Despite its commendable set of interim results.
With the attempted assassination of Zimbabwean cigarette baron Simon Rudland in Johannesburg last week.
The best example of which is Curro.
It lends to the poorest of the poor and has created close to 200 000 jobs. How does it do it?
Vultures are circling the bank. The omens are not good.
Payouts have been made on nine events in the past year, including those related to MTN, Tongaat and EOH.
It happened with last week’s interest rate change. SA’s banks disagree – but so did the Bank of Scotland before a court ruled against it. Logically, SA’s legal system should do the same.
One CEO lasted a day, another a week.
Gwede Mantashe stamps his mark on the energy portfolio.
SA is not alone – it’s a global phenomenon.