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Most read, most talked about business articles of the past week:

1.

Under fire Murray & Roberts CEO Henry Laas gives an update on the fatal M1 bridge collapse.

2.

First Lewis, now Shoprite… How many large South African companies are dishonest? Summit Financial Partners - the company that exposed Lewis Stores for unlawful lending practices – talks about how widespread the problem is in South Africa.

3.

“Megastructures and Masterminds” is a fascinating new book that takes you inside some of the Africa's most remarkable construction projects (and the minds of the engineers who designed them).

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SABMiller’s R1.4 trillion AB Inbev merger the 5th largest corporate deal ever.

5.

The rand could get a huge boost from massive SABMiller “deal of the century” inflows as shareholders will have to be paid in the South African currency.

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Tiffini Wissing started her now wildly successful student transport firm Old School Cool – this year’s 702 and Sage One Small Business Awards winner – at the age of 23 with one car and no money (she slept on a couch). This is her inspirational story…

7.

An investment analyst with insider knowledge discusses the consequences of the R1.4 trillion marriage between SABMiller and AB Inbev.

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First Lewis, now Shoprite.  How many large SA companies are dishonest?

First Lewis, now Shoprite. How many large SA companies are dishonest?

The company that exposed Lewis Stores for unlawful lending practices on how widespread the problem is in South Africa.

Under fire Murray & Roberts CEO gives an update on fatal M1 bridge collapse

Under fire Murray & Roberts CEO gives an update on fatal M1 bridge collapse

Bruce Whitfield interviewed Murray & Roberts CEO Henry Laas on The Money Show. He gives an update on the fatal M1 bridge collapse.

Rand could get huge boost from massive SABMiller “deal of the century” inflows

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The R1.4 trillion deal – the 5th largest in corporate history – may boost the rand as shareholders will be paid in SA's currency.

How student transport firm Old School Cool became Gauteng's best small business

How student transport firm Old School Cool became Gauteng's best small business

Meet Tiffini Wissing; learn about her wildly successful business that provides safe and reliable transport to scholars in Gauteng.

SABMiller’s R1.4 trillion AB Inbev merger the 5th largest corporate deal ever

SABMiller’s R1.4 trillion AB Inbev merger the 5th largest corporate deal ever

AB Inbev will buy SABMiller for a whopping R1.4 trillion, making it the fifth biggest corporate transaction in history.

Analyst provides overview of SABMiller’s R1.4 trillion “deal of the century”

Analyst provides overview of SABMiller’s R1.4 trillion “deal of the century”

An investment analyst with insider knowledge discusses the consequences of the marriage between SABMiller and AB Inbev.

The fascinating story of the masterminds behind Southern Africa’s megastructures

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