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Massmart CEO slates ‘ridiculous’ rent escalations

24 Feb 2020  / Suren Naidoo
Retail landlords under increasing pressure to reduce rentals or keep increases to a minimum.

Busa's acting CEO unpacks South Africa's SME issues

24 Feb 2020  / Melitta Ngalonkulu
Cas Coovadia discusses Sona's mentions of youth entrepreneur funding, SME inclusion in infrastructure development, Eskom, and the release of spectrum.

Absa sees future for Kenyan banking app elsewhere in Africa

24 Feb 2020  / Tebogo Tshwane
Timiza user numbers already approaching 5m.

Shock court ruling could save SA’s broken towns

23 Feb 2020  / Michael Cohen, Bloomberg
'The ruling means people have the power to go to court and throw corrupt politicians out of office and elect competent ones' - Unemployed People’s Movement chair.

Top worry for young Africans? Jobs and corruption - but green anxieties grow

23 Feb 2020  / Kim Harrisberg, Thomson Reuters Foundation
The worries are often inter-related.

Could warmer weather help contain the coronavirus?

23 Feb 2020  / Kate Kelland, Reuters
Experts are trying to determine if coronavirus is just a 'seasonal' disease.

Shirtsleeves to shirtsleeves in three generations

17 Feb 2020  / Richus Nel
Key considerations for those who are interested in building intergenerational wealth.

Investment basics: Answers to common questions

20 Feb 2020  / Gareth Collier
Seven burning investment questions answered.

Beware of that ‘attractive’ 96-month car loan offer

22 Feb 2020  / Faisel Mkhize
Although longer-term loans may address affordability concerns, there are also other factors to consider.

African countries aren't borrowing too much: they're paying too much for debt

22 Feb 2020  / Misheck Mutize
African governments would venture offshore a lot less if domestic bond markets were active and liquid.

Hard choices for Budget 2020

22 Feb 2020  / Mike van der Westhuizen
A strong Budget will come down to simple action and hard choices taken now for the long-term benefit of the country.

Researchers debate whether global emissions have peaked

22 Feb 2020  /  Eric Roston, Bloomberg
New energy and old energy are cancelling each other out.

Crash test results slam Nissan

21 Feb 2020  / Roy Cokayne
The difference in safety performance between Nissan NP300 Hardbody models may be a matter of life and death.

Discovery loses “core” health members

21 Feb 2020  / Hilton Tarrant
As economy bites, contracting medical scheme market catches up…

Low-hanging fruit for Sars to harvest

21 Feb 2020  / Barbara Curson
Mounting evidence of ill-gotten gains surely makes applying the law the easiest way to boost revenue collections.

Low consumer spending hurts Truworths

21 Feb 2020  / Melitta Ngalonku
SA sales expected to remain constrained in the medium term.

This is what long-term investing looks like

21 Feb 2020  / Patrick Cairns
Really long term.

Roy Bagattini takes Woolworths helm as profit slides

21 Feb 2020  / Suren Naidoo
Continued load shedding, the weak SA economy and concerns around the impact of Coronavirus present risks for full year outlook.

City Lodge invests in solar energy at 25 of its hotels

21 Feb 2020  / Roy Cokayne
Each will generate 30% of their total energy needs this way.

Identifying good investment managers takes time

21 Feb 2020  / Patrick Cairns
The Morningstar Awards recognise funds with the best risk-adjusted returns over meaningful periods.

Adcock Ingram reports slight growth, sees costs rise

20 Feb 2020  / Moneyweb
CEO Andy Hall explains issues related to pricing flexibility, wages, import costs, efficiency, being debt-free, and the outlook for unregulated acquisitions.

Balwin’s Crystal Lagoons coup

20 Feb 2020  / Suren Naidoo
Balwin Properties CEO Steve Brookes wants to roll-out six man-made Crystal Lagoons at multi-billion-rand mega residential developments.

Summer crops: SA farmers set for a good year

20 Feb 2020  / Melitta Ngalonkulu
Bigger maize harvest could help contain food price inflation at around 4% locally – while the door to exporting to Zimbabwe has opened.

The top tax tips you really want to remember

20 Feb 2020  / Neesa Moodley
There are ways to avoid frustration, delays, penalties, or overpaying on your tax.

Gautrain a big policy mistake – CompCom

20 Feb 2020  / Roy Cokayne
'No justification in a country like South Africa for government to subsidise the middle class'.



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  And one has to wonder, considering the commissions we have seen taken by South African loan "facilitators", how big a percentage is built into the original loan pricing....  


  Cry me a river. The problem lies with 'elect competent ones'. The voters just 'elect' incompetent ANC officials. They have 'elections' every 4 years and for about 25 years they just continued to 'elect' in the ANC. Nothing have changed or will change....  


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