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19 November 2018 5:47 PM US blacklists South African man for helping North Korea evade sanctions and purchase oil

The US Treasury placed a Russian-born South African man on its sanctions blacklist on Monday for allegedly helping North Korea avoid an international embargo on its energy purchases. The Treasury said Vladlen Amtchentsev worked with Velmur Management Pte and Transatlantic Partners Pte to buy fuel oil and gasoil to ship to North Korea even though that was forbidden 71

18 November 2018 4:45 PM 5 life hacks to ensure you don't get hacked

This year saw major data breaches in companies like British Airways and Facebook, and experts reckon this will continue throughout 2019. Speaking at Fortinet's international media conference in Sophia Antipolis France this week, global security strategist Derek Manky, shared simple things individuals and businesses can do to better protect their data. When signing 83

15 November 2018 9:00 PM Zimbabwe raises gold miners' forex allowances after output halt

Zimbabwe’s central bank has increased the amount of foreign exchange that gold companies can retain after a shortage forced some mines to close. Metal producers in Zimbabwe have been struggling to meet production costs because of the shortage of hard currency. That forced RioZim to temporarily shutter three of its mines last month, curbing a key source 80

13 November 2018 7:12 PM Women still scarce on JSE-listed boards, despite new listing requirements

Just 10% of 267 JSE-listed companies analysed in a recent survey have achieved gender parity on their boards. A further 50 did not report on gender at board level in 2017, despite amendments to JSE listing requirements last year to include the promotion of gender diversity at board level. This is according to a report by the 30% Club Southern Africa 72

13 November 2018 8:59 AM Court orders VBS Bank to be liquidated

The North Gauteng High Court has granted an order to liquidate VBS Mutual Bank. This after the South African Reserve Bank's Prudential Authority applied for the final liquidation of the mutual bank. The bank's curators have previously identified its financial state "as hopelessly insolvent" and that there was no prospect of it being saved 80

13 November 2018 6:03 AM Japan coach Joseph praying for good weather at Twickenham

London - Japan coach Jamie Joseph says his team of "amateurs" receives less than $18 a day on tour. Meanwhile, England's players will receive $32 000 each after taking on Japan on Saturday at Twickenham. "Our home-based players are amateurs, they are employees of companies, and receive 2 000 yen a day," Joseph said on Monday. "To be here and play a team like England 41

09 November 2018 8:24 PM Sasol Oil wins appeal against Tax Court, it won't have to pay R1.3bn to SARS

Sasol Oil has won an appeal lodged with the Supreme Court of Appeal, over a ruling which required the oil company to pay R1.3bn to the South African Revenue Service. The group on Friday issued a notice to shareholders indicating that the SCA upheld its appeal against the Tax Court of Johannesburg's ruling in favour of SARS on June 30, 2017. The litigation 142

07 November 2018 4:08 PM Telkom switching from MTN to Vodacom for roaming deal

Vodacom and Telkom have signed a long-term, multi-billion rand deal that will see Telkom phasing out its roaming agreement with MTN and instead obtaining roaming and facilities leasing services from Vodacom, the companies announced on Wednesday. The agreement will commence on December 1, 2018 and will allow Telkom customers to roam on Vodacom's 2G, 3G and 4G networks 72

07 November 2018 10:40 AM Discovery Vitality made a massive R603 million profit last year – as members fail to use their perks

In its last full financial year Discovery Vitality’s profits increased by nearly 13 times to R603 million, its financial statements show. It credits people who failed to use their perks for part of that profit. Its healthy bottom line was also bolstered by a R491 million profit from Vitality’s sale of a joint interest in DiscoveryCard, as the group reorganised 116

06 November 2018 12:47 PM Ramaphosa admits his son has done business with Bosasa

Venter is an auditor whose company was contracted by Bosasa. Last year, Bosasa changed its name to African Global Operations. The affidavit, which News24 has seen, was commissioned in December 2017. Ramaphosa said he had become aware of the issue some time ago, and had questioned his son on the matter. Venter's affidavit details that he was instructed 191