Two Gugulethu entrepreneurs applied on Tuesday to the court of the Commissioner of Patents in Pretoria for an interdict to stop Nedbank from using a card-blocking system they say was stolen from them.
Author Ciaran Ryan
Forward-thinking businesses in South Africa are now starting to confront life without Eskom by putting plans in place to generate their own energy.
Civil society group Corruption Watch wants five former Eskom board members declared delinquent directors.
Numsa says President Cyril Ramaphosa has confirmed its worst fears: that the ANC plans to privatise state-owned enterprises.
Roads agency Sanral has thrown in the towel over e-toll debts older than three years and written off R3.6bn in the 2017 financial year relating to this debt. However, it will continue in its attempts to recover unpaid e-tolls by pursuing
Last week, the Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse (Outa) barred roads agency Sanral from pleading 55 cases against its members in court on the grounds that it had not followed court procedures and had delayed presenting its cases in court
Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse raised some interesting questions about roads agency Sanral’s 2016 annual report, which came out recently – specifically Sanral’s lack of enthusiasm for writing off
With SABMiller out of the JSE Top 40, Naspers now accounts for roughly a fifth of the index – a risk for anyone tethering their savings to the index. Naspers trades on a price-earnings multiple of about 100, which is perilously close to