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Atterbury’s R6bn mega property project breaks ground in…

Atterbury Property Fund, the unlisted venture of Pretoria-based property investment and development heavyweight Atterbury, has commenced construction on a R6-billion mega project in the capital city. The 200 000m2 Castle Gate mixed-use precinct is being…

Conditional investing calls for a creative approach

There are currently 1 607 unit trusts and exchange-traded funds registered in South Africa. According to analysis by Glacier, just 24 of those are Shari’ah-compliant. The total assets under management in these funds come to…

Mark Cutifani’s vision to reboot SA mining

There was a sense at the Joburg Indaba on Thursday that mining’s long-predicted date with the undertaker may have been postponed. Share and commodity prices are up, profits are rolling in and there were smiles…

The rise of the chief restructuring officer

As South Africa’s state-owned enterprises and private sector companies continue to battle in an ailing economy, there is no doubt that the role of chief restructuring officer (CRO) is catching on.  The appointment of Freeman…

Former Flying Eagles Captain, Isaac Promise Dies At…

Turkish championship side, Austin BOLD FC have confirmed the death of Nigeria international, Isaac Promise, at the age of 31 years, Completesports.com reports. Promise, who once captained Nigeria U20s, Flying Eagles, died on Thursday, Austin…

Trump’s Bad Nixon Imitation May Cost Him the…

Whatever Donald Trump does, Richard Nixon usually did it first and better. Nixon got a foreign government’s help to win a presidential election over 50 years ago. Trump’s imitation of the master has proven far…

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