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Why the arbitrage market never sleeps

Informal food markets: What it takes to make them safer

13 Jun 2021  / Silvia Alonso Alvarez, Delia Grace and Hung Nguyen-Viet
Solutions are not always straightforward.

Food security in African cities needs a fresh approach

13 Jun 2021  / Gareth Haysom, Jonathan Crush, Prof. Bruce Frayne
Because a city is what it eats.

How to plan adequately for retirement from your 20s, 30s and 40s

12 Jun 2021  / Nirdev Desai
Starting as soon as possible is the first step.

South Africa must do more to empower women

12 Jun 2021  / Shawn Theunissen
In Africa more than 30% of SMMEs are female owned.

Nigeria’s Twitter ban could backfire

12 Jun 2021  / Jeff Conroy-Krutz
Hurting the economy and democracy.
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Why children need protection from toxic stress at an early age

12 Jun 2021  / Robert Hughes
What should quality care by parents and caregivers consist of?

South Africa's plan to protect sharks needs an urgent update

12 Jun 2021  / Alison Kock
Almost 30% of SA’s sharks and rays are threatened with extinction, primarily because of overfishing and habitat degradation.

Is this Ramaphosa’s most decisive economic decision since taking office?

11 Jun 2021  / Suren Naidoo
Ten-fold increase in the threshold exemption of renewable energy power generation projects widely hailed.

Load shedding chaos pushes City Power grid to the brink

11 Jun 2021  / Moneyweb
Over 1 200 open work orders shows the scale of the problem …

Government sells majority of SAA to private entities

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11 Jun 2021  / Loni Prinsloo and Paul Vecchiatto, Bloomberg
Global Airways and Harith General Partners to take a 51% shareholding in state airline.

Asset managers slam Naspers, Prosus

11 Jun 2021  / Ann Crotty
Band together to share strong words about proposed share swap and executive pay.

Move to becoming a 'market' based energy sector welcomed

11 Jun 2021  / Larry Claasen
And is expected to bring more security to energy supply.

Why is SAB Zenzele Kabili trading at three times its value?

11 Jun 2021  / Craig Gradidge
How should one value the share?

Flight Centre advises against booking flights on SAA and Mango

11 Jun 2021  / Palesa Mofokeng
Suggests waiting for clarity.

Is the taxman eyeballing your crypto?

11 Jun 2021  / Ciaran Ryan
Thomas Lobban of Tax Consulting SA explains why the SA Revenue Service is getting lit up about cryptos and what constitutes a tax event when 'airdropping', 'staking' and lending.

Simon’s weekly wrap: Coal is dirty, but can it make a lot of money?

11 Jun 2021  / Simon Brown
This week MoneywebNOW looked at how the SAB Zenzele Kabili share has done since listing, the Thungela Resources listing as well as the US recording the highest inflation rate in over a decade and the highest core inflation in over three decades.

How behavioural science can play a role in improving consumer choices

11 Jun 2021  / Simon Brown
‘If we make better financial decisions we are ultimately better off financially...we'll have more money and we'll retire better’: Adam Gottlich, head of behavioural science – client solutions, Standard Bank.

MultiChoice reports big jump in subscriber numbers

10 Jun 2021  / Duncan McLeod
Sees good growth in the mass market segment.

Companies can produce up to 100MW of power – Ramaphosa

10 Jun 2021  / Larry Claasen
Up from the 10MW mooted by minerals resource minister Gwede Mantashe.

Pandemic pummels TFG to R719m FY operating loss

10 Jun 2021  / Suren Naidoo
No dividend declared, but group expects to resume payments in its 2022 financial year based on the current recovery in trading conditions.

Eskom cuts maintenance to the bone and still can’t avoid Stage 4 blackouts

10 Jun 2021  / Moneyweb
Had it not done so, the country would be at Stage 6 …

SAB Zenzele Kabili: Where is the value?

10 Jun 2021  / Simon Brown
Craig Gradidge of Gradidge Mahura suggests a possible discounted value of R42 to R45/share.

Amelia Beattie on the performance of SA’s super-regional shopping centres

10 Jun 2021  / Suren Naidoo
Sandton City had its best March in five years, showing that shoppers are back and that not all mega malls are struggling. The CEO of Liberty Two Degrees shares her views …

LIVE ARCHIVE: President to address the media

10 Jun 2021  / Footage: Courtesy SABC
Cyril Ramaphosa to make announcement as part of government's economic recovery effort.

Does the rand-dollar PPP actually tell us anything?

10 Jun 2021  / Patrick Cairns, Citywire
For starters, there isn’t consensus on what the purchasing power parity level actually is.

LIVE ARCHIVE: Briefing on the outcomes of the cabinet meeting

10 Jun 2021  / Footage: GovernmentZA
Acting Minister in The Presidency, Khumbudzo Ntshavheni addresses the media.

Top 40 mining profits will hit 18-year high in 2021 – PwC

10 Jun 2021  / Ciaran Ryan
On top of a 40% jump in cash on hand in 2020.

Sekunjalo’s AEEI tells BT Group: ‘You can’t do this’

10 Jun 2021  / Duncan McLeod
This comes a week after BT — formerly British Telecom — said it would terminate its relationship with Sekunjalo.

A closer look at Stor-Age’s FY results

10 Jun 2021  / Suren Naidoo
Resilient operating performance but an effective reduced overall full-year dividend.

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