MINING: Coal juniors hit bottom

Mining Rustenburg

SA’s coal junior sector is pulling itself up by its own bootstraps if three recent financing announcements are a reliable guide, writes Finweek’s David McKay.

What’s that echo at Abil?

Bruce Whitfield

The rambling executive suite at African Bank’s Midrand headquarters is an increasingly lonely place for its beleaguered CEO Leon Kirkinis following the resignation of another two executive directors. Bruce Whitfield unpacks this further.

Murphy Morobe plans one-year sabbatical, may write book

Murphy Morobe, CEO of Kagiso Media, to take one-year sabbatical following resignation announcement – may write book.

Litha looks set for a buy in Africa

It’s been an excellent season for investors in Litha, the JSE-listed diversified health play.

How Pinky burnt Telkom


Shareholders have been given the run around at Telkom and it sets a bad precedent.

JSE adds silver and platinum commodities to Quanto Futures product range

The Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) has again expanded its commodities product range by adding silver and platinum quanto futures to its existing gold, copper and Brent crude Quanto Futures which were launched earlier this year.

There’s economic life after death in democratic Africa

We are witnessing a highly positive transition in Africa

Wages up, productivity down says SA survey

Worrying trend continues in South Africa

Net1: A One-Trick Pony?

The company appears to offer little to no value.

NHI: Govt wants hospitals to join in

Top-ranking health officials reiterated Government’s subtle request to the private sector for closer cooperation ahead of the implementation of the National Health Insurance.