August 24, 2017



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Octogenarians rule the rich

Wealthy Americans over 80 control more assets than those under 50.

Naspers: Looking beyond the impact of Tencent

Shareholder activist Theo Botha calls on asset owners, managers to vote for more disclosure.

New-look Murray & Roberts ‘ready for up-cycle’

Share price down 4.34% ahead of annual results.

SA considers Telkom stake sale to fund SAA bailout – Treasury

SAA would not be allowed to "go under" - Sfiso Buthelezi.

Sale of Greece’s National Bank’s SA unit gets green light

As part of an EU-approved restructuring plan.

The significance of Allan Gray speaking out on Naspers

It should give more asset managers the confidence to raise their concerns, even if only in private.

Rumours swirl around Guptas’ Sahara Computers

As other assets owned by the controversial family are sold off in quick succession.

‘SA economy is stuck’

But corporates optimistic about long term, STANLIB’s Kevin Lings says.

Crisis puts waste treatment under the spotlight

There are significant opportunities around wastewater that is easily treatable.

Denel fights losing battle

Remains dependant on guarantees, borrowings.

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