Author: Sungula Nkabinde

It’s official. The Johannesburg Stock Exchange is no longer the only game in town. ZAR X announced on Wednesday that the Financial Services Board has granted it a stock exchange licence that enables the company to operate as such, providing a

Roads agency Sanral on Monday made known its intention to issue “high-value civil summonses against mostly companies”. Alex van Niekerk, project manager for the Gauteng Freeway Improvement Project, said this is the end of the

The largest solar farm ever completed in the southern hemisphere, Africa and the Middle East region is now in operation and has the ability to provide power to approximately 75 000 South African homes every year. The 175MW, 473-hectare facility is

A recent spate of Sim-swap fraud cases saw First National Bank and MTN South Africa portrayed as the least trustworthy companies in their respective industries. Dozens of people have fallen victim to the Sim-swap scam, having hundreds of thousands of rand

When it comes to saving money and cutting costs, most financial advisers will tell you not to renew your cellphone contract and switch to prepaid. But this is not necessarily the best option if you still want the latest smartphone. According to Antony

The gaming industry appears to be immune to the global economic downturn. According to US-based technology advisory firm Digi-Capital, global games software revenue is forecast to grow from US$90bn in 2016 to $115bn by 2020

The South African Financial Exchange has joined a growing list of new exchanges angling to destabilise the JSE’s monopoly over South Africa’s equities market. Its founder, Francois Venter, is a chartered