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THE JSE AND BLACK OWNERSHIP Centuries of colonial domination in Africa, including South Africa, left countries either without their own bourses or stock exchanges still heavily weighted against black ownership
Has the lack of economic and political will delayed the growth of black-owned companies on the JSE? There are several factors, says politician and development economist, Professor
21 Feb 2018
NURTURING WEALTH Nisela Capital’s MD's plans to lead the company into the black industrialist space
Nisela Capital’s star is rising. Just five years after being founded in 2011, the company acquired Genrec Engineering from JSE-listed Murray and Roberts Holdings in a R185
28 Mar 2017
A TIME FOR GIVING Can companies do well by doing good?
South African businesses invested R8.1 billion in corporate social investment (CSI) during the 2014/15 financial year, an important financial quantum on the triple bottom line
28 Mar 2017
JSE's EMPOWERMENT SEGMENT Vodacom’s YeboYethu shares list on the JSE’s Empowerment Segment
YeboYethu, Vodacom’s BEE scheme, recently listed on the Empowerment Segment in the telecommunications sector of the JSE’s main board. YeboYethu was incorporated
10 Oct 2016
TRANSFORMATION Taking stock
Examining how the Black Economic Empowerment legislation of 2003 benefited South African businesses and looking at ways the revised legislation can improve company success and in turn transform the economy.
26 Jun 2015
INVESTMENT The advantages of off-shore investments
Taking a look at the current most attractive countries for African businessmen and –women to invest in.
18 May 2015
OPINION Engineering women
Are women in engineering stepping up to the challenge of taking positions of leadership in the engineering profession?
21 Jul 2014
JSE Transfroming brand identity
The Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) recently revealed its new brand which demonstrates the bourse’s identity as a modern African marketplace that connects investors to growth opportunities globally.
29 Apr 2014
Budget 2014 How will your portfolio be affected?
The upcoming 2014/15 Budget speech on 26 February 2014 is essentially about four specific areas for South African investors.
24 Feb 2014
Sibanye shares back up Shares showing positive growth
Sibanye Gold shares rose by 5% on the JSE on last week, reaching R13.70, close to where it was earlier this year after splitting off from Gold Fields.
30 Sep 2013




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