Fairtree’s balancing act


SA to get fintech innovation hub

Child of the Reserve Bank and the FSCA, set to open in 2020.

Should you buy life insurance for your domestic worker?

Technology is making it cost-effective.

Ramaphosa's team: Contenders for key cabinet posts

The focus now turns to who the president will appoint to his new cabinet.

Seven things to consider when transacting in Africa

Countries that have the ability to attract investment but need work include South Africa, Kenya and Nigeria.

In a jam: How traffic slows urban economies

Expensive commutes and a lack of reliable transport options are disrupting urban economies and affecting quality of life.

'Never give up' says first black African woman to scale Everest

Saray N'kusi Khumalo now wants to conquer the so-called Seven Summits.

Promising jobs and justice, Ramaphosa sworn in as president

Ramaphosa takes presidential oath before a crowd of about 32 000 people at the Loftus stadium.

The toughest CEO job in SA is open. Who wants It?

Eskom will be seeking a replacement for Phakamani Hadebe soon.

The investment firm that sunk Peter Moyo to suspension status

Old Mutual’s business dealings with NMT Capital, an investment firm linked to Moyo, resulted in a 'material breakdown in trust and confidence'.

Eskom CEO resigns for health reasons 

No mention of interim CEO.

Old Mutual CEO in no mood to go quietly in boardroom dispute

Peter Moyo is demanding a 'complete' payout deal before he even considers accepting an exit offer.

SA listed property: Opportunity knocks

Since January 2018, the Sapy has depreciated by almost 20.5%.

Waste is 'worth gold', city dwellers told in push to reuse resources

The merits of a 'circular economy'.

Nestlé’s turnaround yields sweet returns

Nestlé’s share price has responded well to recent developments, having risen by almost a third over the past year.

Is Regulation 28 too restrictive?

Asset managers have their say.

Afrimat’s move into mining pays off handsomely

Iron ore contribution counters drag on the construction side.

Commuting your way to happiness

Living close to your place of work can be a hack to happiness.

Mediclinic poised for growth after absorbing Swiss regulation impact

Bottom line hit by challenges in Switzerland but six more day clinics planned for SA.

FSCA moves to ensure pension fund board members are up to the task

Draft conduct standard published, toolkit provided, assessments required.

'Independence is one of the most important aspects of any advisory firm'

Why Crue Invest prides itself on being fiercely independent.

SA has a new presidential advisory unit. Will it improve policy?

The unit’s role is expected to evolve over time as capacity is developed.

Full-blown global trade war would negatively affect SA's repo rate

Interest rate kept steady, with possible cut forecast for the first quarter of 2020.

MTN, Cell C lag Vodacom in customer satisfaction

Customers have become 'increasingly cost- and value-conscious'.



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