The Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) was unable to open on Wednesday morning, after a record-breaking deal with Naspers held-up the bourse.
The executive directors of the top 10 companies on the JSE earned five times more than their counterparts, according to PwC.
Responding to an SIU report that EOH is paying back R40 million to the state, the firm says ‘a handful’ of former staff were involved.
The JSE listed company has signed an acknowledgement of debt to pay back the money to the Department of Defence.
Who would have thought that by the end of June we would be looking back on the best three months for global stock markets since the final quarter of 1998?
Forecasting the performance of our market and the rand is crystal ball stuff right now.
If you thought the coronavirus only affected one’s health, think again. JSE stocks are also under threat.
Not a happy Budget eve for the finance minister as domestic and global fears hit SA markets and our currency.
Following a tumultuous period on the financial markets, a monetary injection by China’s central bank is calming investor fears around the impact of the coronavirus.
JSE experiences biggest drop in eight months and rand is at a six-week low as South Africa is hit by the global fallout.
JSE is at the mercy of global sentiment as markets worry that the outbreak in China could have a SARS-like impact.
Motorists and workers in Sandton have been warned to avoid the district between 13:30 and 15:00 on Monday, 18 November.
Law enforcement agencies are on stand-by and have warned of road closures in the area.
Will a listing on the JSE give MultiChoice the financial clout it needs to compete with Netflix? It would seem so, according to the experts
Ayanda Mabulu has taken some artistic liberties once again. After grossly depicting Zuma and Mandela, he’s changed tact with “blame it on the boer”.
If you have a dream you want to fund or a passion you would like to pursue, then you need to give this a listen.
Capitec bank has issued an official response to the various allegations made against it in the report by Viceroy Research.
The corrupt practices of the rich will severely affect the middle-to-lower classes.
Bell Pottinger hijacked the WMC narrative in a toxic, racist campaign. But it needs claiming back…
Have a look at South Africa’s top 8 companies on the JSE as it stands today… pretty big shifts from previous years, you might see a few new faces.