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Sagarmatha Technologies, the multi-sided digital platform company in the Sekunjalo investment group, has applied to the South African Reserve Bank for an offshore listing, Sekunjalo chairperson Dr Iqbal Survé said yesterday.
Amazon is reportedly working on launching a free, ad-supported music streaming service according to Billboard.
United Democratic Movement leader General Bantu Holomisa yesterday insisted that the relationship between the directors of Lebashe Investment, Harish General Practitioners and Harith Fund Managers raised serious questions on the conflict of interest.
Fitch Solutions, a unit of the Fitch Group, yesterday warned that South Africa’s high level of unemployment would continue to weigh on private consumption and real gross domestic product (GDP) growth in 2019.
JSE-listed EOH Holdings surged more than 23 percent on the JSE yesterday, ahead of its much-anticipated annual results today, shaking off the disappointing trading update released by the technology services company last week.
Google has announced that applications are open for the next round of Google Africa Certifications Scholarships.
A senior official in the Office of the Master of the High Court in Pretoria is a close friend of the liquidators of the ill-fated Pamodzi Estate and the lawyer who represented them.
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