2019 19:19

Former Transnet CEO says it is typical of individuals to put together flimsy summonses only to go quiet and non-responsive to them when lawyers reply to the summons.


Popo Molefe says new board found 'horror show' at Transnet

Jan 17 2019 09:37

The state-owned freight rail company has issued summons to former top executives implicated in financial mismanagement with a view of recouping some of the squandered money.


BMF to meet Denel over white CEO, before considering legal action

Jan 15 2019 08:01

The Black Management Forum says it will meet with state-owned arms manufacturer Denel before considering legal action over its concerns that a white male, Daniel du Toit, was recently appointed group CEO.



Denel defends appointment of white male CEO as 'top candidate'

Jan 14 2019 14:17

New Denel CEO Daniel du Toit is the most suitable candidate for the job and was approved by Cabinet, the state-owned arms manufacturer has said.

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