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HealthcareOn the MoveM&AOct. 30, 2023 9:45 PM ETZynex, Inc. (ZYXI)By: Joshua Fineman, SA News Editor mladenbalinovac/E+ via Getty Images Zynex (NASDAQ:ZYXI) rose 2% amid a report that the medical device maker is evaluating its options, including a possible sale. The company is working with Cantor Fitzgerald to review its options,

Zydus Lifesciences on Friday said it has received approval from the US health regulator to market a generic antiviral medication used in the treatment of HIV-1 infection. The company has received final approval from the US Food and Drug Administration (USFDA) for Darunavir Tablets, the company said in a statement.

Zurich Insurance Group will buy a 70% stake in Kotak Mahindra Bank's general insurance arm by paying 55.60 billion rupees (nearly $671 million) upfront instead of staggering the purchase as planned last year, the Indian lender said on Friday. Under the original deal, announced in November last year, Zurich was

A round-up of news updates, including a look at what sparked the 2021 riots. You can also listen to this podcast on iono.fm here. The ANC to lobby other countries to support its case against Israel and a look at whether 2024 will see the dwindling of WFH. Guests on

SAA secrets could be revealed this week

The details about the sale of South African Airways (SAA) for R51 to the Takatso Consortium that Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan is desperately trying to keep secret may come out in a meeting of

SA’s government departments are sitting ducks for cyber attacks

South Africa’s government departments and entities are sitting ducks for cyber attacks due to years of underinvestment in security systems, outdated technology, and incompetent IT security staff. A security compromise at the Companies and Intellectual

Why big companies like Nestlé shouldn’t fund health research in SA

In 2021, the director of the African Research University Alliance Centre of Excellence in Food Security at the University of Pretoria was appointed to the board of the transnational food corporation Nestlé. At the time,

Interest rates: The ‘most sensitive factor for the property market’

Rob Kelso, CEO of SA Home Loans, says while it has almost been ‘the perfect storm’ for property – where transactions have fallen ‘quite precipitously’ – with interest rates expected to be cut later this

New RAF board faces threat of being declared delinquent

Just a few months into its tenure, the new board of the Road Accident Fund (RAF) is facing the threat of being declared delinquent after failing to reverse the decision of the previous board to institute litigation

Optimum Coal’s relaunch halted by dispute over Richards Bay export entitlement

This week’s planned relaunch of Optimum Coal under new owner Liberty Coal after six years in business rescue has been put on hold pending resolution of a dispute over its export entitlement through the Richards