Discovery will give adult members of its Vitality behaviour change platform 2 500 points for being fully vaccinated against Covid-19 this year.
MTN Group and Sanlam are joining forces to offer insurance products to the telecommunications operator’s hefty subscriber base on the continent, where relatively few have cover.
ICT industry veteran Oliver Fortuin will take over from Byron Clatterbuck as CEO of Seacom with effect from January 2021.
South African fibre broadband provider MetroFibre Networx has raised R1.5-billion in a new funding round led by infrastructure-focused private equity fund manager African Infrastructure Investment Managers.
Fintech is rapidly transforming the very essence of global financial services. Here are predictions for the financial services market for 2020 based on what we’ve observed globally and locally. By Dominique Collett.
When it comes to data, MTN has a problem. While it is selling more of it, it is also under pressure to slash the cost of providing access to the Internet. A solution may lay in financial services.
Shareholders at an unprecedented number of JSE Top 40 companies have, in the past year, voted against remuneration policies and/or their implementation.
Since it started operating in October, the biggest breakthrough for South Africa’s A2X Markets for secondary listings came on a Monday in April. That was when shares in Sanlam, the largest South African-based
Public protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane has ignited a flaring grass fire with recommendations around a R1.2bn bailout paid to a local bank between 1986 and 1995. Known as the Bankorp/Absa lifeboat
Billionaire Patrice Motsepe, along with two former Sanlam veterans, have officially launched a new money management firm called African Rainbow Capital. Motsepe, who is chairman