‘You must have a passion for dealing with people’


Resilient's dividend slide begins

The property group reports slower dividends for the first time in 14 years after conceding to market reports about questionable accounting policies.

'We almost lost the country'

Bringing SOEs back from the brink.

Naspers concludes $2.2 billion Flipkart sale

The company is expanding in the classifieds and online food delivery spaces.

Tigon: How court outmanoeuvred Porritt, Bennett

Questions remain about Porritt’s access to trust funds.

Court papers shine light on the health of SA’s residential market

The country has eight million properties worth more than R5 trillion.

Emerging-market assets on the rack as Turkey shatters confidence

A chaotic week for developing nations last week took both stocks and currencies near their lowest levels in more than a year.

Graft probe hearings put ANC 'on trial'

A judicial commission investigating the alleged plunder of state funds during former president Jacob Zuma’s rule begins public hearings on Monday.

Transnet's CEO Gama fights for his job as suspension looms

Letters to place CEO and two other executives on precautionary suspension were served last week.

Kofi Annan, UN leader who won peace prize, dies at 80

After a short illness.

Money lessons we can learn from millennials

Contrary to the stereotype, millennials are exhibiting some good money habits.

Investing in women is key to SA socioeconomic development

Women can help one another conquer the workplace through mentorship and engagement.

Not just the pay gap - women experience 'punishment gap' too

Women are 20% more likely to lose their jobs, and 30% less likely to find new employment, if an incident of misconduct occurs.

Tesla board torn between service to shareholders and CEO

Many are loyal to larger-than-life figure Elon Musk.

Financial management hacks for SME growth

SMEs need to set reasonable goals, allow flexibility and make adjustments as the business matures.

What to consider when investing in tech

Tips on scalability, intellectual property, and more.

Rising unemployment and poverty: not mere wrinkles in the economy

There’s no arguing that we have the lowest labour participation rate since the advent of democracy. Can it continue without consequences?

Is Uber still a viable business?

Uber has been in operation for a decade and is perhaps about a year away from its initial public offering.

Women on bank boards lift performance but only if there are enough

Diversity is associated with greater creativity and productivity, says economist.

Gourmet Burger Kitchen proving 'septic' for Famous Brands

Famous Brands' chain of restaurants has not been delivering desired returns, as sales declined in the most recent reporting period.


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