Jeremy Corbyn gets a roasting from Simon this week as our erudite London columnist shares the experiences of an active week.
Telkom is considering making an offer to buy a majority stake in Cell C that would lead to a combination of South Africa’s third- and fourth-largest mobile-phone companies.
Eric Wood, who calls himself South Africa’s greatest trader, is fighting to keep money that his company, Trillian, siphoned out of Eskom together with consultancy McKinsey.
Former Bank of England governor Mervyn King has weighed in, slamming Therea May’s Brexit plan in a powerful opinion piece run by news agency Bloomberg.
The real value of this story is that it provides incontrovertible evidence that those responsible for nuclear sector governance in South Africa have for the past 20 months at least, not had their heads in the game.
Anthea Jeffrey argues the manner in which Parliamentarians rushed through a proposal to amend the Constitution’s section on Expropriation Without Compensation attacks the very core of democracy.
Respected International Criminal Court advisor Advocate Shamila Batohi is set to take the hot seat in February next year as NDPP.
South Africa emerged from its first recession in almost a decade in the third quarter as recoveries in manufacturing and agriculture contributed to an increase in economic growth.
Higher US bond yields have made the payouts offered by most stocks look pretty underwhelming lately. Not so Glencore Plc, whose implied yield is startlingly high even though it’s throwing off cash like it’s going out of fashion.
In the run up to next year’s election, Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari has an unusual new campaign pitch: he isn’t dead.