Africa’s tallest building, a 234m Sandton skyscaper called The Leonardo, is set to open next month according to a report by Bloomberg.
The Springboks’ 23-13 defeat by New Zealand in their Rugby World Cup opener had not deflated the belief of Rassie Erasmus.
On 11 June 2015, Odette Barkhuizen was gunned down in cold blood, by her husband, with one shot to the body and one to the brain.
Christo Wiese is part of a shareholder group that is proposing that Brait raise R3bn in a share sale and dispose of all assets except gym-chain Virgin Active.
Eric Wood’s financial links with the Zuma and Gupta families appear to run much deeper, though, than irregular trading, according to the OCCRP.
Note this was not the work of a single journalist or commentator, but rather the view of the newspaper, compiled by at least 3.
Consumer inflation has risen by 4.3% in August from the 4% recorded in July, which is the fastest pace of acceleration in a year.
History by and large says that the grass is not always greener on the other side, and this is backed here by a very smart investor in emerging market equities.
South Africa’s R2.4trn savings industry has a request for the ruling party: stop with threats of dictating where funds must invest and get going on projects that pensions can help finance.
The assault on Saudi Arabian oil facilities is already taking its toll on South Africa’s rand, and may put paid to any hopes of an interest-rate cut on Thursday.