The primary interest of the board is to ensure that all entities in the group are stable, well-managed and focused, says chairman of holding company
JSE closes firmer on Thursday as local food‚ retail and telecommunication stocks find support
Wal-Mart, based in Arkansas, the US, is encountering stiff competition in China and also dealing with food safety scandals such as fox DNA found in donkey meat
South African reportedly still being held by al-Qaeda militants in Yemen
Daily, we interview CEOs and executives whose companies have made the latest headlines.
- Laurence Rapp, CEO: Vukile Property Fund
- Christo Wiese, Chairman: Pepkor
- Bob van Dijk, CEO: Naspers
- Tsholofelo Molefe, Finance Director: Eskom
- Rod Humphris, CEO: Omnia
- David Hurwitz, CEO: Transaction Capital
- Annabel Bishop, Group Chief Economist: Investec
- Rod Humphris, CEO: Omnia
- Andre de Ruyter, CEO: Nampak
- Marcel von Aulock, CEO: Tsogo Sun
- Nick Holland, CEO: Gold Fields
Leslie Maasdorp, CEO: ADvTECH, joins us to talk about the education and staffing group’s latest acquisition
Giulietta Talevi and her guests – David Shapiro from Sasfin Securities and Momentum Wealth Portfolio Management’s Wayne McCurrie – deliberate over some of the day’s top performing shares.
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