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JP Markets asks SCA whether regulator was right to shut it down when it wasn't insolvent

30 Jul 2021  / Ciaran Ryan
Founder of the country’s largest online broker says FSCA overstepped its regulatory reach.

Is the crypto winter over?

30 Jul 2021  / Ciaran Ryan
Several key indicators suggest the current bear market may be coming to an end, says Brett Hope Robertson, investment analyst at Revix.

Holdup at Durban port could lead to food shortage, massive wastage

30 Jul 2021  / Palesa Mofokeng
Urgent cold storage needed for 290 reefer containers, with many more en route from international markets.

Responses to Ramaphosa’s hard line against violence and threats

30 Jul 2021  / Roy Cokayne
Construction sector optimistic but road freight industry less confident it will lead to a decline in attacks.

Commodity price boom lifts Anglo’s earnings

29 Jul 2021  / Fifi Peters
RECM portfolio manager Jan van Niekerk reckons ‘we've got a couple of years left of high commodity prices ahead of us. SA platinum miners – and specifically some of the smaller platinum miners – still offer opportunities’.
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Delta Property Fund up over 28% after JSE lifts suspension

29 Jul 2021  / Suren Naidoo
The more than seven-month suspension came in the wake of fraud allegations against former executives and the company having to restate its 2020 financial results.

A scintillating week for the Anglo stable

29 Jul 2021  / Ciaran Ryan
Records were smashed across the board, as rising commodity prices translated into dividend pay-backs.

Recent impacts on GDP, inflation, credit ratings and the like

29 Jul 2021  / Simon Brown
Bumper tax revenues from high commodity prices may support the economy in the short term, but won’t meaningfully address the long term: Carmen Nel from Matrix Fund Managers.

Cell C, Starlogik deal set to jolt SA's prepaid market

29 Jul 2021  / Duncan McLeod
To roll out what it calls the 'first totally free virtual cellular offering'.

Data ‘has not been compromised’ in Transnet cyber attack, says Gordhan’s department

29 Jul 2021  / Suren Naidoo
Based on a ‘preliminary assessment’. Force majeure at Transnet Port Terminals still in place but expected to be lifted in ‘coming days’.

Big profits in commodities boom

29 Jul 2021  / Adriaan Kruger
Clever investors got in early and hope the ride will carry on for a long while.

Treasury finds R36.2bn but SA’s fiscal situation remains serious

29 Jul 2021  / Barbara Curson
Taxpayers must be up to date with compliance before asking for assistance.

SA property, retail firms bet on townships despite unrest

29 Jul 2021  / Nqobile Dludla, Bloomberg
At least 161 shopping malls, 11 warehouses and eight factories suffered heavy damage, sites that include tenants such as grocery chain Shoprite and Walmart majority-owned Massmart.

‘Death Kitty’ ransomware linked to attack on SA ports

29 Jul 2021  / Ryan Gallagher and Paul Burkhardt, Bloomberg
Ransomware that cybersecurity experts have linked to a series of high-profile data breaches likely carried out by crime gangs from Eastern Europe and Russia.

Can I draw three months' payment in a month from my living annuity?

29 Jul 2021  / Craig Torr
Since this is the anniversary month of your annuity you can elect for the drawdown to be paid annually, which would provide you with the liquidity you need – but there are a few ...

Crippling effect of lapsed anti-dumping duties on local industry and farmers

29 Jul 2021  / Amanda Visser
Fears that local producers could be forced out of business.

An estimated R5.3bn allocated to Covid-19 Ters benefits

29 Jul 2021  / Palesa Mofokeng
More than 26 000 claims have been submitted, with applications now extended to businesses and workers affected by recent riots.

SA construction industry engaging government on a master plan

29 Jul 2021  / Roy Cokayne
PPC believes cement industry has 'half won' the battle for designation of cement.

Anglo American pays out record $4.1bn to shareholders in H1

29 Jul 2021  / Clara Denina and Zandi Shabalala, Reuters
Including a $1bn share buyback, after bumper commodity prices lifted first-half profits to their best ever.

The R350 grant is necessary but will cost SA R27bn – Mboweni

28 Jul 2021  / Ryk van Niekerk
Sars commissioner Edward Kieswetter and Old Mutual Wealth investment strategist Izak Odendaal put the likely scope and application of the relief grant in perspective.

Transnet cyber attack: could it have been prevented?

28 Jul 2021  / Fifi Peters
'Cyber attacks are inevitable; therefore you need to have controls in place to assist in the recovery': Brandon Naicker, cyber security executive, LAWTrust.

As margins are squeezed, BCX seeks new growth opportunities

29 Jul 2021  / Duncan McLeod
Thinking more creatively about new revenue opportunities, according to its CEO, Jonas Bogoshi.



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