Shuffling the deckchairs on the platinum belt

Shuffling the deckchairs on the platinum belt

AngloPlat moves down the cost curve as Lonmin takes over Pandora and Northam signs up for Amandelbult. - by Stephen Gunnion

British American Tobacco is smoking

British American Tobacco is smoking

The tobacco giant says the integration of Reynolds is on track, with the businesses performing strongly. - by Stephen Gunnion

What moved the market last week

What moved the market last week

Last week was probably one of the most insane weeks I have ever seen in my life. First and foremost, the Steinhoff move... - by INCE|Community

JSE prepares for yet another property listing

JSE prepares for yet another property listing

Castleview Property Fund says the JSE has granted it a listing of its ordinary shares in the Retail REITs sector on the JSE’s AltX. - by Stephen Gunnion

Pioneer bulks up on UK breakfast

Pioneer bulks up on UK breakfast

The food group has bought UK granola brand Lizi’s for an undisclosed amount. - by Stephen Gunnion

SassaGate Reloaded: Three steps towards payments for social grants revealed by Post Office and Sassa

SassaGate Reloaded: Three steps towards payments for social grants revealed by Post Office and Sassa

A three-phase hybrid model of payments for social grants between the South African Post Office and Sassa announced on Sunday will hopefully make it harder for... - by DailyMaverick

Telemasters rides the digital migration wave

Telemasters rides the digital migration wave

The telecoms operator has reported a sharp rise in its gross margin as clients move to its Digital direct platform. - by Stephen Gunnion

Explainer: ANC Leadership Race – exact sequence unclear, but it’s likely that the opening session will happen first

Explainer: ANC Leadership Race – exact sequence unclear, but it’s likely that the opening session will happen first

It's upon us at last, so, what to expect during the ANC's 54th national conference at the Nasrec Expo Centre in Johannesburg starting on Saturday? It's... - by DailyMaverick

Glencore gears up for “electric vehicle revolution”

Glencore gears up for “electric vehicle revolution”

The metals and marketing group says its commodities are critical for the development of electric vehicles. - by Stephen Gunnion

Orion reports drilling success at Prieska

Orion reports drilling success at Prieska

The company which took a secondary listing on the JSE in September is fast tracking the project to feasibility. - by Stephen Gunnion

ANC Leadership Race: Just one week before the show, Dlamini Zuma’s side appears to feel the pressure

ANC Leadership Race: Just one week before the show, Dlamini Zuma’s side appears to feel the pressure

With just five days until the ANC's leadership conference kicks off, it is still impossible to predict an outcome. Not many at the beginning of the... - by DailyMaverick

Dis-Chem management offloads R1.1 billion in shares

Dis-Chem management offloads R1.1 billion in shares

The discount pharmacy chain's founding shareholders sold shares at R35 each through an accelerated bookbuild. - by Stephen Gunnion

Top 5 gift ideas for coworkers

Top 5 gift ideas for coworkers

Here are my top 5 picks I thought might make great little gifts in the office. Remember, tis the season... - by INCE|Community

MultiChoice scandal: Yunus Carrim – when did I ever voice my support for e.tv?

MultiChoice scandal: Yunus Carrim – when did I ever voice my support for e.tv?

ANC MP YUNUS CARRIM hits back at a suggestion that he was doing e-TV's bidding in its battle over encryption with MultiChoice. Here, the former communications... - by DailyMaverick

Pierre de Vos: Is the deputy president the appropriate person to appoint the National Director of Public Prosecutions?

Pierre de Vos: Is the deputy president the appropriate person to appoint the National Director of Public Prosecutions?

The judgment handed down on Friday by the Gauteng High Court, which declared the "resignation" of the previous National Director of Public Prosecutions (NDPP), Mxolisi Nxasana... - by DailyMaverick

The SADC Wrap: Zim eases up on foreign ownership limits as SADC firms up on Lesotho

The SADC Wrap: Zim eases up on foreign ownership limits as SADC firms up on Lesotho

From Zimbabwe to the DRC and Lesotho, KRISTEN VAN SCHIE brings you a weekly round-up of news making regional waves. - by DailyMaverick

Steinhoff calls in the big guns as it prepares to meet creditors

Steinhoff calls in the big guns as it prepares to meet creditors

The group has called for lenders’ support as it stabilises its finances. - by Stephen Gunnion

Failure to meet margin calls led to EOH share-price plunge

Failure to meet margin calls led to EOH share-price plunge

The tech group has hired law firm ENS Africa to scrutinise big public sector contracts. - by Stephen Gunnion

The week ahead

The week ahead

There were mixed blessings; S&P downgraded SA's foreign currency denominated debt by a further notch into sub-investment (junk) status... - by INCE|Community

PPC jilted by yet another suitor

PPC jilted by yet another suitor

Fairfax won’t proceed with its partial offer after Ireland’s CRH also withdrew its expression of interest for PPC. - by Stephen Gunnion

Metrofile extends African Reach

Metrofile extends African Reach

The document storage group has bought Kenya’s largest records management company. - by Stephen Gunnion

Sea Harvest swoops in on Viking

Sea Harvest swoops in on Viking

The fishing group is conducting a due diligence ahead of a possible offer for Viking Fishing. - by Stephen Gunnion

Evita's Free Speech: Ep.120 – Evita recreates the silly season (Video)

Evita's Free Speech: Ep.120 – Evita recreates the silly season (Video)

Evita Bezuidenhout celebrates 20 years of her Darling venue Evita se Perron with a weekly episode of 'Evita's Free Speech'. Here's the Episode 120. By PIETER-DIRK... - by DailyMaverick