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All-male boards at top UK firms come closer to extinction

Government efforts to increase gender parity are paying off.

Book on Steinhoff’s demise shows danger of ‘big men’ business leaders

'It is the story of a bold vision and ambition, entrepreneurial grit and guile, continuous innovation, relentless risk-taking, corporate hubris, and friendship betrayals.'

Tempted to expense a strip club as a work dinner? AI is watching

Bogus expenses, which occurred at major US companies, were exposed by AI algorithms that can sniff out fraudulent claims and forged receipts within seconds.

Tens of thousands die in Africa each year due to fake drugs

Trade worth $200bn worldwide annually, while almost half of counterfeit drugs end up in Africa.

Your next Uber ride may have a minifridge stocked with snacks

Uber’s millennial users are the prime audience for in-car commerce provider, Cargo Systems to test out its products.

Group Five loses battle to stop call on bonds

Underlying Kpone dispute to be settled in arbitration.

Why you should talk about money at dinner

Like football, food and politics.

Industry 4.0 behind Standard Bank retrenchments

Digitisation and the Fourth Industrial Revolution takes toll on jobs.

Transnet pension funds’ R100bn dagger pointed at the heart of SA

R100 billion – that's what Transnet owes pensioners, who are dying off at the rate of 300 to 400 a month.

Yes, markets were dreadful in October

But it is not all doom and gloom.

The science behind Discovery Bank

Interrogating the model, and where Discovery believes it can change behaviour.

Georgiou granted leave to appeal

Orthotouch in arrears with annual return submissions.

11 power station units out of action due to Eskom financial woes

Inadequate supply for eight of the next 12 weeks.

Mediclinic's Swiss diagnostics are poor

While South Africa remains stable and the Middle East looks promising.

Investec navigates Brexit uncertainty

While management delivers first post-Koseff/Kantor results.

Vodacom rides East, ups stake in Vodacom Tanzania

Vodacom Tanzania shareholders approve sale of 26% stake owned by Mirambo Holdings to SA's Vodacom Group.

Investors mistakenly want to withdraw money

One can never be sure when a bad market will end and a new market will start, so you can’t time the market - Suzean Haumann, Brenthurst Wealth.

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