Absa Launches UK Branch After Rebranding

CEO Maria Ramos during the Absa rebranding launch held at the Johannesburg Stock Exchange on July 11, 2018 in Sandton, South Africa. Barclays Africa changed its name back to Absa, in a rebranding aimed at underlining its South African roots as Britain’s Barclays gradually retreats from Africa, ending a 100-year history. (PICTURE Gallo Images / Sunday Times / Alon Skuy)

LONDON: Absa, which recently rebranded following its separation from Barclays, has announced the launch of its UK office. The bank and financial services group described the move as part of a growth strategy as “investors […]

Land Reform Debate Will Continue To Fuel Uncertainty – Moody’s

Philipina Ndamane holds up some of the vegetables she has grown in the Abalama Bezehkaya garden in Guguletu, Cape Town, South Africa on the 9th June, 2009. The Abalami Bezehkaya project, teaches people better farming techniques and sells fresh produce weekly to generate incomes for the farmers involved. PICTURE: Brown Political Review

JOHANNESBURG: Government data show more than two-thirds of farmland is owned by whites, who constitute 7.8% of the country’s 57.7 million people. Policy uncertainty which still linger in South Africa over land reform laws are formulated and […]

‘White Youth Need To Join ANCYL’ – Nzuza

Outgoing ANCYL Secreatry General Njabulo Nzuza. PICTURE: Mail Images

JOHANNESBURG: He insisted that the league, like its mother body, could not exist as just an organization for black Africans. The ANC Youth League‘s (ANCYL) policies on the economy and land do not mean that […]