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South African Uber competitor Zebra Cabs has just secured R300m in funding from Futuregrowth Asset Management as the battle of the Internet hailing apps hots up. SA Taxi, which owns the Zebra Cabs owner-driver scheme, said on

The economic crisis following President Jacob Zuma’s treasury debacle has finally brought about a convergence of government and business, former Nedbank chairman Reuel Khoza said on Tuesday

In a rather bizarre non-event, trading in MTN shares was suspended for a little over two hours on the JSE on Monday, pending an announcement from the company. Trading however resumed in the

Telkom and Old Mutual have reached a deal in terms of which the telecommunications operator will provide funeral cover to its customers. The first product will offer Telkom’s prepaid customers with “loyalty funeral cover”, underwritten by Old Mutual, valued at

One has to wonder if Eileen Wilton, the eminently likeable CEO of Gijima, rues the day she joined the company as chief operating officer in June 2012. Within months of her taking on the role, Gijima’s then-CEO, Jonas Bogoshi

Personal financial management service 22seven is ditching its monthly subscription fee. Effective 1 September, the company, which was acquired by Old Mutual in January 2013, is offering its services completely free of charge

Vodacom, the top-rated company in the Reputation Institute’s annual National RepTrak Pulse survey last year, has fared “particularly poorly” in the 2014 edition of the survey, falling to sixth position and behind rival MTN. The survey found that there has been a “bloodbath” in company reputations, with the exception

Cinema chain Ster-Kinekor has announced plans to build its first new IMAX theatre in Gauteng, at a Pretoria mall. It’s the second IMAX theatre to be opened in South Africa following the launch last year of the first such facility at the Gateway Theatre of Shopping

Personal financial management service 22seven has cut its monthly subscription fee by more than half, from R60/month to just R25, while adding the ability to track investments, loans, unit trusts and other financial information. Some might see the price cut as a sign of trouble, but the

After an absence of several years, Ster-Kinekor is set to reintroduce IMAX threatres in South Africa, the cinema chain operator’s CEO Fiaz Mahomed revealed on Wednesday. The company has already begun construction of an IMAX theatre at the Gateway Theatre of Shopping north of Durban