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SA Home Loans (SAHL) chief executive Kevin Penwarden on Wednesday told the Public Investment Corporation (PIC) inquiry that businessperson Kholofelo Maponya never submitted any documentation for the R45 million he claimed he was owed for facilitating the R10 billion loan that SA Home Loans received from the PIC
South Africa’s largest general insurer, Santam, on Wednesday flagged that the first four months of 2019 were characterised by a number of significant or catastrophic events that had dented its net underwriting margins.
Sibanye-Stillwater on Wednesday announced the resignation of its board chairperson Sello Moloko, who will be replaced by Vincent Maphai.
Naspers shares gained 4 percent on the JSE on Wednesday as the media and internet giant, which is the JSE’s biggest listing by assets, said it hopes to move its primary listing in July to the Euronext exchange in Amsterdam.
Samsung South Africa is offering free firmware updates on specific devices for a limited time according to Hypertext.
JSE-listed Massmart, which owns the Game and Makro chains and other smaller retailers, yesterday received a major boost after the Competition Commission said Spar, Pick n Pay, Shoprite and Woolworths should be barred from entering into long-term exclusive lease agreements.
The rand got a much-needed boost on Wednesday evening, strengthening on President Cyril Ramaphosa’s announcement of a significantly reduced Cabinet.
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