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Marcus Swanepoel, co-founder and CEO of Luno
Naspers, RMI sell their Luno stakes to international investorArticle

Naspers and Rand Merchant Investment Holdings (RMI) have sold their stakes in the South Africa-founded cryptocurrency exchange, Luno...

10 Sep 2020

#OrchidsandOnions: Walk in these slippers
#OrchidsandOnions: Walk in these slippersArticle

Reach for a Dream: this campaign should touch your heart; Santam's false claims leave its customers crying 'onion' tears...

Brendan Seery 18 Aug 2020

The death of a shareholder: what happens next?
The death of a shareholder: what happens next?Article

A shareholder can be defined as a person, whether natural or juristic, who owns shares or stock in a company. But what happens when a shareholder dies? Our attorneys explain the legal process...

Issued by Abrahams & Gross 24 Jun 2020

7 creative survival tips for your small business
7 creative survival tips for your small businessArticle

Some of the lockdown regulations are easing, but for many business owners, survival remains uncertain. Will you make it through intact?

Douglas Kruger 27 May 2020

Understanding small business financing
Understanding small business financingArticle

If you are needing to raise finance for your business, it is best to start by getting to grips with the financing landscape...

Darlene Menzies 2 Dec 2019

A.G. Sanders with penicillin extraction equipment. Image reproduced with permission of the Sir William Dunn School of Pathology, University of Oxford, Author provided
Big Pharma has failed: the antibiotic pipeline needs to be taken under public ownershipArticle

Antibiotics are among the most important medicines known to humankind, but we are running out of this crucial resource...

Claas Kirchhelle, Adam Roberts & Andrew Singer 20 Nov 2019

Rob Bergman
Life beyond the JSE for small cap companiesArticle

Apparently as many as 35 companies have terminated their listings on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) from January 2018 to August this year, with 10% of small capitalised (small cap) companies placed under cautionary notice or in the process of discussing buyouts or share buybacks...

Rob Bergman 22 Oct 2019

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Ndalo Media no more, come 2019Article

NEWSWATCH: News has broken that Khanyi Dhlomo's Ndalo Media will shut its doors for good on 31 January 2019, with its web presence lingering until March 2019.

13 Dec 2018

Why African startups are now on the acquisition trail
Why African startups are now on the acquisition trailArticle

Investments in African startups are on the up year-on-year, with funding flooding into a variety of countries and a large selection of sectors...

Tom Jackson 20 Jun 2018

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Do you speak creativity?Article

"Doing stand-up in Poland." This is a phrase that we used to say at an agency I use to work at many years ago. It referred to a bad meeting with a client that involved a creative presentation...

Damon Stapleton 13 Jun 2018

BMI Healthcare hospital
Netcare to restructure UK businessArticle

Netcare planned to restructure its UK business after buying out minority shareholders...

22 Nov 2017

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Verimark bets on home run this ChristmasArticle

Verimark - the company behind Bauer pans and Shogun knifesets - is betting on its "best Christmas ever" after introducing a raft of new products.

Giulietta Talevi 13 Oct 2017

Tribunal ruling blow to HCI restructuring
Tribunal ruling blow to HCI restructuringArticle

The plans of Hosken Consolidated Investment's (HCI) to restructure gaming assets held in two of its subsidiaries, Tsogo Sun and Niveus, were thrown into disarray on Tuesday following a ruling by the Competition Tribunal...

Ann Crotty 14 Sep 2017

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Trastuzumab and the high cost of cancer treatmentArticle

It seems cruel that drugs that can save the lives of thousands of cancer sufferers are so prohibitively expensive...

Nicci Botha 21 Jun 2017

Jitter over Shoprite deal
Jitter over Shoprite dealArticle

Six weeks into the new year, the big question dominating chatter in the investment community is this: will SA's wealthiest man be allowed to vote his shares...

Ann Crotty 13 Feb 2017

The rise of the sharing economy in urban transport
The rise of the sharing economy in urban transportArticle

The rise of the sharing economy is mainly due to the saturation of markets and exorbitant pricing models...

31 Jan 2017

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JSE firmer on banks as retailers find support from ShopriteArticle

The JSE opened firmer on Wednesday on stronger banks and mixed retailers, led by Shoprite, after both sectors were softer on Tuesday due to a stronger pound...

Maarten Mittner 18 Jan 2017

Why Whitey quit
Why Whitey quitArticle

Chemistry between Wiese and Basson has driven Shoprite to current position

Ann Crotty 4 Nov 2016

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BAT's Reynolds offer seen as a smart growth moveArticle

Local analysts have welcomed British American Tobacco's (BAT's) $47bn bid to buy out the minority shareholders in US tobacco group Reynolds, which would increase BAT's exposure to the US market and to higher-growth emerging markets in the Middle East, Asia and Africa...

Colleen Goko 25 Oct 2016

How to protect your business from the effects of a divorce
How to protect your business from the effects of a divorceArticle

To prevent your business from crumbling upon separation from your partner, there are a few smart steps you need to take...

Issued by Naija Writers’ Coach 20 Sep 2016

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Steinhoff buys controlling stake in PoundlandArticle

Steinhoff confirmed on Wednesday it is the mystery buyer of a controlling stake in UK retailer Poundland...

Robert Laing 17 Jun 2016

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Distell share surges on sell-off rulingArticle

The Distell share price has surged 6% since the Competition Commission ruled that SABMiller had to sell its 27% stake in the cider and spirits group...

Ann Crotty 3 Jun 2016

KWV & Cola.
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Vasari has big ambitions for KWVArticle

The new controlling shareholder of liquor group KWV Holdings will have its work cut out to fortify profits in the brandy sector...

Marc Hasenfuss 1 Jun 2016

Private media struggle against Africa's state-owned Goliaths
Private media struggle against Africa's state-owned GoliathsArticle

Can the rise of private media in Africa scale back the dominance of state-owned media on the continent?

Sulemana Braimah 3 May 2016

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Cautionaries spark talk that HCI may offload KWVArticle

Rumours are swirling that empowerment conglomerate Hosken Consolidated Investments could sell its controlling stake in wine and brandy producer KWV Holdings...

Marc Hasenfuss 20 Apr 2016

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ABF sweetens its offer to buy out Illovo shareholdersArticle

Shareholders in sugar group Illovo have managed to draw a more palatable buyout offer from majority shareholder Associated British Foods...

Marc Hasenfuss 11 Apr 2016

Sovereign blocks rival in BEE scheme
Sovereign blocks rival in BEE schemeArticle

Poultry group Sovereign Food Investments has tweaked its controversial black economic empowerment (BEE) deal, thereby saving a bundle in costs and precluding a competitor from "grossly abusing" an appraisal rights mechanism...

Marc Hasenfuss 10 Feb 2016

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Inside Sun City's R800m makeoverArticle

Sun International's resort town of Sun City in the North West province is in for a R800m makeover. The group aims to restore its status as a popular destination...

Reitumetse Pitso 21 Dec 2015

Tanya Lochner
Role of buy and sell agreement in estate planningArticle

This article focuses on a buy and sell agreement as an exit strategy where there are two or more partners in a business...

Tanya Lochner 28 Sep 2015

Watch out for buy-outs
Watch out for buy-outsArticle

Consumers should be wary of contract buy-outs, check the small print and be sceptical about the 'sweeteners' attached to any offer, says Aki Kalliatakis...

22 Jul 2015

BEE just not sustainable, says Gumede
BEE just not sustainable, says GumedeArticle

Robert Gumede, the charismatic businessman who owns struggling technology company Gijima AST, says the black empowerment of today "is not sustainable"...

Giulietta Talevi 12 May 2015

Second buyout as Zeder makes bid for Capespan
Second buyout as Zeder makes bid for CapespanArticle

PSG-aligned agribusiness investor Zeder yesterday, 8 April 2015, confirmed persistent market whispers about its intention to buy out minority shareholders in R7bn-a-year fruit exporting giant Capespan...

Marc Hasenfuss 9 Apr 2015

Adrian Hewlett
[Trends 2015] The acquisition spreeArticle

Mergers and acquisitions of agencies across the digital, media and FMCG industry in South Africa continued unabated in 2014 and has revealed a much changed industry landscape for 2015...

Adrian Hewlett 8 Jan 2015

Country Bird's first KFC outlet in Zimbabwe
Country Bird's first KFC outlet in ZimbabweArticle

Poultry group Country Bird Holdings (CBH) has finally got its first KFC outlet up and running in Zimbabwe...

Marc Hasenfuss 12 Sep 2014

[Biz Takeouts Podcast] 104: Mike Wronski, Fred Roed and Oresti Patricios
[Biz Takeouts Podcast] 104: Mike Wronski, Fred Roed and Oresti PatriciosArticle

On the last Biz Takeouts Marketing and Media Radio show, host Warren Harding chatted to Mike Wronski, Fred Roed and Oresti Patricios... [twitterfall]

4 Sep 2014

Pick n Pay has no intention to buy out shared stores
Pick n Pay has no intention to buy out shared storesArticle

Buying out its franchisees is a move that has paid off handsomely for Woolworths, which went on to build a roaring multibillion-rand food business.

Zeenat Moorad 22 Aug 2014

Telkom's offer for BCX presented to shareholders
Telkom's offer for BCX presented to shareholdersArticle

Business Connexion (BCX) sent its shareholders a firm offer from Telkom to buy out the group at R6.60 per share‚ valuing the information technology group at about R2.7bn.

Samuel Mungadze 15 Jul 2014

TFG, Standard Bank to sell RCS
TFG, Standard Bank to sell RCSArticle

BNP Paribas Personal Finance, a subsidiary of BNP Paribas, one of the largest banking groups in the world, has made an offer to the Foschini Group (TFG) and Standard Bank to buy out the TFG cards and financial services business, RCS for R2.65 billion.

11 Apr 2014

Solving social challenges in townships
Solving social challenges in townshipsArticle

Until recently, no other outdoor advertising media business model has benefitted the consumer and their community directly such as community-centric mural outdoor advertising.

Banele Rewo 10 Apr 2014

Sol Kerzner out as Dubai buys stake in Kerzner International
Sol Kerzner out as Dubai buys stake in Kerzner InternationalArticle

The Investment Corporation of Dubai (ICD) has bought "significant" equity interest in Kerzner International Holdings‚ the international developer and operator of luxury hotels and resorts‚ from the Kerzner family and other institutional investors.

7 Apr 2014

Vodafone India buys spectrum licences for £1.9bn
Vodafone India buys spectrum licences for £1.9bnArticle

LONDON, UK: Vodafone's Indian division has bought spectrum licences for £1.9bn tapping deeper into emerging markets amid tough trade in Europe.

17 Feb 2014

Challenges to a makeoverArticle

Bain will probably be a part of the business for many years to come...

5 Jul 2013

New technology products sparks rebrandArticle

Action Cameras has rebranded itself to Action Gear after adding outdoor and sporting technology products to its range of helmet cameras and accessories. Its new tag line, "Life begins where the tar ends", sums up its new offerings.

20 Jun 2013

Times Media strikes deal with Pearsons on BDFM stake sale
Times Media strikes deal with Pearsons on BDFM stake saleArticle

Times Media Group (TMG) has reached an agreement with Pearson Overseas Holdings to acquire Pearson's 50% shareholding in BDFM Publishers‚ the company announced on Monday.

16 Apr 2013

Ethnic hair care goes natural
Ethnic hair care goes naturalArticle

Johannah Moriti has established the first cosmetic company in South Africa to manufacture natural chemical-free products that don't alter the structure of ethnic hair.

Wilma den Hartigh 8 Feb 2013

No plans to list HomeChoiceArticle

Direct marketing retailer HomeChoice, which delisted from the JSE in 2003, has shelved its planned relisting.

9 Nov 2012

Assupol signs deal with women's groupArticle

Demutualised insurer Assupol signed a deal with Women's Development Businesses Investment Holding (WDBIH) last week‚ a transaction that will see the insurer issuing a 10% stake for R30m.

Phakamisa Ndzamela 18 Oct 2012

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