Drake and Scull excels in the facilities management industry

Drake and Scull, as part of the Tsebo Outsourcing Group (Tsebo) is one of Africa’s leading facilities management companies. Tsebo recently merged with Allterrain Services Incorporated and this business transaction has seen Tsebo growing the company’s footprint to 21 African countries. This has enabled Tsebo to boost their capacity to service customers across the continent and in the Middle East.


Power up with Absa

Absa now offers its customers the opportunity to select and finance a fully customised renewable energy solution that fits around their lifestyle and financial circumstances and that will allow them to take the first step towards being in control of their household’s daily electricity needs.


Uwaiz Jassat appointed to head up Absa Islamic Banking

 Absa Islamic Banking business has seen phenomenal growth across South Africa and the continent in recent years. The appointment of Uwaiz Jassat as the head of Islamic Banking will further set the Group on the road to becoming the ‘Go-To’ bank in Africa by providing Islamic Banking solutions that place the customer at the core.


Tax free savings

The South African National Treasury has drafted various proposals around retirement reform to encourage citizens to get into the habit of saving for their retirement.


Cape property finished strongly

IT was a bustling last quarter for Cape Town property. The deal that will probably raise the most eyebrows is the sale of the controversial 15 on Orange Hotel on the edge of the Cape Town city centre to Blend Property Group. The 15 on Orange development – once valued at around R900m – fell into the hands of banking group’s Absa in 2011 after the original owners, Quantum Property Group.

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