The one positive of this, even if some of it is depressing, is that there'll be life on the other side, writes Adriaan Basson.
The long-awaited and newly released report into wrongdoing at the Public Investment Corporation, which manages civil servant pensions, details a litany of transgressions by its former CEO Dan Matjila.
Iqbal Survé's embattled businesses have quietly redirected money scored from the PIC to apparently pay Independent newspapers' staff.
African Equity Empowerment Investments expects that its financial results for the period to be reported on next will vary by 20% or more when compared to those of the prior reporting period.
A settlement has been reached between the the Federation of Unions of South Africa and its former general secretary Dennis George at the CCMA.
The book Paper Tiger by Alide Dasnois and Chris Whitfield paints an alarming portrait of the head of Sekunjalo Independent Media, writes Ferial Haffajee.
Dr Iqbal Survé is blaming Pravin Gordhan for the raid on his office.
The FSCA on Wednesday raided the Cape Town offices of Survé to collect evidence for a market abuse case.
Technology firm warns of its “imminent demise” if the PIC’s R4.3-billion claim succeeds – but finds it hard to answer some allegations.
The former head of the PIC says he was removed from his job so politically connected people could influence the fund's investment decisions.
According to its latest statement, AYO believes its August 2018 audited results will not have to be restated.
The judicial commission of inquiry into the PIC has found that the public investment body’s transactions with the Sekunjalo Group of companies of Dr Iqbal Survé, disregarded its own policies and standard operating procedures.
The Johannesburg Stock Exchange says that three listed companies may be suspended if they do not submit their annual reports by the end of January.
Ramaphosa appointed the commission in October 2018 to investigate allegations of irregularities at the state-run asset manager.
The perfidy of the two doctors – Dan Matjila and Iqbal Survé – is emerging from a matrix of court documents, evidence at the inquiry into the Public Investment Corporation and other information obtained by amaBhungane.
The state asset manager was updating MPs about plans to recoup investments and loans.
A Western Cape High Court judge has taken the unusual step of making a public statement to deny a claim made by businessman Iqbal Survé that he is a friend of the DA and Minister of Public Enterprises Pravin Gordhan.
Iqbal Survé has alleged a conflict of interest on the part of financial regulator the FSCA.
Dan Matjila has testified that he would have called an extraordinary general meeting to "remedy" problems at JSE-listed IT group AYO Technology Solutions if he were still head of the PIC.
Iqbal Survé’s businesses seem uncomfortably incestuous, given that the Financial Sector Conduct Authority is investigating possible share manipulation at all three of his listed companies. amaBhungane's Dewald van Rensburg unpacks the potential red flags.
AYO Technologies says its interim financial statement for the year ended February 28 show that profit after tax decreased, after the company was ordered by the JSE to conduct a review of its earnings.
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