Three Western Cape pupils have been recognised for their incredible resilience in almost unspeakable circumstances.
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This comes after financial market watchdog the Financial Services Conduct Authority said it would investigate the institute's examination body and stopped it from conducting exams.
The Public Servants Association and the Federation of Unions of South Africa are demanding to inspect Steinhoff’s financial and administrative information in terms of the Companies Act.
The Financial Services Board has imposed a penalty of R100 000 on Avbob after it was found that the funeral insurance provider violated policy holder protection rules.
The FSB has said it has started a formal investigation into trades in Oakbay Resources and Energy, a company controlled by the Guptas, and may seek assistance from international supervisory bodies.
The Financial Services Board has confirmed it is probing unusual trading in foreign exchange futures contracts that spiked at the time of former finance minister Pravin Gordhan’s recall from London in March.
The Registrar of Long-term Insurance has referred a case against Lombard Life to the Enforcement Committee of the Financial Services Board.
The Financial Services Board has fined Discovery Life and Regal Financial Services R2.5m and R200 000 respectively in a matter related to “sign-on bonuses”.
The Financial Services Board has issued a warning regarding doing business with an unauthorised financial services firm.
The Financial Services Board has defended paying high salaries to its management to ensure talent retention as the DA lambasts it for not being in line with other regulators.
Discovery Insure says its promotion to Gautrain users for which it was fined R100 000 was a way to reward clients for costing the short-term insurer less in claims.
The Financial Services Conduct Authority is investigating allegations of irregularities in regulatory examinations of the Financial Planning Institute.
A European investors’ group has recruited a ‘considerable’ number of shareholders locally and abroad in preparation for a class action.
The fifth prospective stock exchange in the country, the South African Financial Exchange, is a step closer to opening its doors for business after it got the thumbs up from the Financial Services Board.
One of the main benefits of a retirement fund is that your investment is protected from creditors, that is, unless you fall behind on your maintenance payments.
A report commissioned by the Financial Services Board has revealed that black and coloured people pay little regard to personal finance and household budget controls.
Parliament is well advised to reject the current Twin Peaks bill and demand that it be properly done before yet another government-induced calamity happens, says an expert.
Free Market Foundation’s Chris Hattingh believes 'Twin Peaks' is more of a ‘Twin Fallacy'. A conservative cost estimate of the bill is R4.8bn per year.
The two stars in South Africa’s financial firmament - Sars and the FSB - need some attention as there are issues which could tarnish their reputation, says an analyst.
Allan Greenblo looks at the potential reasons and scenarios as to why the FSB annual report hasn't been made public.
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