After years of growth, the UK’s challenger banks are fighting hard to survive in a tough new market.
The English club tops KPMG’s study of top sides’ “enterprise value”, ahead of Real Madrid and Barcelona.
Unarranged overdrafts can cost up to seven times more than payday loans, a consumer group warns.
The House has approved Dodd-Frank reform, sending the measure to President Trump.
Contrary to claims made by DA MP David Maynier about the country’s rising debt levels, Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene says that government has been managing the country’s debt responsibly.
The declaration of a dividend in specie (a distribution in a form other than cash) – which included the transfer of Lodestone shares from Mayfair Speculators to Mayfair Holdings – was above board, says Stefan Potgieter.
An environmental civil society organisation is calling on the government as a matter of urgency not to mine bauxite in the Atewa forest.
The president faces criticism after saying he may fine the Chinese telecoms firm rather than ban exports to it.
The Democratic Alliance has advocated for the privatisation of some functions within state-owned enterprises and the eventual collapse of the Department of Public Enterprises.
Mark Zuckerberg has repeated to the the EU that Facebook didn’t take a broad enough view of its responsibility for user data, fake news and foreign interference in elections and that he is sorry for that.
High municipal electricity tariffs pose a serious threat to South Africa’s machinery and equipment manufacturing industries.
The Chancellor pledges full-fibre connections for most homes and businesses by 2025.
Britain is determined to tackle the problem of illicit money flows, a spokesperson for Prime Minister Theresa May said.
CEO Mark Zuckerberg agreed to answer questions about how Cambridge Analytica improperly got hold of the personal data of 87 million Facebook users.
The lawyer representing suspended SARS commissioner Tom Moyane has welcomed the recusal of retired Judge Kate O’Regan as head of an inquiry into the disciplinary charges against the former tax boss.
The JSE closed firmer on Tuesday despite briefly trading in the red after opening, with bankers and retailers in particular benefiting from the firmer rand.
General Electric has announced a $11.1bn (R141.45bn) deal yesterday to merge its transportation business with US rail equipment manufacturer Wabtec.
Minister of Labour Mildred Oliphant has announced the appointment of Advocate Lehlohonolo Molefe as the registrar of labour relations for the department.
A roundup of Tuesday’s top economic and finance reads on Fin24.
Analytics group Lightstone recently released a report detailing the value of the type of second-hand car you can afford based on your monthly salary in South Africa in 2018.
A former Uber engineer is suing the firm for sexual harassment and discrimination.