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  • Media24 agrees to pay R14m in price-fixing settlement

    16 March 2018 10:26 AM 19

    The Cape Town Central City Improvement District noted Media24's revamped building, adding value to the CBD property value. Cape Town - Media24 has agreed to pay an administrative penalty of R13.83m as settlement in a price-fixing case brought against it and 27 other media companies by the Competition Commission. The settlement follows similar penalty

  • Three major mistakes Tiger Brands made in response to the listeriosis crisis

    16 March 2018 4:49 AM 17

    TIGER BRANDS, the South African food giant at the centre of the listeriosis storm engulfing the country, is facing serious brand erosion as a result of the way it handled the unfolding crisis. Tiger Brands was thrown into the centre of the listeriosis storm after South Africa’s National Institute for Communicable Diseases announced that its investigation

  • Botswana exporting power, SA among buyers

    15 March 2018 8:00 PM 16

    Gaborone - Botswana is exporting power for the first time in 10 years, a far cry from the days when Africa’s biggest miner of diamonds was forced to import as much as 75% of its needs. State-owned Botswana Power started “limited” sales to the Southern African Power Pool’s auction platform, where regional utilities buy and sell electricity, Chief Executive

  • Mining production increased 2.4% y/y in January

    15 March 2018 5:32 PM 16

    Johannesburg - Mining production increased by 2.4% year-on-year in January, boosted by iron ore and other non-metallic minerals, figures released on Thursday by Statistics South Africa showed. Iron ore production added 3.4 percentage points to the increase, while other non-metallic minerals put on 1.3 percentage points. The statistics also revealed that mineral

  • Regulator warns SA public against 3 unregistered financial entities

    15 March 2018 3:43 PM 20

    Cape Town – The Financial Services Board issued a warning to the public on Thursday afternoon to exercise caution when deciding whether to invest with three unregistered institutions it says are masquerading as registered financial service providers. The regulator urged the public to run background checks with any company approaching them to provide

  • Coovadia on VBS curatorship: SA cannot afford a bank collapse

    15 March 2018 3:02 PM 21

    Cape Town – South Africa cannot afford a bank collapse while it is on the path of inclusive economic recovery, according to Banking Association of South Africa (BASA) managing director Cas Coovadia. Coovadia in a statement on Thursday shared the association's views on the South African Reserve Bank’s (SARB's) decision to place VBS Mutual Bank under curatorship

  • ‘Business as usual’ for Toys 'R' Us in SA, after US arm files for bankruptcy

    15 March 2018 11:35 AM 22

    Cape Town – Despite Toys ‘R’ Us filing for bankruptcy in the US, it is still “business as usual” for Toys ‘R’ Us Southern Africa. Toys ‘R’ Us in the US said in a statement on Thursday that it had filed a motion seeking bankruptcy court approval for the wind-down of its US business, and liquidation of inventory in its 735 stores. The group is also looking

  • #EntrepreneurCorner: Choosing between price, quality and service

    15 March 2018 8:47 AM 26

    Cape Town - Many small business owners try to compete on price, quality and service at the same time, but Fin24’s resident expert and small business coach Anton Ressel says this may not be the best way to go about building a business. He says entrepreneurs often make the mistake of trying to compete on all three fronts at the same time, which may be at odds with each other

  • Ramaphosa: Land reform an urgent matter

    15 March 2018 5:53 AM 19

    Cape Town – South Africa’s government will ensure land reform takes place as a matter of urgency without harming agricultural production, but it won’t allow people to forcibly take over farms, President Cyril Ramaphosa said. “The return of land to who those work it is fundamental to the transformation of our society and is critical if we are to improve

  • Magashule in talks with VBS Mutual Bank

    14 March 2018 8:10 PM 19

    Cape Town – African National Congress secretary general Ace Magashule has met with VBS Mutual Bank as the process of its curatorship by the SA Reserve Bank continues, the governing party told reporters on Wednesday. This comes after the SARB announced that VBS Mutual Bank would be placed under curatorship. The Reserve Bank raised concern of a liquidity