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How to be happy during a pandemic

20 Sep 2020  / Tyler Cowen, Bloomberg
Humans are often creatures of habit, slow to adjust to new circumstances, so which changes should we make?

Reddit's stock threads become a must-read on Wall Street

20 Sep 2020  / Sarah Ponczek, Bloomberg
Are you young, newly rich from stock trading and ready to take the plunge in options?

Financial anxiety is up around the globe

19 Sep 2020  / Ben Schott, Bloomberg
Survey suggests that many people are perilously unprepared for a major economic jolt.

Countries need to invest $55trn to reach emissions target

19 Sep 2020  / Rajesh Kumar Singh, Bloomberg
And contain warming of the planet.

Advertising campaigns: what you don’t see

19 Sep 2020  / Raeesah Chohan
Global advertising spend is forecasted to fall by 9.1% by 2021.
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Around the world, the 2020 wine harvest may be most troubled ever

19 Sep 2020  / Elin McCoy, Bloomberg
How is this trouble-plagued harvest going to turn out?

University rankings don’t measure what matters

19 Sep 2020  / Sioux McKenna
Some of the criteria are subjective.

Comair to delist from JSE as business rescue is plan adopted

18 Sep 2020  / Suren Naidoo
Set to be back in the skies by December

UIF disputes that it's favouring Ters benefit claimants

18 Sep 2020  / Melitta Ngalonkulu
Says claims for unemployment, maternity and illness benefits continue to be processed.

LIVE: Council updates SA on Level 1 regulations

18 Sep 2020  / Footage: Courtesy of SABC
Dr Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma to lead the briefing at 2pm.

Simon's weekly wrap: Property, spectrum and teens on money

18 Sep 2020  / Simon Brown
MoneywebNOW looked at Zeder’s new strategy, finding quality tenants, spectrum as an economic driver, surprising insights into what teens want from money, and more.

Sanral hit with legal action over cancelled e-toll tender

18 Sep 2020  / Roy Cokayne
Lowest bidder Kusa Kokutsha is seeking an order directing Sanral to award the tender to the company.

How South African companies are battling the pandemic and recession

18 Sep 2020  / Roxanne Henderson, Janice Kew, Felix Njini and Loni Prinsloo, Bloomberg
How companies in key industries have coped with the unprecedented crisis.

The demand for impact investing is outpacing supply

18 Sep 2020  / Patrick Cairns
There is a significant opportunity for innovative fund managers able to offer relevant and credible solutions.

Woolworths: Earnings down, but share price up

18 Sep 2020  / Ann Crotty
Evidence of the group’s 'refreshed strategy' will be seen by this time next year.

Tax move on contract miners will affect the entire sector

18 Sep 2020  / Amanda Visser
Treasury called upon to properly consider the impact of the proposed amendment.

National Wills Week: Why a will is more important now that ever

17 Sep 2020  / Nompu Siziba
If you die intestate, you will not have control over the distribution of your assets: Tony Hakime, Standard Trust Limited.

SAA creditor meeting called after govt misses funding deadline

UPDATE
17 Sep 2020  / Alexander Winning, Reuters
Says it's still trying to source the R10bn.

Reserve Bank holds repo rate at 3.5%

UPDATE
17 Sep 2020  / Suren Naidoo
Pauses cutting cycle with SA's economy opening up further to alert Level 1 soon.

North Coast’s iconic Fairmont Zimbali Hotel enters business rescue

UPDATE
17 Sep 2020  / Suren Naidoo
Amid Covid-19 economic fallout.

‘SA’s international tourist summer season may just have been saved’

UPDATE
17 Sep 2020  / Suren Naidoo
Pandemic-hit industry hails the president's announcement of borders opening in October.

LIVE ARCHIVE: Sarb Governor on MPC interest rate decision

UPDATE
17 Sep 2020  / Footage: Courtesy of Sarb
Read Lesetja Kganyago's full statement.

Ramaphosa: End of the beginning

17 Sep 2020  / Larry Claasen
All eyes on Nedlac's reconstruction and recovery plan.

Is Discovery’s R3.4bn Covid-19 provision enough?

17 Sep 2020  / Hilton Tarrant
That’s the billion-rand question …

What are the tax implications of transferring my RAs into a living annuity?

17 Sep 2020  / Adam Bacher
Transfers to a living annuity are done on a tax-neutral basis, but there are a few things to be aware of....

Insurance: The devil really is in the detail

17 Sep 2020  / Adriaan Kruger
Insurers may be in the wrong in rejecting some claims, but more often than not it's the policyholder who got something wrong.

Boeing concealed faulty design flaws in the 737 Max

17 Sep 2020  / Barbara Curson
The catastrophic consequences of profit considerations over safety.

South African banks prepare for the worst, hope it doesn’t come

17 Sep 2020  / Roxanne Henderson, Bloomberg
Country's economy contracted for seven of the last ten quarters.

Discovery: Covid claims peaked in July, at 15% of hospital admissions

16 Sep 2020  / Nompu Siziba
The substantial provision at year-end created a reduction in normalised headline earnings, explains CEO Adrian Gore.

Borders need to open as soon as possible - Airline Association of Southern Africa

16 Sep 2020  / Nompu Siziba
Expectations for the tourism industry ahead of the President’s national address: tourism specialist Gillian Saunders.

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