Health minister Dr Zweli Mkhize has announced that there are now a total of 545,476 cases of coronavirus in South Africa.
The Werner de Jager led retailer expansion strategy became less aggressive but it’s latest acquisition of The Building Company, takes it back to roots of aggressive expansion.
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Jean Pierre Verster – uitvoerende hoof, Protea Capital Management
Professor HB Klopper – uitvoerende dekaan, Navorsing en Institusionele Vennootskappe by die Da Vinci Instituut
Professor Raymond Parsons – Noord-Wes Universiteit se sakeskool
Eben Maré – Hoof van Absolute Opbrengs-beleggings, Absa Batebestuur & Mia Kruger – direkteur, Navorsing & Fondsbestuur by Kruger Internasionaal Bate- & Welvaartbestuur
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Chancellor warns there is “always the risk” holidays may be disrupted, as virus cases climb in France.
The Chinese firm’s investments include Fortnite, Tesla and Universal Music – but it’s under fire in the US.
SA investigators are seeking to recover more than R400m from German software firm SAP for two government contracts they say were entered into unlawfully, court documents show.
A meeting with shareholders agreed that any interest in banking activities similar to VBS Mutual Bank would be considered as a new banking licence application
Details on casualties not immediately available.
South Africa is the worst affected country.
National Treasury is seeking much more bite for the South African Revenue Service (SARS) on criminal tax offenses.
Amazon.com Jeff Bezos sold shares worth $3.1 billion in the e-commerce company in recent days, regulatory filings showed.
Naspers is trading nearly 5% weaker after US President Donald Trump issued an executive order to have WeChat, an app owned by Tencent, banned.
Telkom CEO Sipho Maseko earned a total of R21.8 million for the 2020 financial year.