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6 tips for retailers to manage their cash safely this Easter
6 tips for retailers to manage their cash safely this EasterArticle

The Easter weekend and upcoming school and public holidays are an important trading season for retailers, but they also often see crimes against retail businesses soar...

26 Mar 2021

Tap, tap, tap and grow
Tap, tap, tap and growArticle

It has been a year of reckoning: a year that lit a fire beneath online payments in South Africa, transforming e-commerce while creating immense economic pressure...

Karen Nadasen 22 Dec 2020

Andrew Harding and Sara Bux
Finding opportunity in crisisArticle

Despite Covid-19 creating so much existential risk and uncertainty, or perhaps because of it, management accountants are well positioned to differentiate themselves and help their organisations prepare for an uncertain future as lockdowns are lifted...

Andrew Harding & Sara Bux 27 May 2020

How can tech CEOs win when the path is uncertain?
How can tech CEOs win when the path is uncertain?Article

"Uncertainty is the new normal for today's business leaders, especially in the technology world where evolution - and even reinvention - is expected on a daily basis"...

19 Feb 2020

Cash logistics becomes fully automated
Cash logistics becomes fully automatedArticle

With South Africa predominantly a cash-driven country, cash logistics is without a doubt a main artery of our economy...

5 Apr 2019

Zweli Mkhize, cooperative governance and traditional affairs (CoGTA) minister
Multiple probes to hold VBS perpetrators accountableArticle

CoGTA Minister Zweli Mkhize says a number of investigations have been launched with the aim of bringing those responsible for unlawfully investing municipal funds with VBS, to book...

6 Sep 2018

Tiso Blackstar responds to "misleading reports" by Independent Media
Tiso Blackstar responds to "misleading reports" by Independent MediaArticle

Tiso Blackstar Group has clarified its position, that it is in fact performing well and ahead of expectations, following what it calls misleading reporting by Independent Media...

19 Apr 2018

Barclays Accelerator.
Why African banks must work with fintech startupsArticle

The need for African banks to innovate at a quicker pace and access new customer segments is behind the increasing number of financial institutions partnering with or investing in fintech startups...

Tom Jackson 13 Apr 2018

Tailored medical distribution software launched
Tailored medical distribution software launchedArticle

SAP Business One partner, Bluekey Seidor, has introduced a software solution tailored for the medical distribution industry...

6 Sep 2017

Why long-range cash flow forecasts are so important for businesses
Why long-range cash flow forecasts are so important for businessesArticle

It's fantastic that you know creatively where you want to take your company, but a cash flow forecast will make sure you've always got the funds to get you there...

Boris Dzhingarov, Issued by Monetary Library 3 Nov 2016

Jeremy Potgieter
Why Africa needs the industrial revolution that is the Internet of ThingsArticle

The Internet of Things (IoT ) will change the African landscape of data communications...

21 Oct 2016

The turbulent fortunes of the SA mining industry
The turbulent fortunes of the SA mining industryArticle

South Africa's mining industry is still wallowing in the doldrums, with 2016 pegged as another difficult year...

29 Sep 2016

Ericsson, Grundfos launch drinking water 'ATMs'
Ericsson, Grundfos launch drinking water 'ATMs'Article

Ericsson, Grundfos have established a partnership to provide water ATMs that dispenses water and supports sustainable water management...

23 Sep 2016

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Cashless revenue collection solution for KenyaArticle

Ingenico Group deploys a cashless revenue collection solution in Kenya...

25 Apr 2016

Awethu Project offers 22-week business incubator programme
Awethu Project offers 22-week business incubator programmeArticle

To counter the growing unemployment and slow growth of the South African economy, Awethu Project has launched a new initiative, calling South Africa's young entrepreneurs to apply to participate in its 22-week business incubator programme...

16 Feb 2016

Accountants can quell challenges facing SMEs
Accountants can quell challenges facing SMEsArticle

Faith Ngwenya, acting CEO of the South African Institute of Professional Accountants (SAIPA), says that three common challenges undermine the viability of small and medium enterprises...

28 Jan 2016

Franchisees must plan for a successful holiday boom time
Franchisees must plan for a successful holiday boom timeArticle

In a few short weeks, another year will draw to a close and thousands of South Africans will begin setting off for holiday destinations around the country. For franchise owners, especially those in the fast food business, their busiest and most lucrative time of the year awaits...

25 Nov 2015

Retailers bemoan cost of grant payouts
Retailers bemoan cost of grant payoutsArticle

Retailers want banks to share the pain of the congestion, costs and risk of crime associated with grant payouts, writes Zeenat Moorad...

17 Nov 2015

Retail safety in a world of malls
Retail safety in a world of mallsArticle

South Africa has an ever-increasing number of shopping malls. While they offer consumers convenience and retailers good volumes of foot traffic, safety risks are a significant concern that need to be carefully managed and can be mitigated by using the right tools...

Grant Dunnington 14 Aug 2015

Global banks: Where is the love?
Global banks: Where is the love?Article

With an increasing number of South African investors and their advisers looking offshore for investment opportunities, one sector to consider is global banks...

Lisa Haakman 15 Jul 2015

Importance of financial support for small businesses
Importance of financial support for small businessesArticle

Most banks feel it is important to find ways to give small and medium enterprises (SMEs) access to finance to increase the positive effect they have on the national economy...

22 May 2015

Cash on the premises equates to high risk
Cash on the premises equates to high riskArticle

Businesses should make use of new and advanced solutions to protect themselves when handling cash as they are increasingly exposed to risks, leading to the need for comprehensive insurance cover...

Kabir Dhupelia 15 May 2015

Opportunities in corporate mobile financial services
Opportunities in corporate mobile financial servicesArticle

A survey among 79 banks from around the world has has indicated that a user-centric approach which allows executives to choose their own device is fundamental to a bank's success in mobile corporate banking services...

30 Apr 2015

Seed Academy offers programme for developing entrepreneurs
Seed Academy offers programme for developing entrepreneursArticle

Seed Academy, the school for entrepreneurs has broadened its training offering from a focus on startups to developing entrepreneurs of small and micro businesses...

13 Mar 2015

Fidelity, Protea merger approved
Fidelity, Protea merger approvedArticle

The Competition Commission has approved with conditions the intermediate merger whereby Fidelity Cash Solutions and Fidelity Security Services intend to acquire several businesses from Protea Coin Group...

8 Jan 2015

Ensure financial foresight for the festive season
Ensure financial foresight for the festive seasonArticle

With the festive season approaching, fast food franchise owners should consider marketing special offers and promotions to encourage sales...

12 Nov 2014

Limpopo government powers restored
Limpopo government powers restoredArticle

National government has restored the powers of the Limpopo provincial government following a successful intervention to get that province back to good financial standing.

29 Jul 2014

Debtor's finance can assist SMEs
Debtor's finance can assist SMEsArticle

SMEs that are able to offer their clients more favourable credit payment terms are gaining a competitive edge within their industry, while those struggling to grow in the current economic environment need to employ financial solutions that are more resourceful.

Gary Palmer 4 Sep 2013

Taking paid parking into AfricaArticle

South African based parking management company, Interpark, a member of the Excellerate Property Services group, is focused on increasing its footprint into the continent. Currently it has over 240 contracts across South Africa, Swaziland and Botswana, with its first site in Namibia due to commence in November 2013.

21 Aug 2013

Reunert to curb costs as profits fall
Reunert to curb costs as profits fallArticle

Electronics group Reunert will continue to focus on "rigorous cost control and act with prudence" over the next six months‚ it said on Tuesday (21 May) when its results for the six months to March were released.

22 May 2013

East AFRITAC scales up activitiesArticle

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) Regional Technical Assistance Center for East Africa (East AFRITAC) has scaled up its support for member countries over the past year and continues to deliver capacity building that is relevant and effective.

12 Apr 2013

HQ tax benefits for JSE companies
HQ tax benefits for JSE companiesArticle

The National Treasury has extended the benefits of its headquarter tax regime to companies listed on the Johannesburg Securities Exchange.

Linda Ensor 1 Mar 2013

Cash continues its hold in South Africa
Cash continues its hold in South AfricaArticle

Beyond 2020, trends predicted include non-cash payment methods and removing the circulation of cash (and as a result guns and crime) from society, thus fulfilling the talk about becoming a cashless society.

19 Feb 2013

SAA wants its bond to 'fly'
SAA wants its bond to 'fly'Article

South African Airways (SAA) is testing the domestic debt market ahead of a planned bond issue to raise R1.5bn to ensure it has sufficient cash in the coming months while a task team devises a turnaround for the distressed carrier.

Nicky Smith 12 Feb 2013

Limpopo stable but more needs to be done - Gordhan
Limpopo stable but more needs to be done - GordhanArticle

CAPE TOWN: While inroads have been made in addressing some of the challenges facing the administration in Limpopo, more work still needs to be done to rectify the situation, says Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan.

Dennis Cruywagen 22 Nov 2012

High cash circulation growth adds to crime
High cash circulation growth adds to crimeArticle

Covering key matters at the 4th Annual AMC International Cash Handling & Security Forum 2012, Richard Phillips, MD of Cash Connect, focused on the pertinent topic of the importance of cash in the current South African economy.

21 Sep 2012

How to become a strong financial leaderArticle

African Accountants, CFOs and Financial Leaders will convene at the Sandton Convention Centre in Johannesburg on 16th October to discuss strategy and innovation and share knowledge on financial best practices.

Issued by Terrapinn Limited 20 Sep 2012

Denel restructures to improve corporate governanceArticle

Defence manufacturer, Denel, has initiated a realignment of companies in the group that will lead to savings, increased efficiencies and more effective corporate governance. The changes to Denel follow the appointment of Riaz Saloojee as new group CEO in November 2011.

21 Aug 2012

Melrose Arch hosts cash processing open day this week
Melrose Arch hosts cash processing open day this weekArticle

On Tuesday 17 July 2012 and Wednesday, Melrose Arch will host the Bidvest company, Global Payment Technologies (GPT), in an open day to integrate 12 of its suppliers in an exhibit on the latest trends in cash processing. Recycling of cash in both bank branches and retail stores will demonstrate how cash utilisation and movement can be optimised.

16 Jul 2012

SBV Services expand their operations into AfricaArticle

SBV Services, who has been providing its cash operations services to the Nigerian market for over five years, is also active in Lesotho with plans being afoot to extend its footprint further into Africa, including Uganda and Namibia.

10 Jul 2012

SBV Services open cash centres in Burgersfort and Louis TrichardtArticle

SBV Services have expanded their cash centre services by opening new centres in the towns of Burgersfort and Louis Trichardt in the Limpopo province. The launch of the two centres is part of the organisation's growth strategy, which entails introducing new and upgrading existing cash centres in high cash demand areas.

6 Jul 2012

Limpopo making progress - National TreasuryArticle

Limpopo's liquidity and solvency challenge has been solved and payments to suppliers have begun returning to normal, while a number of provincial departments that were last year placed under administration have been able to reduce overspending, the National Treasury told Parliament on Wednesday.

7 Jun 2012

ABSA plans to partner with SA Cities Network to manage finances
ABSA plans to partner with SA Cities Network to manage financesArticle

As a significant banker across all three tiers of government, Absa is in the final stages of establishing a partnership with an important inter-governmental relations platform - the South African Cities Network.

8 May 2012

ARB Holdings interim HEPS up 4% to 15.69cArticle

ARB Holdings, South Africa's largest independent distributor of electrical products, on Thursday (9 February 2012) reported a 4% increase in headline earnings per share from 15.07 cents to 15.69 cents for the six months ended December.

10 Feb 2012

The reason for parking fees pain
The reason for parking fees painArticle

Paying for parking at shopping centres has become the norm but, though the public has come to accept it as yet another grudge payment, little is known about how the fees are determined and why they even exist.

27 Jan 2012

Access to services still needs improvementArticle

PRETORIA: While access to basic services is improving, many South Africans are still waiting for municipal services, Deputy Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene said on Monday, 12 September 2011.

13 Sep 2011

CfC Stanbic Bank expands bulk mobile payments service in East AfricaArticle

The Standard Bank Group, which operates as CfC Stanbic Bank in Kenya, plans to replicate its bulk mobile payments service in its Tanzanian and Ugandan markets.

31 May 2011

Pick n Pay readies for battle
Pick n Pay readies for battleArticle

Bronwen Rohland, Pick n Pay's new marketing director, is a formidable operator. Credited with managing the group's R500m SAP implementation and its evolving supply chain strategy, she will now direct her energy towards marketing.

Sasha Planting 1 Nov 2010

African office for The Economist Group
African office for The Economist GroupArticle

The Economist Group, owner of the weekly newspaper, The Economist, and a leading source of analysis on international business and world affairs, has opened its first commercial office in sub-Saharan Africa this week in Sandton, Johannesburg, South Africa.

12 Aug 2010

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