Top 10 things South Africans ask Google about money

The top money-related questions South Africans asked Google in 2018.

5 examples of devices the smartphone is displacing

Smartphones have become the go-to device for so many things we do each day.

Eskom gets R17.7bn of planned support

The transfer is part of a R23bn support pledge by the government, for the current fiscal year.

Once-lauded anti-corruption body falls from grace

'The credibility of the office has plummeted,' says Corruption Watch director.

Weak economy stifles property industry while boosting tourism

New Cape Town AC Marriott hotel aimed at mid-level travellers.

Is there a witch-hunt for the next Steinhoff?

In an environment of negative sentiment, mispricing may create opportunities.

PIC inquiry: Fears of repercussions for Ayo witness

Ayo executive gives candid account of governance issues at the company after being subpoenaed to appear before the commission.

Where are the women money managers?

It's a global question.

Value investing and the fine art of negativity

Asking what could go wrong – thinking negatively – helps to reduce the impact of bad decisions and improves the overall returns of a portfolio.

Tough economic conditions a boon for Clicks

Health and beauty retailer adds 18 new pharmacies during reporting period.

Load shedding could cut 2019 GDP growth by 1.1 percentage points - Sarb

While 125 000 jobs are at risk should power cuts continue.

Struggling Eskom is bullish on the future of electric vehicles in SA

Motor manufacturers agree that consumers 'need not worry' about load shedding risk.

Africa's sole nuclear plant undergoes revamp to extend lifespan

Koeberg overhaul aims to extend the plant's life by at least 20 years.

Mediclinic shares lift on positive trading statement

Guidance for SA margins perhaps the one 'downside surprise'.

Standard Bank withdraws funding of new coal IPP projects in SA

Bank says has set up 'strict' parameters to guide future financing decisions.

PIC hikes stake in troubled Texton after BEE defaults 

Property fund working on 'turning the ship around,' CEO says.

Municipal sector faces collapse – Ratings Afrika

Less than a quarter of the 100 top municipalities reported a profit in 2018.

Class action summons issued against Tiger Brands

The listeriosis outbreak caused a loss of life.

Sarb governor: 'We've been on the frontlines'

Why central bank independence is about more than monetary policy – it's a democratic imperative.

Cash-in-transit crime drops, but concerns abound

Cohesive crime-fighting strategy lacking, industry says.

Former PIC exec slams cartel allegations

Tshepo Mahloele, CEO of a group of investment companies accused by UDM leader Bantu Holomisa of looting the PIC, fights back.

SA closer to producing valuable rare earth minerals

Plans to reopen the Steenkampskraal mine, which sits on one of the world's largest reserves of strategic rare earth minerals, are proceeding steadily.

Eskom CEO says 'days of surprises' over as power plans in place

'We know what needs to be done and we have an idea of how it should be done,' says Hadebe.

Squaring the circle

Expectations of global economic growth are being cut, but equity markets both here and abroad have zoomed ahead this year.

SA's decline worst of nations not at war, model shows

Social, economic and governance measures deteriorate drastically in the past 12 years.

Standard Bank branch cuts are long overdue

When last did you visit a bank branch? And when last did you go into one for anything other than stamped bank statements?

EOH extends huge rally as Van Coller talks up turnaround

CEO Stephen van Coller says a new base has been established for the company's future growth.

Ten worst SA performers tell tale of battling economy

Companies are battling crippling unemployment levels, plummeting business confidence, instances of corporate malfeasance and a lifeless economy.

You could take care of your children's retirement

The power of planning ahead.



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