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The retirement reform conundrum

Do we have to assume the worst of people?

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Buy shares for R100

Fractions of shares can now be held by individuals.

Tax

New tax dispute resolution rules published

‘Taxpayers need to take note of time frames’.

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Tsogo Sun – Trying to break the bank?

How would you like a loan of R86 million (or R47 million, or R27 million, or R20 million)?

"Our young South Africans are disengaged"

Teacher, Sean Hampton-Cole, on giving kids more confidence to think...

SAVINGS AND INVESTMENT WARRIORS

Warrior 5: Warren Joubert

Smart and savvy.

ICT

Business as usual at Business Connexion

New CEO, Mophatlane brings continuity and confidence.

Empowerment

Revised B-BBEE codes might put pressure on compliance

Scepticism mounts on the new codes of good practice.

Across the Atlantic

How South Africa could mess up its hard-won tourism gains

Tourism in SA is doing well, but is not yet up to global scratch, and there are...

South Africa

Over R1bn in etoll bills owed - Minister

Another indicator that motorists' continue to reject the system - DA MP.

Corporate Governance

Telkom board investigates allegation CEO cloned car plates

Maseko is accused of running up about R30,000 in traffic fines that were sent...

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Can Twitter emulate the success of Facebook?

Facebook’s results beat expectations, but Twitter spiked higher in the...

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When your mind is the enemy of investment returns

We can't control the markets, but we can control our own reactions to it (at...

International news

Many investors face Scotland exit risk unprotected

UK break-up seen as outside chance.

Mining

Rand Refinery gets shareholder loan to cover $113m accounting error

The error showed gold that it didn't have on its books.

Industrials

Invicta: Holding ground

Despite its recent whirlwind.

Industrials

Eskom litigates because it cannot pay – service provider

Health, safety and quality inspections allegedly scaled down.

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The capitalist wealth of South Africans

SA has one of the broadest ownerships of any financial exchange in the world...

A Bit Rich

Land reform: Namibia 27%, South Africa 8%*

Arid neighbour’s land reform policy seems to work better than SA’s.

Numsa takes wage offer to members

"The special NEC has agreed to consult members on its...

Wall Street week ahead: Even modest GDP bounce may support market

US gross domestic product for the second quarter, due to be...

We will liberate the world: Malema

"We seek to liberate the world and Africa in particular."

Ebola centre in Sierra Leona under guard after protest march

Police use tear gas on crowd, one child shot.

Apple iPhones allow extraction of deep personal data, researcher finds

"There's no way to `unpair' except to wipe your phone."

Labour tensions adding to inflation pressure - Marcus

'Future interest rate decisions will be highly data-...

Aspen's HIV drug stockpiles rise

SA provinces delay provision of new, approved three-in-one...

Rand slightly firmer as it looks for momentum

Working through the bottom ranges as it looks for support.

SA stocks drift lower, Sibanye hammered

Lonmin shares up after increased production announcement.

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Markets with Wayne McCurrie

Woolies Down Under worries Wayne.

Anglo beats analysts’ earnings estimates

Half-year financial results.

De Beers a star Anglo performer

Venetia an exciting development.

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Financial health: The four numbers to zero in on

It's not just a matter of how much money you have in the bank.

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Tsogo Sun – Trying to break the bank?

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When your mind is the enemy of investment returns

We can't control the markets, but we can control our own reactions to it (at...

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Can Twitter emulate the success of Facebook?

Facebook’s results beat expectations, but Twitter spiked higher in the...

Across the Atlantic | Felicity Duncan

How South Africa could mess up its hard-won tourism gains

Tourism in SA is doing well, but is not yet up to global scratch, and there are...

A Bit Rich | Ryk van Niekerk

Land reform: Namibia 27%, South Africa 8%*

Arid neighbour’s land reform policy seems to work better than SA’s.

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