Business

May 19, 2019

Kholofelo Maponya sees red over PIC inquiry allegations

One of the people implicated in the commission of inquiry into the Public Investment Corporation (PIC) has come out guns blazing this week.
May 19, 2019

Vantage finds new Lily Mine investors

For the past month, Vantage Goldfields SA (VGSA) has been looking for prospective new investors to buy two of its gold mines in Mpumalanga.
May 19, 2019

Dear President Ramaphosa, this is what needs to be done

The government must ensure that the valuable equity in black hands is nurtured, harnessed and grown. Ramaphosa dare not fail, writes Sandile Zungu.
May 17, 2019

Pakistani diaspora follow the rules

The bulk of accusations against foreigner-owned businesses are targeted at Pakistani and Somali nationals.
May 17, 2019

Make your business more competitive by formalising operations

According to Hennie Ferreira, CEO of Osidon, one of the better solutions to making informal township-based businesses more competitive is to formalise their operations.
May 17, 2019

‘We can’t compete on prices’

Moses Zulu, a spaza shop owner in Diepkloof, Soweto, has had his fair share of challenges operating a business in the township.
May 17, 2019

Distinguishing economic policy from economic polemics

The country’s people deserve to see policies designed to benefit them and they deserve to see those policies implemented sooner rather than later.
May 16, 2019

Ramaphosa to investors: We will expropriate land, but fear not, we have a plan

President Cyril Ramaphosa wants to get the South African economy into top gear during his first five-year term after many years of little to no growth.
May 17, 2019

Friends & Friction: You will rise or fall on how you see time

Wait. Wag. Wo. How is your time management skill? If you are like many South Africans I know, that is, habitual latecomers, then you need help urgently, because time management has become an important survival skill.
May 16, 2019

Local spaza owners warn of chaos

SA Spaza and Tuckshop Association (Sasta) president Rose Nkosi has warned that the government’s lax handling of township bylaws might lead to anti-business, Afrophobic attacks again.
May 15, 2019

Foreigners and business permits: What the law says

According to Peter Tshisevhe, director of TGR Attorneys, legislation has made it possible for foreign nationals to obtain permits to operate businesses in South Africa in a number of ways.
May 15, 2019

Democracy killed our business: A Soweto institution is barely staying afloat

Right in the heart of one of the older sections of Soweto is Wozobona Cultural House supermarket, owned by Joseph and Lindiwe Dlamini.
May 15, 2019

Alexandra is a ticking bomb

The challenge is not foreign-owned businesses, but the government’s lack of appetite to develop the area.
May 14, 2019

Bonang Mohale: SA could not have prayed for a better election outcome

All things aside, the outcome of the 2019 national and provincial elections which confirmed the continuity of the ruling party’s governance was exactly what South Africa needed to ensure that credit rating agencies retain a favourable credit score on
May 13, 2019

Court rules for community on Mala Mala

Judge finds in favour of Nwandlamharhi Communal Property Association beneficiaries after accusations of mismanagement.
May 13, 2019

Taking the mystery and misery out of innovation and digital transformation

Innovation is more of a leadership challenge than a technology challenge. It requires leaders who can keep their feet in two places at once, chief innovation officer at BTS in New York and lead of the firm’s innovation & digital transformation practi
May 12, 2019

Nedbank pockets R780m from Transnet

The parastatal’s acting chief executive will present evidence at the Zondo commission implicating the bank in profiteering.
May 12, 2019

Markets cheer ANC win

Investors and the rand are celebrating the ANC’s majority in the national elections together with the party, but economists warn that the joyous sentiment will only last for a few weeks.
May 12, 2019

Indian coal miner rejected again

An Indian company that wants to establish a coal mine in Mpumalanga appears to have run out of options to continue with its investment, following its second unsuccessful attempt to appeal a Pretoria High Court ruling that withdrew its mining permissi
May 12, 2019

From the township economy to Nedbank’s R780m score: In Business

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May 10, 2019

Mine workers go from being jobless to owning a colliery

The efforts of eight former Exxaro Arnot Colliery employees who were laid off in 2015 have paid off. Their former employer not only handed them a lifeline, but also made them co-owners of the mine.
May 10, 2019

Sylvester Chauke: Creative ground-breaker

‘Looking back, I now know that,as difficult as starting up was,it’s harder to maintain the business’.
May 10, 2019

Winning Women: Counting on change

Jesmane Boggenpoel, the interim chairperson of the board of the IT firm EOH, has studied at Harvard, been a Young Global Leader of the World Economic Forum and recently authored a book on race, writes Sue Grant-Marshall.
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May 19 2019