CAPE TOWN – Good morning. This is all the latest business news that you need to know today.
The clean-up in struggling state-owned companies has claimed its latest victim with arms manufacturer Denel pulling the trigger on its controversial chief financial officer Odwa Mhlwana.
The City of Cape Town’s R429.47 million high court civil damages claim against listed construction groups WBHO, Aveng and Stefanutti Stocks related to collusion and bid-rigging on the Cape Town Stadium has been set down to be heard in 2020.
Net1 UEPS Technologies' loss of the lucrative contract to distribute billions of rand to social grants recipients and its poor financial reporting on Friday came back to bite the firm, its stock plunging 46 percent.
Fast Foods and other retail operators in Zimbabwe, among them KFC and OK Zimbabwe, have re-opened outlets they had closed down a month ago when the country's economy tipped down, hammered by rising operational costs and shortages of fuel and other raw materials.
Some of the North West municipalities implicated in the VBS Mutual Bank scandal have ignored directives to act against their municipal managers and chief financial officers who invested millions into the controversial bank without council approval.
Unlicensed foreign currency traders in Zimbabwe face up to 10 years in jail if convicted and loss of their money and assets when new exchange control rules are published this week, a senior government official said yesterday.
Absa, First National Bank, Nedbank and Standard Bank from inception in 2016 have issued 168 724 smart ID cards and 152 261 passports by August, according to the Department of Home Affairs.
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