WeThinkCode, the software developer training academy that opened in Johannesburg five years ago, is expanding geographically, with plans to open a campus in Durban.
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Business leaders are ratcheting up pressure on President Cyril Ramaphosa to re-open the economy more swiftly, warning that the devastation wreaked by a lockdown could exceed damage caused by the pandemic.
Chairman Koos Bekker countered criticism that Naspers relies too heavily on its $132bn stake in Chinese media company Tencent by reminding investors that they would have been a lot poorer if he’d given in to similar pressure
Naspers shareholder Allan Gray plans to vote against the remuneration policy of Africa’s biggest company because it isn’t aligned to the performance of the business outside a stake in Chinese media giant Tencent. Naspers
Net1 UEPS Technologies’ largest shareholders, International Finance Corp and Allan Gray, have welcomed the company’s decision to terminate the consulting contract of former CEO Serge Belamant, which would
Net1 UEPS Technologies, the group whose subsidiary, Cash Paymaster Services, controversially manages South Africa’s welfare payments system, has terminated the services of its former CEO, Serge Belamant, it said on
Net1 UEPS Technologies’ two largest shareholders, the International Finance Corp and Allan Gray, have expressed shock at the whopping R265m golden handshake that outgoing CEO Serge Belamant will be paid.
Allan Gray, one of South Africa’s biggest money managers, said it’s “increasingly concerned” over the running of Net1 UEPS Technologies, a company whose lending practices to people on welfare have been criticised as unethical by
Allan Gray, the second biggest shareholder in Net1 UEPS Technologies, said it will work with the company’s board after it highlighted concerns about its communication with its investors
Net1 UEPS Technologies’ second biggest shareholder said that if the company concludes a new welfare distribution contract with the South African Social Security Agency it would welcome further controls on how payment