11.7.2020 05:05 am
No window-dressing: 60% ownership with clear voting rights.
The dictionary defines “Joe Public” as “an ordinary member of the general public”.
The fact that no tax policy announcements were made indicates that Treasury requires more time to contemplate these changes.
Finance Minister Tito Mboweni doesn’t seem to have Ramaphosa’s backing, and his decisions are being hampered because alliance partners are pulling in different directions, they say.
‘Respondents noted that sales were reduced in the past three months and they were expecting it to reduce significantly in the future.’
In conversation with new tax ombud CEO Thabo Legwaila.
An asset manager has urged young South Africans to become investment-savvy.
A look at PSG, Coronation, Trencor and more.
The TLU SA says the chaos surrounding the opening of schools proves government’s ‘incompetence and inadequacy’ and it would be better to just let people take responsibility for their own safety.
March was ‘a catastrophe’, with the start of lockdown resulting in the total closure of its portfolio.
Was Patel’s laughing stock of a clothing list the proverbial last straw?
Nick Hudson and his team maintain there should be far fewer deaths in SA than current models about Covid-19 are projecting, and one of the reasons is probably that more people are already effectively immune than we are accounting for.
Esor follows Group Five in confirming its impending JSE delisting, while Basil Read’s listing future is uncertain.