A global surge in initial public offerings, especially in the technology sector, has so far eluded sub-Saharan Africa.
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African Rainbow Capital Investments is planning to expand its portfolio and has entered negotiations to add a fintech conglomerate to the group.
South African blockchain-based renewable energy start-up Sun Exchange has raised R50-million from a company backed by one of the country’s richest businessmen.
Government will consider a proposal for a once-off wealth tax during an economic recovery planning meeting on Monday, according to a report on Sunday.
African Rainbow Capital Investments has attached a remarkable R13.1-billion valuation to Rain, giving it a value 40% above Telkom’s current market capitalisation.
Eskom is said to be considering the sale of smaller assets as the state-owned power utility weighs solutions to a liquidity crisis that contributed to a wave of rolling blackouts.
TymeBank, owned by South African billionaire Patrice Motsepe, has started signing up customers for its new online bank, one of a number of entrants planning to steal clients away from traditional lenders.
TymeDigital by Commonwealth Bank SA has become the first new bank to receive an operating licence from the South African Reserve Bank since 1999. The bank, set to become a full service digital bank, currently
African Rainbow Capital’s banking partner is close to getting a licence that it wants to use to challenge the dominance of South Africa’s biggest lenders. The Commonwealth Bank of Australia has said it will sell 10% of Tyme
African Rainbow Capital, the black-owned investment company chaired by billionaire Patrice Motsepe, has acquired a 20% stake in 4G/LTE operator Rain (formerly Wireless Business Solutions). The value of the deal