WATCH: How the JSE hit Steinhoff with R13.5m in fines
JSE director of issuer regulation Andre Visser talks to Business Day TV about the fine issued to Steinhoff
Business Day TVPicture: 123RF/INSTINIAThe JSE has hit Steinhoff with fines of R13.5m, which includes a maximum penalty of R7.5m for incorrect, false and misleading statements. Read more: Business Day »
WATCH: A roundup of IOL’s Top 5 stories this week
From the drama around retrenchments at the SABC and Jacob Zuma facing off against Justice Zondo to the escape of Shepherd Bushiri, these are the stories that engaged IOL readers this week.
Steinhoff hit with R13.5m in JSE fines for faulty financialsThe figure includes the maximum permissable fine for false, misleading and incorrect results, and other fines related to not disclosing transactions Faulty financials.. I love being white and there is nothing you can do about it
JSE fines Steinhoff R13.5mThe Johannesburg Stock Exchange has fined embattled retailer Steinhoff for breaching its listing requirements. When is the NPA_Prosecutes criminally charging the ppl responsible? When are the hawks camping Kid's gloves.
MARKET WRAP: Rand and JSE gain for third day as markets await update on US stimulusThe rand has gained 2% against the dollar since September 1
JSE faces subdued Asian markets on Tuesday as focus remains on USAll eyes are on US negotiations over a second stimulus package to offset the economic impact of Covid-19
MARKET WRAP: Markets boosted by renewed US stimulus hopes, JSE banks leapThe week ahead will be driven by US stimulus talks, with markets appearing certain a deal will come before the election, said one analyst
JSE firms as US stimulus optimism lifts marketsBut it is difficult to say whether a bill will be approved or not, one analyst says They say ' a fool and his money are easily parted'.....!