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ANC secretary general Ace Magashulethe says the donation from controversial businessman Dr Iqbal Survé to the Western Cape ANC is a "thing of the past".
Technology firm warns of its “imminent demise” if the PIC’s R4.3-billion claim succeeds – but finds it hard to answer some allegations.
According to its latest statement, AYO believes its August 2018 audited results will not have to be restated.
AEEI founder Iqbal Survé has said he is willing to come before the PIC commission of inquiry, if he is given enough notice due to his "international diary". He also wants enough time in the hot seat "to set the record straight".
Almost everyone who has acquired a significant number of shares in Ayo Technology Solutions since its JSE listing in December is tied somehow to Iqbal Survé and his family’s Sekunjalo Investments, the ultimate parent of Ayo.
Sagarmatha Technologies, the parent company that is aiming to corral the assets of Iqbal Surve’s Independent Media empire, is set to announce the results of its share placement.
Sagarmatha Technologies, which aims to bring together assets of Iqbal Survé's media empire, has again postponed the date of its JSE listing to give private investors more time to snap up private placement shares.
The Public Investment Corporation has disclosed details of 250 investments in its R44.6m unlisted portfolio, as well as a R1.275bn investment in Independent Media Group.
A company the Sekunjalo Group "disposed of" in 2007 has appeared in the Panama Papers, and has been linked to various other offshore entities.
The Right2Know campaign has called for an editorial charter and an editorial advisory board at Independent Newspapers following the alleged removal of Cape Times editor Alide Dasnois.
Sekunjalo will oppose a R1bn lawsuit Gupta-owned Oakbay Investments has lodged against chairperson Iqbal Survé and ex-PIC head Dan Matjila.
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.
The GEPF had no reason to update Sekunjalo executive chair Iqbal Survé about the way in which the PIC handled its investment in AYO, head of the fund Abel Sithole told Fin24.
The commission of inquiry into state asset manager the Public Investment Corporation has driven a spike through the heart of the PIC’s controversial R4.3bn investment in Ayo Technology Solutions.
Sagarmatha Technologies, the parent company that was aiming to corral the assets of Iqbal Survé’s media empire under a new roof, will not list on the JSE this week after it failed to submit the correct documents in time.
The Black Business Council says it has concluded a transaction to buy 6 million shares in Sagarmatha Technologies, the holding company which aims to corral the assets of Iqbal Survé's media empire.
A company that will include many of the media assets in businessman Iqbal Survé’s empire expects to list on the JSE next week with a market cap of almost R50bn.
Last night, Independent Newspapers chairman Iqbal Survé sent Alec Hogg a link to something he clearly wanted published on Biznews. Have a read.
Sekunjalo Investments has announced through the Johannesburg Stock Exchange News Service that Iqbal Survé has resigned as chairperson.
Independent News and Media SA chair Iqbal Surve has penned a year-end letter to staff, detailing reasons for the removal of Cape Times editor Alide Dasnois.
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