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Uber directors have been accused of failing to properly review the $680m acquisition of a self-driving technology firm that wound up being accused of stealing trade secrets.
Should Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa win the ANC race, it will provide a “confidence upturn” for both domestic and international investors, but there’s no silver bullet, warn analysts.
AYO Technology Solutions – a majority black-owned ICT company, which is at least 30 percent women-owned – is scheduled to list on the JSE next week.
Traders invested in the rand haven’t been this nervous since the global financial crisis.
The finance secretary is expected to announce tax increases for middle and higher earners.
Global retail giant Steinhoff International has announced that its financials for 2016 will also need to be restated and can no longer be relied upon.
SABC workers have decided to embark on a strike on Thursday morning, according to the broadcasting company.
Anglo American Platinum said that it had finalised the disposal of two assets in line with a strategy to reposition the business.
The South African Revenue Service (Sars) is in discussions with a number of technology companies to enable it to track cryptocurrency trades more efficiently.
The Supreme Court of Appeal has made a landmark decision which will see relief provided to thousands of single parents around the country.
The woes of an early bitcoin investor. Until recently, people who paid virtually nothing for the virtual currency and watched it soar had only one way to enjoy their new wealth – sell. And many weren’t ready.
Rating agencies are likely to hold off on reacting to the outcomes of the ANC leadership race, according to an economist.
At least six organisations are investigating global retail giant Steinhoff International following the abrupt resignation of its CEO and the dramatic share price plunge.
Steinhoff International Holdings NV, the South African retail giant rocked by an accounting scandal, will restate its 2016 financial results after a probe uncovered fresh concerns.
A merger in which the Public Investment Corporation will obtain a shareholding in the Clinix Hospital Group has been approved by the Competition Tribunal.
Woolworths yesterday said it had removed “with immediate effect” from its shelves children’s T-shirts found to possibly have animal fur.
The Steinhoff scandal would do South Africa a huge service if it made the point that corruption and mismanagement have nothing to do with race, says Steven Friedman.
The Government Employees Pension Fund (GEPF), and the Public Investment Corporation (PIC) hit out yesterday at the dominance of the Wiese family
The rand rose yesterday, helped by a dip in the dollar after disappointing US inflation data.
Hundreds of packets of imitation formula products have been removed from sale in the country.