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Rand Merchant Bank CEO James Formby explains to Alec Hogg why his company has become Rowing South Africa's headline sponsor. Rowing, Olympic Games, Competition, Sport, Deporte, Excercise, Sports, Exercise
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RMB gets Thinking, Pulling, Together - alignment of values becomes breakthrough for SA Rowing - BizNews.com

Rand Merchant Bank (RMB) CEO James Formby explains to Alec Hogg why his company has become Rowing South Africa's headline sponsor.

PIC says it is forming a group of black investors to buy a stake in Barclays Africa in a bid to ensure it comes back under the control of South Africans.

Barclays Africa bid: PIC-backed Motsepe vs Diamond. Local is likely winner. - BizNews.com

PIC says it is forming a group of black investors to buy a stake in Barclays Africa in a bid to ensure it comes back under the control of South Africans.

Are plans afoot to move SAA from the Finance Ministry to Presidency?

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The Competition Commission has published the preliminary findings and proposed recommendations of the liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) market inquiry for public comment.

CompComm publishes preliminary LPG market inquiry findings

The Competition Commission has published the preliminary findings and proposed recommendations of the liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) market inquiry for public comment. Among the findings is the commission’s concern about structural impediments to competition, which could hinder the growth of the LPG industry, as well as “significant bottlenecks” in the regulatory environment, which would restrict the ability of potential competitors to enter and/or expand in the LPG industry. The commission…

Anheuser-Busch InBev and SABMiller Reach an Agreement on Merger, Would Create Largest Global Brewer

Mailbox: Never mess with a man’s beer – why regulators got SAB/AB InBev wrong - BizNews.com

Frederick Liebenberg explores the regulatory stipulations put in place for the SAB Miller, AB InBev merger and he believes they’ve missed the point.

The beer giants (almost) have a deal that could profoundly alter the global beer market.

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AB InBev closes in on US nod for SAB merger | Fin24

The US Justice Department is poised to approve AB InBev's takeover of SABMiller in an agreement that may include ways to keep the beer behemoth from edging craft brewers.

E-tolls collection firm no longer in SA hands

E-tolls collection firm no longer in SA hands

The company collecting payments for the contentious e-toll system in Gauteng is now fully owned by the Austrian conglomerate Kapsch. This was confirmed on Tuesday with the divestment of the only BEE partner in TMT Services and Supplies, which with Kapsch Trafficom made up the e-tolls collections company ETC.

SAA steps back from BnP Capital agreement

Call for SAA business rescue amid funding woes

The recent High Court judgment ordering South African Airways (SAA) to pay Nationwide Airlines more than R104.6-million in damages for uncompetitive practices means the national carrier now has no wriggling room left, Alf Lees, the DA's deputy shadow minister of finance, said on Thursday. He pointed out that the remaining R99-million SAA can borrow against its R15-billion government guarantee is not enough to meet the Nationwide judgment that is likely to amount to some R140-million once…

Alec Hogg sat down with RMB's Dale Wood to get a deeper understanding of Mediclinic's reverse takeover of UAE-based Al Noor Hospitals Group.

Dale Wood: The building blocks for Mediclinic's expansion. A South African first. - BizNews.com

Alec Hogg sat down with RMB's Dale Wood to get a deeper understanding of Mediclinic's reverse takeover of UAE-based Al Noor Hospitals Group.

Now, you can sip that ice cold brew without feeling guilty. The world's largest beer manufacturer, Anheuser-Busch InBev NV, has vowed to completely shift from fossil fuels by including investing in their own renewable energy sources Ab Inbev, Beer Maker, Entertainment Blogs, Renewable Sources Of Energy, Bud Light, Brewing Company, Brewery, Beer Bottle, Worlds Largest

SABMiller trillion rand deal now in disarray | Fin24

AB InBev’s R1.47trn takeover bid for SABMiller was thrown into disarray after the target company suspended integration of the two brewers following a rebellion from shareholders.

This week, I lost a childhood friend to drugs and alcohol. My friend was a brilliant musician and talented artist, but he was also dependent on benzodiazepine to function. If he was in pain, my friend never spoke about it.

SA Champion Aspen targets China, to hire 500 reps in assault on Asian giant - BizNews.com

Aspen plans to increase its Chinese presence as it ramps up distribution of its low-cost pharmaceuticals in the world’s most populous country.

Jeff Patterson tells the Fourex story. Their invention, an ATM-like box which accepts and distributes notes and coins, is reshaping worldwide forex. Master Class, Pitch, Inventions, Competition, Unicorn, London, Business, Coins, Box

Business masterclass: SA-bred "Unicorn" goes from London Pitch to Very Rich - BizNews.com

Jeff Patterson tells the Fourex story. Their invention, an ATM-like box which accepts and distributes notes and coins, is reshaping worldwide forex.

BHP fighting rollercoaster legal battle over Brazil dam collapse

BHP fighting rollercoaster legal battle over Brazil dam collapse

Legal claims and appeals in BHP Billiton’s rollercoaster legal battle in Brazil are obscuring the size of the potential eventual payout, which is oscillating between a hoped-for $2.3-billion claim and the return of a suspended $6.2-billion – with the ghost of a monumental nine-times-bigger claim refusing to go away. “BHP Billiton has suffered a fresh setback in Brazil,” the Sydney Morning Herald said in a report quoting Shaw and Partners analyst Peter O'Connor as saying that, under Brazilian…

South Africa's Competition Tribunal approved the blockbuster buyout of SABMiller by the world's top brewer AB InBev, subject to conditions.

SABMiller, InBev deal one step closer

South Africa's Competition Tribunal approved the blockbuster buyout of SABMiller by the world's top brewer AB InBev, subject to conditions.

MTN shares soar after it agrees to Nigeria fine payment.

MTN shares soar after it agrees to Nigeria fine payment | Fin24

MTN shares have risen as much as 21% on the JSE after the company said it will pay 330 billion naira (R24.94bn) over three years to the Nigerian government to settle a fine.