Shareholders at an unprecedented number of JSE Top 40 companies have, in the past year, voted against remuneration policies and/or their implementation.
Author Hilton Tarrant
Eight MTN Group executives netted over 1.3 million shares in the telecommunications giant, valued at R116.9-million at the market price when they were issued at the end of December.
Perhaps the only real surprise in yesterday’s public unveiling of Discovery Bank was the lack of any pricing information.
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Mobile operators have begun distinguishing between different kinds of traffic and providing differentiated data bundles for streaming and social media services.
Telkom CEO Sipho Maseko has urged policymakers to “anticipate what the problems will be in 2025” and to look at regulation holistically instead of dealing with each on a standalone basis.
While several significant changes to First National Bank’s popular eBucks rewards programme kick in this month, the tightening up of earn rules across all accounts means that rewards are now capped at far stricter levels
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