CAPE TOWN – Good morning. This is all the latest business news that you need to know today.
Disgraced consulting firm Bain & Company has vehemently denied that it wilfully sabotaged the South African Revenue Services (Sars) for its own narrow selfish interest.
Pharmaceutical manufacturers welcomed Minister Motsoaledi’s announcement of a 3.78 percent SEP increase for 2019, compared with a 1.2 percent in 2018.
Panda Security’s Annual Report 2018 analyses data gathered by the organisation’s anti-malware research facility – PandaLabs, to present insights into major attacks and makes predictions for 2019.
Nedbank on Tuesday announced that it had concluded the odd-lot offer to shareholders who owned less than 100 Nedbank ordinary shares.
Bringing together South African and International business people alongside the Intra-Africa Trade Fair held in Cairo, the breakfast aimed to highlight the variety of investment and tourism opportunities in KwaZulu-Natal.
Nigeria’s Access Bank Plc agreed to take over struggling local rival Diamond Bank Plc in a deal worth about $200 million that would create the nation’s biggest lender by assets. Both companies’ shares rose.
Twitter said in a blog that it discovered suspicious traffic to a customer-support forum while investigating a security bug that exposed data.
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