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06 November 2018 4:28 AM Debit order fraud: Beware of sharing your banking details

Consumers must be careful when sharing personal information that could be used by fraudsters to make unauthorised debit orders, Payments Association of South Africa CEO Walter Volker has warned. Banks are working with the Payments Association of South Africa (PASA) to deal with debit order fraud – a situation when some companies process debit orders 87

02 November 2018 4:00 AM Germany, Netherlands back Niger border force to counter migration

Germany and the Netherlands have pledged to fund special forces in Niger to control its border and prevent illegal migration, the EU's security mission in the country said on Thursday. Niger is a transit country for thousands of migrants heading to Libya and Algeria, key hubs for migrants trying to reach Europe. Under the new plan, the two European nations 60

31 October 2018 6:25 PM Karan Beef claims it never intentionally contravened Competition Act

Although Karan Beef acknowledges that a June 2000 agreement it had with Irvin & Johnson (I&J) constituted a contravention of the Competition Act, it emphasised in a statement issued on Wednesday that it never intentionally contravened the law. Karan Beef confirmed in the statement that it agreed with the Competition Commission to pay an administrative 68

31 October 2018 12:37 PM Naspers jumps most since 2014 on double boost from MSCI, Tencent

Naspers soared the most in close on four years Wednesday as investors got two pieces of good news. Naspers benefited from a 5.9% rally in its 31%-owned Tencent Holdings in Hong Kong, the biggest gain for the Chinese internet giant in 2 1/2 weeks. Secondly, index compiler MSCI said overnight it has decided against penalising companies with multiple share 64

29 October 2018 1:22 PM Commission refers firms to Tribunal for cartel conduct in sale of boerewors, beef patties

The Competition Commission announced on Monday that it had referred two beef processing companies - Irvin & Johnson and Karan Beef – to the Competition Tribunal for cartel conduct. “The two companies have been charged with dividing markets in the supply of processed beef products such as beef burger patties, steak sizzlers, crumbed beef steaklett, viennas 61

28 October 2018 6:30 PM Gordhan warns of dangerous fightback against corruption

Johannesburg - South Africa’s recovery from corruption at its state-owned companies requires thorough reform and punishing those responsible, according to Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan. Trust in the government is at 42% for South Africa - versus a median of 47% for members of the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development - a ranking 70

26 October 2018 2:34 PM Maimane pushed to talk about De Lille, 5 DA members who resigned: 'They must be investigated'

DA leader Mmusi Maimane gave the media a torrid time in Polokwane, Limpopo, on Friday after refusing to answer questions relating to developing events in the City of Cape Town. Maimane was in Limpopo on Friday to launch his party's Team One SA campaign and to hand over a memorandum of demands to the Limpopo Economic Development Agency over the Makhado-Musina 71

26 October 2018 6:56 AM Malema's cousin received almost R6m in VBS scandal

EFF leader Julius Malema's cousin has been implicated in irregular payments of almost R6m believed to emanate from the plundering of VBS Mutual Bank, the Mail & Guardian (M&G) reported on Friday. The payments were reportedly made from Sgameka Projects – a company owned by Brian Shivambu, the brother of EFF deputy leader Floyd Shivambu – to Mahuna Investments 96

26 October 2018 6:26 AM Government says it will protect the little man in VBS fallout

Among his last written replies to questions from Members of Parliament, former minister of finance Nhlanhla Nene said any government guarantee to facilitate payment to VBS Mutual Bank would apply to deposits from ordinary clients and not to municipalities and companies. The reply, dated 24 August 2018 for publishing, was released by Parliament on Thursday 63

24 October 2018 7:43 AM Amazon debuts no-fee AmEx card to lure small-business spending

Amazon.com and American Express are upping the ante in their bid for small-business spending. The two companies unveiled a new co-branded card for small businesses on Tuesday. Cardholders with an Amazon Prime membership will be able to choose between an interest-free loan for 90 days or 5% back on purchases made at Amazon.com, Amazon Business, Amazon 101