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Grand Parade sells stake in Burger King

19 Feb 2020  / Melitta Ngalonkulu
The gaming and leisure company sells the franchise to a private equity firm.

Kumba profit up 75%, but now comes the Coronavirus

19 Feb 2020  / Ciaran Ryan
Closed off 2019 with a 62% surge in Ebitda.

Ramaphosa speeds up funding for infrastructure

19 Feb 2020  / Roy Cokayne
Says investments must grow from 13% to 30% of total spending by 2030 to achieve NDP growth targets.

Tech shares have taken a beating

19 Feb 2020  / TechCentral
EOH is by far the worst performer so far this year.

How has the property sector changed since 1994?

18 Feb 2020  / Nompu Siziba
‘Our view is that transformation has been extremely slow...after 26 years of democracy’ – Tholo Makhaola, SAIBPP president.

Eskom needs cash injection to avoid debt crisis - CEO

18 Feb 2020  / Mfuneko Toyana, Reuters
Debt doesn't just disappear - it creates a very significant risk to the sovereign: Andre de Ruyter.

SA country risk adds to rates pressure: Sarb

18 Feb 2020  / Mike Cohen, Bloomberg
See chart: real interest rates remain at elevated levels.

You will soon be able to service your car anywhere

18 Feb 2020  / Roy Cokayne
Vehicle manufacturers react with outrage to draft guidelines published by Competition Commission.

Let the 'Makana' revolution begin

18 Feb 2020  / Ciaran Ryan
Dysfunctional metros and municipalities could start falling like dominoes.

'Amplats has dramatically changed its fortunes' - outgoing CEO

17 Feb 2020  / Moneyweb
Chris Griffith on its annual results, zero mine fatalities, reducing waste and future prospects.

Emigration: The costs of leaving South Africa

17 Feb 2020  / Craig Torr
18 not-so-obvious costs that you may want to consider before deciding on emigration.

SAB's new R5.4bn empowerment scheme to list on the JSE

18 Feb 2020  / Suren Naidoo
As its R14bn forerunner winds down.

Four market drivers signalling negative returns in 2020

18 Feb 2020  / Roland Rosseau
Fundamentals are currently misleading.

How long to financial freedom?

17 Feb 2020  / Stealthy Wealth
It depends on your spending habits.

South Africa: Yield-rich but growth-poor

17 Feb 2020  / Ryk van Niekerk
While the opposite applies to the international market, says Tony Bell of Vunani Fund Managers.

Chris Griffith resigns as Amplats CEO

17 Feb 2020  / Melitta Ngalonkulu
To pursue other career opportunities.

M&R anticipates new offer from Aton before the end of 2020

17 Feb 2020  / Roy Cokayne
Says its 43.8% shareholding in the group is 'problematic'.

Two of Ramaphosa’s plans shot down

17 Feb 2020  / Roxanne Henderson, Bloomberg
'To talk about a sovereign wealth fund in our context is a distraction' - Cas Coovadia, Banking Association of SA.

Moody's cuts SA's 2020 GDP growth forecast to 0.7%

17 Feb 2020  / Nqobile Dludla, Reuters
Citing a stalling economy and the crippling effects of power outages.

Construction sector welcomes R700bn ‘project pipeline’

17 Feb 2020  / Roy Cokayne
But dubious about government’s ability to deliver.

Busting the myth that SAA is ‘necessary’ for tourism

17 Feb 2020  / Hilton Tarrant
The writing has been on the wall for the airline since 2016 …

Red flags as Ecsponent faces ‘default event’

17 Feb 2020  / Suren Naidoo
Around R188m in payment obligations due in March, largely to preference shareholders.

Renewable energy (finally) takes centre stage

17 Feb 2020  / Tebogo Tshwane
President outlines steps he says will be taken to ‘rapidly and significantly’ increase generation capacity outside of Eskom.

Three common ways we destroy our wealth

16 Feb 2020  / Yanga Nozibele
And how to avoid them.

Lenders seek loans tied to borrowers’ sustainability performance

16 Feb 2020  / Jacqueline Poh, Bloomberg
Borrowers in Europe, Middle East and Africa are also welcoming the addition of sustainability features in their fund raising.

White House says other countries don’t pay enough for drugs

16 Feb 2020  / Josh Wingrove, Bloomberg
Criticises many as ‘free-riders’.



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