Dr Judy Dlamini will step down from Anglo American as non-executive director to devote more time to as chair of Mbekani Group.
Public Enterprises Minister Lynne Brown intervenes amid public row between the Treasury and Eskom.
The CEO of Net 1 UEPS Technologies isn’t concerned about the outcome of a court case that could stop deductions for services from state-funded grants.
Eskom wants to meet the Department of Energy to re-evaluate the need for independent power producers before signing further agreements.
Logistics and mobility company Super Group expects the operating profit contribution of its non-South African businesses to head towards 70 percent.
Rebosis has concluded an agreement for the disposal of three Johannesburg properties to the Southern Palace Group of Companies.
State-owned mining company African Exploration Mining and Finance Corporation wants to raise R3.5 billion to be able to expand its portfolio.
Listed property fund Texton on Monday reported a 9.4% increase in total dividends to 103.63c in the year to June.
Vukile, Arrowhead and Synergy have reached an agreement on a transaction that will result in Vukile becoming a mainly retail fund.
Oakbay has yet to formally inform Eskom, its biggest customer for coal, of the Gupta family’s plans to sell local assets.
The Bidvest Group managed to shake off tough market conditions in the southern African region and reported a 3% increase ...
The saga around the National Treasury’s investigation into Eskom’s coal contracts has taken another turn.
Eskom and the Treasury have clashed over a probe into coal contracts between the utility and a company linked to the Guptas.
Embattled national carrier SAA needs long-term funding to be used for capital expenditure and to help manage outstanding debt.
Banks, law firms and accountants are lining up for about $2bn in fees and expenses from AB InBev’s takeover of SABMiller.