There are hundreds if not thousands of public servants who are facing disciplinary action - they did not benefit directly, writes Melanie Verwoerd.
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The cash-strapped flag carrier says the loan is needed to keep it operating until the end of the financial year in March.
The national taxi association that is to own a quarter of financier SA Taxi says it will use profits to professionalise the minibus taxi industry – with safety a key concern.
Sierra Leone's new government has scrapped a contract with a Chinese bank to build an airport, bluntly declaring it 'uneconomical'. Instead it will use an existing, underused airport and improve access to it.
Capitec CEO Gerrie Fourie highlights the way credit life cover is charged as one of two areas that need urgent attention in the unsecured lending market.
Futuregrowth Asset Management said it didn’t tell Transnet to remove CEO Siyabonga Gama after the state entity said auditors couldn’t give its 2018 financial results a clean bill of health.
Steinhoff International won support from a majority of creditors to restructure its debt.
Capitec says it is committed to transparency as it prepares a direct response to the latest jab from short-seller Viceroy.
Eskom said government lifelines helped improve its financial performance, as it accounted to Parliament on the impact of the funds it received for recapitalisation and debt relief.
China is relaxing rules governing how much banks must set aside to cover bad loans, a sign that regulators are comfortable the lenders are sound enough to extend additional credit.
Eskom Chief Financial Officer Calib Cassim has said the regulator's decision on its tariff applications is important in helping to ensure the power utility's financial and operational sustainability.
A rout in the once-hot market for risky corporate loans has some of Wall Street’s largest banks stuck with at least $1.6bn of unwanted leveraged buyout debt.
Short-term micro-lending Finbond says the inability to automatically deduct money from social grant recipients in SA is limiting its ability to issue new loans. This is how its loans in North America compare with those in SA.
DA demands full details about a R370bn loan allegedly negotiated by President Cyril Ramaphosa with China.
The Banking Association of South Africa says the amount of money that the four largest banks in SA loaned to farmers increased from R133bn in late 2017 to R148bn in mid-2018.
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South African financial services institution Finbond has released strong year-end results all round.
Steinhoff International acting CEO Danie van der Merwe has repaid a R26.4m loan backed by company shares that he took out a week before the retailer’s stock collapsed.
The Philippines' chief economist said his country needs "more friends," as relations with China finally warm.
Banks could be some of the biggest losers if expropriation without compensation takes place, with clients potentially defaulting en masse on loans.
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