These days the talk of the business world is about corruption, state capture and how South Africa can reinforce the rule of law to render certainty in business. One of the biggest drains on the economy has been money haemorrhaging from state coffers via the tax collection agency. How did this happen? CNBC Africa's Aviwe Mtila caught up with a man who wrote a book about just that, investigative journalist Jacques Pauw. He also has some interesting views on the change of the guard at the National Prosecuting Authority.
NAIROBI (Reuters) - KCB Group, Kenya's biggest lender by assets, has proposed to take over National Bank of Kenya through a share swap, to increase its share of the government's banking business,...