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Grand Parade to close Dunkin', Baskin Robbins in SA

Grand Parade wants to instead channel capital into its chain of Burger King outlets.

Eskom generation business needs private investment - PowerX CEO

This will solve the power utility's R420bn debt problem and ease pricing pressure, says former Nersa member.

Can Ayo deliver, that is the question

The deal has been done, but is the PIC’s controversial asset capable of using the R4.3bn productively and profitably?

Ex-KPMG audit partner won’t budge on Irba’s dishonesty charge

Jacques Wessels faces sanctions over his audit of Gupta-linked entity Linkway Trading.

Eskom: There’s a long and tough road ahead

Ramaphosa tries to allay fears that splitting the power utility will lead to privatisation, job losses.

The bear and bull case for MultiChoice

Some arguments ignore the data, many are simply missing the point …

The bridesmaid of the local investment industry

Hedge funds struggle to gain traction.

Cleaning up, literally and figuratively

Buy or rent – a small company's on-site system converts organic matter into useful by-product, saving costs and enhancing air quality.

Cheesecake tossed as SA blackouts cripple businesses

Local companies say effects have been devastating.

Cable thief gangs haunt mines in Mpumalanga

Explosion at Gloria Coal Mine leaves 22 suspected cable thieves trapped underground.

Fixing Eskom now

Ramaphosa has no choice but to draw a line in the sand over the next few weeks.

Big players get bigger in the balanced fund space

As uptake increases significantly.

Tax revenue could miss mini-budget forecast by more than R10bn

Corporate and personal income tax collections have slowed since October.

Eskom in danger of collapse without bailout, South Africa says

Ministry warns of Eskom liquidity challenges.

Curro grows learner base by 16%

The company has made investments worth R1.2 billion with a specific focus on Gauteng.

US props up Emira distributions

Had Emira not invested in the US, its half-year distributions would have showed barely any growth.

Budget preview: 3 issues that need to be addressed

Government needs to prioritise service delivery and cost-cutting.

Alternative investment universe expands with two new funds

Joint venture between LionPride and Newtown Partners sees launch of LionPride Agility VCC Fund.

Tourvest Financial Services to expand SA forex footprint

As the American Express Foreign Exchange brand is quietly withdrawn.

We can’t blame our problems on population growth

Fewer deaths, fewer births … there is no ‘population explosion’ in SA.

The state of the rand

The bigger drivers of the rand are global not local commodity prices and investor sentiment towards emerging markets.

Load shedding need not be so predictably shambolic

Why is there no coordinated management of this crisis?

Verimark wins 2018 stock pick competition

Results contain a warning for those hoping to catch a falling star.

Splitting Eskom will protect its most strategic asset

But much will depend on how the three individual assets are valued, and what portion of the utility’s crippling debt each is given.

How can Eskom turn the lights back on?

Challenges the utility faces and possible solutions.

Silicon Valley is using trade secrets to hide its race problem

Research shows diverse perspectives bring tangible benefits to firms that support them, yet black and female CEOs lead just 5% of S&P 500 companies, a number that’s tumbled in recent years.

Joint bonds: here’s how to buy property as an unmarried couple

Consider your joint property ownership as a business agreement, never skip the contract.

Debt structure: a window into management’s true motivation

A company’s management team should be good stewards of shareholder capital and make decisions in the best long-term interests of the business.

Industry 4.0 and the changing job landscape

A proactive approach to the changing business environment will benefit organisations and adapt to the change.

The world still doesn’t have enough places to plug in cars

Executives in the charging industry know that limited infrastructure has become a chokepoint.

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