One Balwin's assets in Cape Town (Image: Balwin)


A transaction that will set the pace for future Broad Based Black Economic Empowerment (BBBEE) deals involving entities within the property sector is at an advanced stage. Balwin Properties Group, South Africa’s largest sectional title developer, is selling a stake Read the full story

How American President’s policies could drive B-BBEE in South Africa

American President, Donald Trump’s inclusive policies coupled with China’s, France and Germany’s introspection on development investment could create a global economy riddled with isolation policies, that’s according to Oriole Consulting, a legal consultancy firm based in Johannesburg. Natalie Grundlingh, a Read the full story

Banks and government behind South Africa’s failure to transform its economy

South Africa suffers from high levels of poverty, racism and inequality. This can be entirely attributed to centuries of conflict between white settlers and indigenous Africans. This is according to Senior Lecturer at the Wits University’s Graduate School of Business Read the full story

Small Business Friday aims to produce more women-owned enterprises

Small Business Friday (SBF) kicks off on 2 September 2016 and Mike Anderson, CEO and founder of the National Small Business Chamber (NSBC), says that the drive is not just to develop women from an economic perspective, but the bigger Read the full story

SA desperate for black industrialists

By Chris Bathembu Midrand – Government should help create South Africa’s own black industrialists, President Jacob Zuma said in Johannesburg. “There are many financial institutions that are under the control of government; they must shift in how they finance black Read the full story