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The proposed new state-owned bank - another bloodsucking SOE leech?
The proposed new state-owned bank - another bloodsucking SOE leech?Article

On 12 March 2021, the minister of communications and digital technologies published the proposed South African Postbank SOC LTD Amendment Bill...

1 day ago

Growthpoint Investec African Properties undergoes rebrand
Growthpoint Investec African Properties undergoes rebrandArticle

Growthpoint Investec African Properties Limited has been rebranded to Lango Real Estate Limited...

30 Apr 2021

Marikana mine. Image: Sibanye-Stillwater
Sibanye-Stillwater restructures Lonmin B-BBEE arrangementArticle

Sibanye-Stillwater has restructured the heavily indebted broad-based black economic empowerment (B-BBEE) structure it inherited when it bought Lonmin in 2019...

15 Apr 2021

#StartupFunding101: Capital funding and the fund raising basics
#StartupFunding101: Capital funding and the fund raising basicsArticle

Antonia Bothner, Endeavor South Africa Capital Markets Lead and Fundraising Lead at Endeavor Harvest Fund, uncovers the basics of capital funding and how to access it...

Evan-Lee Courie 12 Apr 2021

4Racing announces chair, provides update for SA horse racing
4Racing announces chair, provides update for SA horse racingArticle

4Racing is delighted to announce the appointment of Mxolisi Zwane as chairperson, effective from 1 April 2021...

Issued by Ninety9cents 6 Apr 2021

Australian mining executive Mark Caruso, in the snake-skin boots, at a community meeting in Lutzville in February 2019. Archive photo: John Yeld
Aussie mining company fires Mark Caruso as CEOArticle

Australian venture capitalist Mark Caruso, who is suing six South Africans for alleged defamation relating to his mining interests in the country, has been fired...

6 Apr 2021

Herbert Wegwe, CEO, Access Bank
Sarb gives Grobank, Access Bank deal the nodArticle

The Prudential Authority of the South African Reserve Bank has approved Access Bank's acquisition of the controlling interest in Grobank...

29 Mar 2021

Acquisition of Avroy Shlain brings beauty company back to SA
Acquisition of Avroy Shlain brings beauty company back to SAArticle

Trinitas Equity Partners, together with its partners, has acquired the South African beauty company, Avroy Shlain...

25 Mar 2021

Motivating your team when the traditional reward levers aren't available
Motivating your team when the traditional reward levers aren't availableArticle

What measures and incentives can be offered when some of the traditional carrot-stick motivators aren't available? Asks Lumminos MD Julia Kerr Henkel...

Julia Kerr Henkel, Issued by Lumminos 25 Mar 2021

RCL in joint venture to scale plant-based food market in Africa
RCL in joint venture to scale plant-based food market in AfricaArticle

RCL Foods and US plant-based food collective Livekindly Collective have established a local plant-based joint venture, Livekindly Collective Africa...

18 Mar 2021

#Newsmaker: Uyanda Manana joins Conversation Lab in grassroots ownership deal
#Newsmaker: Uyanda Manana joins Conversation Lab in grassroots ownership dealArticle

In August last year, Uyanda Manana joined Conversation Lab from sister agency, BE, in a merger and grassroots ownership deal...

Jessica Tennant 16 Feb 2021

MTN to sell stake in Belgacom Carrier Services SA for R1.8bn
MTN to sell stake in Belgacom Carrier Services SA for R1.8bnArticle

MTN recently announced that it has finalised an agreement to sell its 20% shareholding in Belgacom International Carrier Services SA (Bics) to Proximus NV/SA...

10 Feb 2021

CCBSA expands B-BBEE employee share ownership scheme
CCBSA expands B-BBEE employee share ownership schemeArticle

Coca-Cola Beverages South Africa has increased its B-BBEE ownership to a revised 20% target, with a significant worker ownership component...

8 Feb 2021

Ensuring 'proper fitness' of significant owners of insurers in 2021
Ensuring 'proper fitness' of significant owners of insurers in 2021Article

The Financial Sector Conduct Authority and the Prudential Authority published Joint Standard 1 of 2020 on 1 June 2020, which sets out the requirements for fitness, proprietary and other matters related to 'significant owners', as defined and introduced by the Financial Sector Regulation Act...

Christine Rodrigues 4 Feb 2021

What you should know about the amended South African Exchange Control Rules
What you should know about the amended South African Exchange Control RulesArticle

On 4 January 2021, the South African Reserve Bank released Exchange Control Circular No. 1/2021 which provides for the long-awaited relaxation of the South African exchange control rules relating to "loop" structures and investments...

Cor Kraamwinkel, Keith Veitch and Sean Franken 13 Jan 2021

Paul Kent, CEO at Adumo
Adumo buys point-of-sale company GaapArticle

Gaap will become an Adumo company but will continue to operate independently under its existing brand...

1 Dec 2020

Joe Public named FM AdFocus Large Agency of the Year 2020
Joe Public named FM AdFocus Large Agency of the Year 2020Article

Joe Public United have closed out the 2020 'awards season' by once again proudly taking home another Agency of the Year accolade, this time at the 31st annual Financial Mail AdFocus Awards...

Issued by Joe Public United 27 Nov 2020

More growth at Joe
More growth at JoeArticle

At Joe Public United, growing our people is at the centre of our growth purpose. It feeds the growth of our product, which, in turn, feeds the growth of our clients, which, ultimately, feeds the growth of our country...

Issued by Joe Public United 11 Nov 2020

Checkers deal with Farmer Angus Eggs boosts black-owned regenerative agriculture
Checkers deal with Farmer Angus Eggs boosts black-owned regenerative agricultureArticle

In a recent drive to upskill and empower his farmworkers, regenerative livestock farmer Angus McIntosh sold 85% of his egg business to some of his former employees...

2 Nov 2020

Pitfalls to avoid when co-purchasing property with family
Pitfalls to avoid when co-purchasing property with familyArticle

While multi-generational living arrangements has always been common among certain cultures, it is in most cases a financial decision rather than a preference, according to Shaun Dubois of Just Property...

27 Oct 2020

Growing our Joes
Growing our JoesArticle

It gives us great pleasure to announce the promotions of the following Joe Publicans into their new expanded roles within the agency group...

Issued by Joe Public United 22 Oct 2020

Nomalungelo Gina, deputy trade minister
The economic impact of frontingArticle

Companies that are fronting and misrepresenting their Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment (B-BBEE) status is harming South Africa's transformation agenda...

21 Oct 2020

South Africa’s east and west coastlines have some of the world’s richest, unexploited, naturally occurring heavy mineral sands. Shutterstock
South African community wins right to access mining application. But who will win the war?Article

South African law states that mineral resources are the common heritage of all the country's people. The state is the custodian of these resources for the benefit of all citizens...

Tracy-Lynn Field 14 Oct 2020

Relaxation of loop structures - but at what tax cost?
Relaxation of loop structures - but at what tax cost?Article

The envisaged future relaxation of the prohibition on loop structures will be accompanied by amended tax laws, but current proposals are likely to result in more tax on certain structures...

Nola Brown, Anne Bennett & Cor Kraamwinkel 23 Sep 2020

Image: JSE
JSE guidance on effective communication with investorsArticle

The JSE has identified focus areas for listed companies to consider when raising capital to weather the Covid-19 crisis, including the amount of information they need to disclose...

Colin du Toit & Elodie Maume 21 Sep 2020

Can Huawei survive the US sanctions?
Can Huawei survive the US sanctions?Article

"A deadly blow to the Chinese tech champion" is how CNN described the sanctions announced on August 17 by the US Commerce Department...

Jean-Paul Michel Larçon 3 Sep 2020

Comair confirms publication of a business rescue plan
Comair confirms publication of a business rescue planArticle

The turnaround plan is focused on rationalising operating costs and growing ancillary revenue...

3 Sep 2020

#WomensMonth: Zubeida Goolam, co-founder of Brandtruth//DGTL
#WomensMonth: Zubeida Goolam, co-founder of Brandtruth//DGTLArticle

In many fields, women entrepreneurs are leading the way. In the digital marketing industry, one woman who started her business alongside her partner, is Zubeida Goolam...

21 Aug 2020

Sale price of Burger King SA renegotiated due to impact of Covid-19
Sale price of Burger King SA renegotiated due to impact of Covid-19Article

Grand Parade Investments has renegotiated the terms of the sale of its Burger King SA licence, after the Covid-19 pandemic and related lockdown shaved off R100m in value...

31 Jul 2020

New landmark shopping centre opens for trade in Cape Town
New landmark shopping centre opens for trade in Cape TownArticle

The 6,500m2 fully-let Richmond Corner shopping centre in Cape Town opened its doors this month. It is also part of Richmond Park, an 84ha site that is part of a milestone land restitution settlement...

30 Jul 2020

Akinwumi Adesina leads a bank that has the USA as its second largest shareholder. CGIAR/Wikimedia Commons, CC BY-NC-SA
Independence is at the heart of the African Development Bank's ability to be effectiveArticle

Independence is a cardinal pillar for organisations that are set up to deliver a public good. Their success depends on it...

Kalu Ojah 13 Jul 2020

Income Tax Act: Clarity on distribution of unlisted shares
Income Tax Act: Clarity on distribution of unlisted sharesArticle

The South African Revenue Service (Sars) recently released Binding General Ruling 54 (BGR 54), which deals with the unbundling of unlisted shares and the impact on non-qualifying shareholders...

Denny Da Silva 29 Jun 2020

Board members - Joe Public United. Image supplied.
Joe Public United has just become the largest black-owned independent agency in SAArticle

Joe Public United has announced that 60% of the company has been acquired by black shareholders...

17 Jun 2020

Waterberg Development Project
Implats won't increase its stake in Waterberg projectArticle

The board of Implats has elected not to exercise the current option arrangement to acquire up to 50.1% from the joint venture (JV) partners in the Waterberg Development Project. It will, however, retain its 15% ownership in the project...

17 Jun 2020

Bob Adams via
Comair's business rescue practitioners outline planArticle

Comair is unlikely to start operating again before November this year, notwithstanding the easing of restrictions on air travel as the airline requires a substantial cash injection...

3 Jun 2020

Remember to issue shares when converting a CC to a private company
Remember to issue shares when converting a CC to a private companyArticle

Since the passing of the Companies Act, 2008 (Companies Act) in May 2011 it is no longer possible to register a close corporation (CC). However, the Companies Act allows a CC that existed prior to 1 May 2011 to continue to exist or to convert to a private company...

Raphael Chitambira 6 May 2020

CA&S Group acquires an equity shareholding in MACmobile
CA&S Group acquires an equity shareholding in MACmobileArticle

CA&S Group, a parent company that specialises in the FMCG industry, has acquired a 47% shareholding in MACmobile, a provider of end-to-end cloud-based FMCG value chain solutions...

29 Apr 2020

Why the SA mining Industry needs a regulatory lifeline
Why the SA mining Industry needs a regulatory lifelineArticle

The mining industry is a significant contributor to South Africa's GDP. It is also a substantial employer. As a net-exporter of minerals, the mining industry is also a source of foreign currency, putting healthy pressure on the exchange rate...

Wessel Badenhorst, 20 Apr 2020

What does life after lockdown look like for business?
What does life after lockdown look like for business?Article

The global Covid-19 pandemic has made its presence felt in South African retail and consumer-focused businesses...

3 Apr 2020

R200m set aside for entrepreneurs to fight Covid-19
R200m set aside for entrepreneurs to fight Covid-19Article

As South Africa enters the nation-wide lockdown, black entrepreneurs can look forward to funding of between R500,000 and R10 million in concessionary loans...

27 Mar 2020

B-BBEE Commission welcomes court decision on fronting
B-BBEE Commission welcomes court decision on frontingArticle

The Broad Based Black Economic Empowerment (B-BBEE) Commission has welcomed a court decision to dismiss an application that would see it not performing its functions...

24 Mar 2020

Paul Pryor, Aon global mining practice leader
Getting to grips with mining insurance ratesArticle

The South African mining industry is facing a unique set of challenges in the form of the cost and unreliability of electricity supply, disruption and destruction of equipment, an unstable regulatory and legal framework in addition the coronavirus black swan event...

Paul Pryor 20 Mar 2020

Draft regulations on ownership and control in the communications sector
Draft regulations on ownership and control in the communications sectorArticle

Icasa has published its long-awaited draft regulations on ownership and control in the telecommunications and broadcasting sectors, for public comment...

Livia Dyer 20 Feb 2020

Sarb to shed African Bank shareholding
Sarb to shed African Bank shareholdingArticle

The South African Reserve Bank (Sarb) is looking for a transaction advisor to assist it in selling off its shareholding in African Bank...

14 Feb 2020

Minerals Minister, Gwede Mantashe in conversation with Errol Smart, CEO, Orion Minerals
#MiningIndaba2020: Will Mining Charter III benefit junior miners?Article

Junior mining is a relatively new concept in South Africa, and is often confused with illegal mining or artisanal mining, but they are, in fact, new entrant small and medium size enterprises...

Nicci Botha 5 Feb 2020

Edcon sells CNA chain to Astoria Investments
Edcon sells CNA chain to Astoria InvestmentsArticle

Edcon has sold South African newsagent and stationery chain CNA to a consortium headed by JSE-listed Astoria Investments...

4 Feb 2020

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