SARS deputy commissioner faces second suspension, day after reinstatement
JSE takes breather after Thursday’s best performance since 2010 as lack of data fails to push the market significantly either way
Sony Pictures’ capitulation over The Interview sends companies scrambling to guard sensitive data amid fear that extortionists’ success will encourage others
British pop legend will marry David Furnish on ninth anniversary of their civil partnership, with ceremony in Windsor
Throughout the year we interviewed CEOs and executives whose companies have made headlines in 2014. Take a look at some of our latest interviews.
Tonight, Traders Corner looks back on the 2014 trading year, and reveals which charity will take the spoils of the portfolio's returns - a 42% gain on starting-capital of R250 000.
Ellies made a first half loss of almost 43 million rand, from a profit of 77 million the year before. Wayne Samson; CEO: Ellies joins us in studio.
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For a call on whether to Buy/Hold /Sell your shares, Giulietta Talevi and Independent Technical Analyst Frans de Klerk take your calls LIVE this evening on 011 280 3899.
In the last programme of the year, Gulietta Talevi, Simon Brown and guests David Shapiro and Graeme Korner sharpen their elbows as they review the most outrageous, funny and bizarre boardroom behaviour, business decisions and backstabbing of the past 12 months.3
On the show this week, Chris Becker from African Alliance looks at the economic implications of a falling oil price for countries including Nigeria; Mohale Masithela, PwC partner for Capital Projects & Infrastructure Financing, chats to us about the sheer scale of infrastructure investment and opportunity on the continent; and Joseph Rohm, Portfolio Manager at Investec Asset Management, wraps up the week that was on the markets.
Nesan Nair of Barclays Africa and Kyle Dutton of Mercato Financial Services join Stephen Gunnion to share their portfolio strategy pearls of wisdom. Please send us an e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Gerald Mwandiambira, Winnie Kunene, Diliza Khumalo and Mrs X chat about Mrs X’s spending behaviours as an adult based on how she grew up.
Janice Honeyman's Peter Pan The Pantomime is a South African retelling of the classic tale of Peter Pan. With some spectacular scenes, effects and pulsating music, we find out why the kids will enjoy this panto in the holiday season.
The Q3 Experian Business Debt Index slid to 0.31 points, more than half the 0.64 recorded in the first quarter of this year. Experian Managing Director, Michelle Beetar explains why this doesn't mean business debt conditions are deteriorating.
Offering sophisticated fine dining in Gardens - Cape Town and occupying two historic buildings, built in the 1830 the building was originally owned by the Cape Town Justice Minister. The wine cellar and functions rooms are situated up the road at Auslese, a traditional Cape home built in the 1920's. If the aim is to impress, Aubergine is the ideal business lunch venue.
The last edition for this year ends of with a delicate question: What should our policy on immigration be? Mark Barnes, Business Day Columnist and Chairman of Purple Capital joins us in studio to discuss.
Kura Chihota talks post-retirement strategies and inflation with Galileo Capital’s Executive Director, Warren Ingram.
Africa is on the precipice of exponential growth in the TV sector, in particular Pay TV across Sub-Saharan Africa. These are exciting times for the viewer but they are especially exciting if you work in the industry or are looking for an investment opportunity.