Kevin Latter will join JP Morgan as joint senior country officer and head of Investment Banking for sub-Saharan Africa.
The JSE says quicker settlements on share dealing are part of enhancements aimed at increasing trade volumes and attracting foreign investors.
The SABC is consulting its lawyers about a ruling that it should withdraw a resolution not to show images of violent protests.
A bidding war between two companies to buy out the “hopelessly insolvent” Richard’s Bay-based Tata Steel KZN has been put to bed.
Msunduzi’s internal audit manager fails to convince a labour court that he should be back on the job.
Imperial Logistics buys a 70 percent stake in Sasfin Premier Logistics to create what it calls a formidable new player.
Anglo American Platinum says its first half earnings will be lower than initially anticipated.
Sibanye rallies after saying it will begin talks with unions on the future of its loss-making Cooke 4 underground mine.
Sibanye Gold has started talks with unions about cutting jobs at its loss-making Cooke 4 mine.
The losses at Sibanye’s Cooke 4 mine threatened the viability of the other three Cooke operations.
The Durban Labour Court orders a KwaZulu-Natal engineering company to pay more than R200 000 in unpaid wages.
Liberty Kenya is considering as many as 10 acquisition targets as part of its five-year strategy to increase its foothold ...
Sibanye Gold is entering into a consultation process over possible retrenchments at its loss-making Cooke 4 operation.
Edcon Holdings has received support from its bondholders and bank lenders to obtain R1.5bn in bridge financing.
Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan has a few weeks left before he tables the financial statements of SAA in Parliament.