EOH CEO on interim results, turnaround strategy and legacy issues

EOH CEO on interim results, turnaround strategy and legacy issues

EOH CEO Stephen Van Coller joined the BizNews Power Hour to share his fixing strategies and what the future holds for shareholders.EOH may be the largest technology service provider business in Africa, but it has seen its fair share of bad publicity and a massive drop in its share price. CEO Stephen

  Jarryd Neves
CEO of Satrix on ABSA money market fund and partnership with EasyEquities

CEO of Satrix on ABSA money market fund and partnership with EasyEquities

CEO Helena Conradie joined the BizNews Power Hour to share her views on cryptocurrency. Conradie said Satrix will not close their money market fund.Satrix CEO Helena Conradie joined Alec Hogg on the BizNews Power Hour to share her views on cryptocurrency as an asset or currency. Her response to Absa

  Jarryd Neves
Emile Du Toit of Harith General Partners on $200m capital raise

Emile Du Toit of Harith General Partners on $200m capital raise

" [If] you can mitigate the risks properly, you can find your better deals in some of the more risky countries", says the MD of Harith General Partners.Du Toit, who has over 11 years of Corporate Finance experience, joined the BizNews Power Hour to talk about doing things differently. Harith General

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EOH streamlines operations as loss narrows

EOH streamlines operations as loss narrows

Under the helm of Stephen van Coller, EOH has managed to streamline its operations ensuring the long-term sustainability of the business.Embroiled information and technology services company EOH announced its interims for its half-year ended January, with the once-high flying darling of the JSE impl

  Justin Rowe-Roberts
Kokkie Kooyman weighs in on Absa money market fund closure

Kokkie Kooyman weighs in on Absa money market fund closure

South African bank Absa announced its decision to close its money market fund. Banking analyst Kokkie Kooyman and Alec Hogg unpack the details.One of South Africa’s largest commercial banks, Absa Group Limited, announced yesterday that it will be closing its money market fund. The fund – which repor

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Alibaba relieved as regulatory storm ends with record fine

Alibaba relieved as regulatory storm ends with record fine

Alibaba has thanked regulators for increasing oversight after the company received a record antitrust fine.Alibaba CEO Jack Ma waved a red flag in the face of Chinese President Xi Jinping when he compared the nation’s financial markets to pawn shops in a presentation ahead of the planned initial pub

  Melani Nathan
Gupta modus operandi: David Cameron caught up in Greensill masterclass

Gupta modus operandi: David Cameron caught up in Greensill masterclass

Former UK Prime Minister David Cameron breaks his silence on his controversial lobbying for Greensill Capital, which collapsed last month.The collapse of Greensill Capital left many investors in serious trouble, including entire German municipalities, that invested heavily in the start-up. One of th

  Melani Nathan
Chris Logan unpacks Cartrack’s ‘complicated transition’ to Nasdaq

Chris Logan unpacks Cartrack’s ‘complicated transition’ to Nasdaq

Foreigners who appreciated the growth potential have bought up most of the free float. It's eventually culminated in Cartrack moving to Nasdaq.Chris Logan joined the BizNews Power Hour to unpack Cartrack’s listing on the Nasdaq. Logan has invested in the company for quite a long time, making him wel

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The magic of compound interest – On the Money with Jarryd Neves

The magic of compound interest – On the Money with Jarryd Neves

The benefits of compound interest explored and explained. Plus, our experts answer your questions on saving and retirement annuities.On the Money. Budding stock market investor Jarryd Neves, of BizNews, sends out an invitation to everyone who wants to ask questions about share investing – but is too

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Naspers spin-off Prosus intends to reduce Tencent stake by 2%; shares slip

Naspers spin-off Prosus intends to reduce Tencent stake by 2%; shares slip

Naspers spin-off Prosus has announced its intention to reduce its stake in Tencent by 2%, selling over 190 million shares in the process. To put the proposed sale into perspective, Prosus will raise over R200bn from the 2% sale of Tencent, which is being sold to investment banks Citigroup, Goldman S

  Justin Rowe-Roberts