Soria Hay, Head of Corporate Finance at Bravura calls on Black Women Graduates: “The fast-paced world of Corporate Finance is calling. If you are a top academic performer, [...]
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The Minister of Trade and Industry, Dr Rob Davies says that the Amended Financial Sector Code (“FSC”) is now a legally binding document on all entities and organisations [...]
The new Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba delivered South Africa’s 2017 medium term budget policy statement against the backdrop of glaring revenue shortfalls, ever-increasing debt to GDP and allegations [...]
When a company’s strategic focus turns to equity raising, it is critical for the company to determine what type of investor will best support the company’s strategic imperatives [...]
Melanie De Nysschen discusses mandatory audit rotation on CNBC Africa, kykNET and Business Day TV – September 2017
Melanie De Nysschen discusses the importance of mandatory auditor rotation in light of the KPMG fallout over its long-standing relationship with Gupta related entities. Watch Here: CNBC Africa [...]
The KPMG fall-out after the Gupta-related entity audits and the South African Revenue Service (SARS) "rogue unit" report must be the biggest scandal so far in the South [...]
The R600 million train blunder that broke in July 2015 is still fresh in the memory of corporate South Africa. The Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (Prasa) [...]
Duval van Zijl, an analyst at Bravura, an independent investment banking firm specialising in corporate finance and structured solutions with a presence in South Africa, Namibia, Mauritius and [...]
Cape Town – Another tax loophole is about to slam shut for South Africans who use interest-free or low interest loans made to a company-connected person in relation [...]