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In September 2002, the Registrar of Banks placed the management responsibilities of this once proud bank (Saambou Bank) in the hands of a curator.
The spotlight of the Nugent Commission’s hearings will again focus on the controversial South African Revenue Service's human resources head, Luther Lebelo, and the law firm he allegedly used to purge senior staff members.
President Cyril Ramaphosa’s investment envoy, Phumzile Langeni, has said that investors wanted South Africa to lead the recovery of the country's economy ahead of the Presidential Investment Summit this week.
Clover Industries’ share price surged by more than 19 percent on Friday after the group announced that it had entered into talks with a third party with the intention of acquiring the entire issued share capital of the dairy company.
Siyabonga Gama has been fired as group chief executive officer of Transnet, the state-owned freight and rail company confirmed on Sunday.
A hearing in the court case between MTN and Nigeria’s central bank in a dispute over the alleged transfer of $8.1 billion (R116bn) of funds by the telecoms firm, has been set for October 30, a lawyer for MTN said on Friday.
A South African business delegation of 38 agro-processing companies has arrived in France on a mission to explore new markets at the 27th Salon International de l’alimentation (SIAL) international food innovation exhibition in Paris from October 21 to 25, the trade and industry department (dti) said on Sunday.
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