It’s been a good few days for FirstRand shareholders and CEO Alan Pullinger, who has taken home a sizeable total pay package.
South Africa’s average take-home pay is failing to keep up with inflation and shows a worrying trend.
A new bill is being introduced that will force companies to be more transparent about the difference between the lowest- and highest-paid employees.
BankservAfrica’s latest Take-home Pay Index is out, providing insight into what the average South African’s take-home salary looks like.
It looks like, after years of classifying South African drivers as independent contractors, Uber is going to have to answer for itself in court.
The national lockdown pulled the curtain back on a number of systemic problems in South Africa, including the widening gender wage gap.
The CEOs of big companies, even those who have had to take a bit of a pay cut, are still raking in extremely high salaries.
Attorney Megan Harrington-Johnson unpacks your rights if your employer is talking about salary cuts.
A new report has revealed the university degrees that will earn you the best average salaries in South Africa.
The average salary in the public sector is higher on average than the rest of the economy, and it’s draining our national budget in a massive way.
Financial services group Sanlam has published its annual report, and it looks like their top bosses are doing pretty well for themselves.
Deloitte has published its annual Executive Compensation Report, and South Africa has been labelled the “most unequal country in the world”.
The latest Take-home Pay Index has confirmed improvements on both an annual and a monthly basis to the average salary in South Africa.
We’ve picked nine South African insurance execs that are seriously rolling in the dough. You might recognise a few names, if you’ve been paying attention.
If you want to make the big bucks, there are certain skills that can point you in the right direction. Let’s see what your tech-savvy friends might be earning.
English football is no stranger to big money, but a recent report by Deloitte shines a light on the financial successes and failures of England’s Premier clubs on and off the pitch. Long story short: debt is down, but salaries are way, way up.