KPMG woes worry SARB

As banks are required by regulations to have two auditing firms, their ability to rotate auditors could be at risk if KPMG goes under.

S&P cuts China's credit rating citing increasing economic, financial risks

The downgrade follows a similar demotion by Moody's Investors Service in May.

Steinhoff Retail Africa shares surge upon JSE debut

Africa's largest retailer saw strong demand from investors.

Relief expected for consumers as Reserve Bank expected to cut rates

Inflation levels eased in recent months and analysts said the outlook remains favourable for the next two years.

GE to sell corporate jets in cost-cutting move

GE owns several jets and helicopters that have been used by executives for global travel, both for efficiency and security.

German economy to grow robustly in third quarter: finance minister

Europe's biggest economy is enjoying a consumer-led upswing, propelled by record-high employment, rising real wages and low borrowing costs.

Banks warn ahead of May's speech

It cautioned that companies are already moving jobs overseas because of Britain's decision to leave the European Union.

Business is booming for Toys "R" Us in SA

The local franchise of Toys "R" Us is planning to open seven new stores despite the international group filing for bankruptcy protection.


Money matters: Attitude to retirement

Maya Fisher-French looks at how to make your money work towards your retirement.


What to do if you find an erroneous deposit in your bank account

A legal expert warns that spending money that doesn’t belong to you is a crime.

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