Another South African is making headlines in the US. Pierre Naudé is the CEO of the global fintech company nCino, which listed on the Nasdaq stock exchange on Tuesday.
Author: Ryk van Niekerk
Eskom remains the single largest fiscal threat to South Africa. And despite many promises from the president, he is yet to release a restructuring plan or appoint a permanent CEO of the utility.
Naspers CEO Bob van Dijk has insisted in a radio interview that the MultiChoice board must take responsibility to deal with allegations swirling around the pay-television operator. Naspers will only step in if the MultiChoice
After more than three months of vehement denials of stirring racial tension in South Africa while working for the Gupta family, UK-based PR firm Bell Pottinger fired four employees who worked on the account. The
Telkom reported stellar results on Monday, proving that privatisation is the only real option to solve the dire financial positions and the criminal lack of corporate governance at virtually all of South Africa’s state-owned enterprises. The reported results
The cellular industry may soon become the victim of the next wave of disruptive technology, much as this industry virtually destroyed traditional fixed-line telephony in the late 1990s. This may happen sooner than many think
There are a couple of South Africans who are making their mark across the world. One of them is Sequoia Capital partner Roelof Botha, who has become something of a Silicon Valley superstar. Forbes recently named this South African as one of the
So, the Gupta brothers have called South Africa quits. Although it is not really surprising, as virtually everyone but the president and his family have taken a hostile stance against the family, the swiftness of their departure has raised a few eyebrows