SA no longer puts up with shoddy products
SA no longer puts up with shoddy products

Exploding electronic game boxes, melting cellphones, ill-fitting paint-stripper bottle lids, lethal kitchen appliances and faulty cars. For years South Africans have borne the brunt of manufacturers' product faults, but not anymore.

By Graeme Hosken 3 days ago

What are the legal implications of your company's social media use?
What are the legal implications of your company's social media use?

Reputations have been ruined on social media. Recently there has been an upsurge in the number of businesses, educational institutions, government officials and private citizens who have discovered, to their cost, that what they or their employees say online can have serious consequences.

Issued by LexisNexis 3 days ago

Discovery gets bank licence
Discovery gets bank licence

Discovery Bank has become the second new bank to obtain a licence from SA's banking regulators as the market is opened to new competitors for the first time in almost two decades.

By Hilary Joffe 17 Oct 2017