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December 24, 2018 4:00 AM Grace period for BSE free float rules

Known as free float, current listing rules require companies on the BSE’s main board to have 20% of their shares held by the public. The new rules, part of a range of changes for equity listings, were initially due to come into effect on January 1, 2019. Information gathered by BusinessWeek indicates that ahead of the January 2019 deadline, none of the affected 555

September 25, 2018 9:30 AM Mabaila hearing this Friday

BDP disciplinary hearing committee could not form a quorum. Mabaila was slapped with two months suspension for different offences. Despite time running out for Mabaila to start his campaign as a candidate or the party finding another candidate, members of the disciplinary committee failed to show up last Friday. The matter got worse after BDP National 128

August 27, 2018 4:00 AM BCM bosses escape imprisonment by a whisker

In his latest legal problem, the attorney representing nine lecturers under the employ of BCM at the Francistown College of Technical and Vocational Education (FCTVE) want Siwawa and David Kgoboko, the chairperson of BCM’s Board of Directors, imprisoned for being in contempt of court. BCM, Siwawa and Kgoboko are listed as the first, second and third 109

February 19, 2018 4:00 AM Lax govt depts vex PPADB

The Board’s observations come as ministries come under increasing pressure to tighten project delivery and cost management, in the age of declining national budget revenues. A Project Management Office is being set up in the Office of the President to govern across all line ministries. PPADB executive chairperson, Bridget John said two audits of mega projects 75

November 16, 2017 5:00 AM Bongwefela jwa ‘magosi’ ke eng?

Naledi o ka dira mme ya re a ntse a tsweletse, a bona gore, o dirile go lekanye, jaanong a neye yo mongwe le ene a leke. Yoo le ene a tsene, a leke. E re a ntse a tsweletse, a lape, mme le ene a neele yo mongwe a thuse. Go utlwala fa se, se ne sa dirafala kwa Tonota, Phukwi e le lesome le borobabobedi, ngwaga ono. Ga twe ka tsatsi leo, Kgosi Ramosinyi 270

November 2, 2017 1:12 PM Data Sheet—Elon Musk's Humiliating Shortfall at Tesla

Take my money. Blue Apron went public on June 29 pricing its shares at $10. As of Wednesday’s close, it stands at less than half that: $4.67. So of course it’s a good time for another meal delivery company to go public. Germany-based HelloFresh listed on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange in an IPO raising about $369 million. Exchange set. Cross-border payments 359

November 2, 2017 4:00 AM ‘Daughter’ loses ranches to deceased’s brother

Selato was suing Moaro for the two ranches in the Ngwato Land Board territory, and Kgosi Mokhutshwane Sekgoma was cited as the second respondent. Delivering judgement, Makhwade said the dispute essentially started in 2014 as an urgent application when the applicant sought an interdict against the respondents from proceeding with the distribution of the estate 135

October 31, 2017 7:18 AM Nokia 2 Launched in India With 2-Day Battery Life: Live Updates

The Nokia 2 India launch event has started, an event that added the cheapest Nokia phone yet in HMD Global's portfolio. The highlights of the Nokia 2 include the 4100mAh battery that offers up to 2 days of life and premium design, the company said. It is a low-end smartphone that will compete against the likes of Xiaomi Redmi 4A and Moto C, being positioned 119

October 31, 2017 7:10 AM Razer Phone With 8GB RAM, 120Hz Display, Dual Cameras, and More Leaked

Razer, the peripheral and laptop maker, has been rumoured to be working on a smartphone targeted at gamers for a long time. If a new online listing is to be believed then the Razer Phone has been spotted on UK-based website. The smartphone dubbed Razer Phone is listed by 3G.co.uk, an affiliate of Three UK, which says "This product is currently out of stock 127

October 31, 2017 12:34 AM Barclays Takeover. . . No Zimbabwean had money to buy bank: RBZ

The British-owned Barclays Plc sold its 43 percent stake in the 105-year-old local unit for about $40 million to FMB as part of its divestiture from African operations. The move generated anxiety among Zimbabweans recently who felt the sale was against the country’s indigenisation and empowerment laws. The Zanu-PF Youth League was very vocal against 124