Bravura Alumni Society May 2019 Spotlight Alana Bond – Co-founder and Director of Simanye When interviewed by Bravura as part of our twenty year celebrations, and asked about [...]
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In October 2003, Gerald Fox (56), a prominent Johannesburg businessman, was fatally shot in Cleveland when a gang of thirteen robbers entered his premises and held up staff. [...]
The BBEE empowerment commissions says triple BEE transactions are lagging in the area of compliance with fronting being flagged yet again as a key problem. But broadly what [...]
South Africans are waiting expectantly for a credit rating announcement from Moody’s Investor Service, the only credit rating agency yet to downgrade the country to junk status. Whether [...]
As South Africa enters its third wave of empowerment deals, the use of trusts as an ownership vehicle continues to rankle the Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment (B-BBEE) Commission. [...]
In July last year, Bravura launched its graduate programme aimed specifically at Black female graduates. In keeping with Bravura’s talent acquisition strategy, the benchmark was set high for [...]
It is not easy for a young woman to make her mark in the investment banking industry. Globally, the domain of investment banking remains a fortress of male [...]
In 2000, Bravura assisted JSE-listed HCI, one of the first-generation broad-based black economic empowerment companies in South Africa, to acquire Vukani Gaming (Pty) Limited (“Vukani”), formerly known as [...]
Bravura Alumni Society February 2019 Spotlight Neil Grobbelaar – Group CEO of Real People Neil Grobbelaar is the Group Chief Executive Officer of Real People, a micro-finance company [...]
The stakes have never been higher, and despite Minister Tito Mboweni’s always-jovial presence in parliament as he tabled Budget 2019, his words prepared us for the bitter medicine that [...]