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Chartered accountant and former banker turned shareholder activist David Woollam has stopped ‘playing nice’ with Tongaat after years of polite and deaf rebuffs.
South African business owners are bracing for hard times after the government tightened lockdown restrictions to limit the spread of Covid-19.
Retirement fund members suspended their contributions across all fund types for an average of four-and-a-half months in 2020 because of Covid-related lockdowns.
China’s Covid-19 vaccine by Sinovac Biotech is set to be approved in South Africa soon, says the South African Health Products Regulatory Authority.
Delphine Govender gives her view of Naspers Prosus as a steward of shareholder funds. “It does feel as though management are aware that shareholders have little in terms of rights.”
SA will dispose of two million J&J Covid-19 vaccines following a US ruling that ingredients for the country’s doses may have been contaminated.
The total assets invested in South African collective investment schemes ended the first quarter of 2021 at a record R2.9trn, which means investors lost out on stock market gains.
South Africa is planning to scrap e-tolls in the nation’s main commercial hub, Gauteng Member of the Executive Council for Transport Jacob Mamabolo said.