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E-tolls boycott hurts Gautrain's operations
E-tolls boycott hurts Gautrain's operations

More than R40bn has been spent but Gauteng transport chiefs are now coming to the realisation that the province's two flagship projects - the Gauteng Freeway Improvement Project and Gautrain - are not having the desired effect

17 Sep 2014 11:02

MTN bumps up its loan facilities
MTN bumps up its loan facilities

Major telecommunications company MTN has dramatically increased its borrowing ability‚ fuelling analysts' speculation that an acquisition may be on the cards.

By Samuel Mungadze 17 Sep 2014 10:37

Digital revolution will impact on Africa's banking sector
Digital revolution will impact on Africa's banking sector

In emerging markets, mobile money services have the power to simplify lives and transform them by addressing the unbanked or underserved population in Africa.

By Frederic Guillou 17 Sep 2014 08:28

African Bank's failure affects every citizen
African Bank's failure affects every citizen

The dust has not yet settled on the African Bank saga but positive action has now been taken.

By Rob Jeffrey 17 Sep 2014 07:17

Cabinet approves further funding for Eskom
Cabinet approves further funding for Eskom

National Treasury has announced the approval of a package to support Eskom to ensure that the energy security of the country is maintained and GDP growth supported.

16 Sep 2014 09:26

MTN, Skrill join forces to launch 'Pay by Skrill' service
MTN, Skrill join forces to launch 'Pay by Skrill' service

MTN Mobile Money users in Ivory Coast and Rwanda will be first to enjoy benefits of the new partnership between MTN and Skrill when the 'Pay by Skrill' service launches this month...

10 Sep 2014 09:32

Dawie Botes
Mobile banking ... what's next?

During this last decade or so with mobile banking, we've seen a major shift in focus with regards to how banking customers interact with their banks...

By Dawie Botes 10 Sep 2014 05:52

Wallet One comes to South Africa
Wallet One comes to South Africa

Wallet One (W1), an international multi-currency electronic payment system operating in 12 countries has announced the launch of its third party payment service in South Africa...

8 Sep 2014 12:39

JD Group to sell finance unit‚ market speculates over buyer
JD Group to sell finance unit‚ market speculates over buyer

JD Group (JDG)‚ a subsidiary of furniture manufacturer and retailer Steinhoff (SHF)‚ earlier this week said that it intended to sell its finance unit to an international consumer finance group‚ adding that the deal‚ which did not include its insurance operations‚ had yet to be finalised.

By Colleen Goko 5 Sep 2014 15:39

FNB Business Innovation Awards launches
FNB Business Innovation Awards launches

FNB Business has launched its Business Innovation Awards, in partnership with Endeavor South Africa, to recognise and celebrate companies that continue to forge unique ways of doing business.

5 Sep 2014 13:38

Sanlam earnings up 27% in six months to June
Sanlam earnings up 27% in six months to June

Diversified life assurance and asset management group Sanlam lifted first-half headline earnings per share (HEPS) by 27% to 214.8c‚ the group announced.

5 Sep 2014 11:04

Nene assures South Africans their pensions are safe
Nene assures South Africans their pensions are safe

Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene has called on South Africans to refrain from cashing in their provident fund savings when they resign or change jobs, adding that rumours that their retirement savings are under threat were "false".

5 Sep 2014 08:34

Sefa gives R800m to 40,000 small businesses
Sefa gives R800m to 40,000 small businesses

The Small Enterprise Finance Agency (Sefa) has funded over 40,000 small and medium enterprises over the past year, says the organisation's Chief Executive, Thakhani Makhuva.

4 Sep 2014 08:53

Debt-ridden consumers welcome fuel price drop
Debt-ridden consumers welcome fuel price drop

The drop in fuel price today of 67 cents will offer some relief to the deeply indebted South African consumers who collectively owe around R1.44 trillion.

3 Sep 2014 15:33

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