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The Public Servants Association expressed says all parties had agreed in principle that no state-owned enterprise will be assisted, until they're satisfied governance has improved. Tahir Maepa from Public Servants Association speaks to Moneyline.
JOHANNESBURG 03 February 2018 - Viceroy founder Fraser Perring says the research house is surprised at the South African Reserve Bank's support of Capitec bank. Last week Viceroy released a scathing report describing Capitec as a loan shark.
Eskom's weakening liquidity has led to Fitch downgrading its rating. Market Analyst, Viv Govender joins Moneyline to discuss the eskom downgrade and more .
The capitec report by viceroy released on tuesday has again raised the spotlight on reckless lending in South Africa. Neil Roets is CEO of Debt Rescue discusses whether consumers are protected from this kind of lending.
Capitec has responded to South African fund manager Benguela’s letter of concerns about its business practices. While the bank’s major shareholder PSG has also called for a probe into Viceroy Research. Chartered accountant and social activist, Khaya Sitho
The South African Chamber of Mines says the newly-appointed ANC leadership has the potential to mend the breakdown between stakeholders and assist in regaining investor confidence. Head of Mining at Werksmans, Chris Stevens, speaks to Moneyline.
New research reveals that South African small businesses are at risk of being left behind, if they don’t adopt new technologies. The latest survey by accounting firm, Xero, shows a large portion of companies questioned still use old technology.
To discuss investment opportunities and prospects in Africa this year, Moneyline is joined by Managing Director for Emerging Markets & Africa at Deloitte Africa, Martyn Davies.
For a closer look at the state of corporate governance in the country, Moneyline is joined by author of Corporate Governance and illicit conduct, Peter Goss.