As the alleged wrongdoing at Bishops Diocesan College shows, equating wealth with virtue is a bad idea, writes Helena Wasserman.
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Motus Holdings has unbundled from Imperial Holdings and and listed independently on the the local bourse.
In the space of just three weeks former Imperial CEO Mark Lamberti's corporate career came crashing down following a race and gender discrimination ruling.
This follows his resignation from the boards of Eskom and Business Leadership South Africa, after a court ruled against him in a race and gender discrimination case.
If Mark Lamberti has any morsel of conscience left, he must accept that his continued presence in the body politic has become intolerable, writes Tebogo Khaas.
South African CEOs share views on their new-found optimism on the back of Cyril Ramaphosa's presidency.
Imperial Holdings has shelved the sale of a German agro-chemical-ingredient business after potential buyers didn’t meet the South African company's R2bn valuation.
Imperial Holdings has fallen for a third consecutive day after the logistics and automotive firm said operating profit will probably decline in the year through June
Imperial Holdings has fallen out of favour with investors over the last 12 months but, with astute management and diversification plans, could it be an attractive option for the long-term?
Auto dealer and logistics group Imperial expects half-year earnings to drop around 11% as a weaker rand hit income from its car import business.
Other than in sub-Saharan Africa, slow growth in industries and regions where Imperial operates has led to challenges as competitors fight for market share.
Imperial Holdings' share price dipped 2.8% on Friday afternoon despite an optimistic announcement ahead of its interim financial results.
Chowan, who sued the Imperial Group's CEO for gender and race discrimination, says it is unfortunate that Imperial's internal governance process was 'compromised' and this has had such serious repercussions for its now former head Mark Lamberti.
This follows his resignation from the board of Eskom after a high court ruled against him in a case where former employee Adila Chowan accused him and Associated Motor Holdings of race and gender discrimination.
Imperial CEO Mark Lamberti has apologised for comments made to former employee Adila Chowan after a court found him guilty of impairing her dignity.
Imperial Holdings CEO Mark Lamberti says he will push ahead with a plan to split the firm next year unless political turmoil or a sovereign rating downgrade forces a delay.
Imperial Holdings says the Competition Tribunal has approved its proposed transaction regarding Regent Group on revised terms.
Political leadership needs to inspire confidence among business leaders to boost investment and economic growth, says Imperial CEO Mark Lamberti.
The Competition Tribunal has approved the merger between Clarkbiz (ultimately owned by Investec) and Uvundlu (controlled by Imperial Holdings).
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Imperial Holdings will buy 70% of Imres BV, a Dutch wholesaler of medical supplies, in the hope of expanding its pharmaceutical distribution in Africa.
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