7 things you need to know today
Compiled by Dhivana Rajgopaul
CAPE TOWN - Good morning. This is all the latest business news that you need to know today.
Quilter, which was unbundled from Old Mutual plc in 2018, said yesterday that its performance in the third quarter to end September was steady as it saw net inflows of £1.2 billion (R25.63bn), up 500 percent compared to the same quarter last year.
The former chief executive of Gupta-linked Trillian Management Consulting and Eskom whistleblower, Bianca Goodson, believes a fund should be established to help whistleblowers regain their lives.
Anglo American South Africa (Aasa) is being sued in a class action filed on behalf of more than 100 000 residents of Zambia’s Kabwe district who were believed to have been poisoned by lead.
The rand rose to a one-month high as external tailwinds were strengthened by US fiscal stimulus hopes according to NKC Research.
Mexico has emerged as the busiest country when it comes to working hours, according to research from Global Workspace Specialists Instant Offices.
Sibanye Stillwater Ltd.’s efforts to buy gold assets in the Americas have been stymied by gold’s record-breaking rally which led to mining company ratings being boosted and asset prices rising.
Four airlines across Africa have ceased operations due to the impact of Covid-19 and two are in voluntary administration, with many more in serious financial distress expected to fold without committed relief.
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