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Draft 2018 Mining Charter: Better, but still profoundly flawed

And a continuing choke on investment.

Your poke addiction won’t drive tuna extinct

Yellowfin tuna, the poke mainstay, remain abundant. Plus, you’re just eating the cheap parts that might have gone to waste otherwise.

Naspers frees up cash to tap flood of investment opportunities

Company looking to expand its core growth sectors, including food delivery.

Why supposedly 'safe' sectors may be nothing of the sort

Safety stems from the price you pay, not the underlying dynamics of the businesses you buy.

Facebook and Google = world domination?

Google and Facebook commanded 84% of global digital ad spend between them in 2017.

How to protect your business from ransomware

Ransomware attacks are indiscriminate in who they target, affecting businesses and individuals alike.

Digital technology is making car insurance more affordable in SA

Using technology for insurance purposes may reduce costs and ease the pressures often associated with traditional insurance.

Jooste profited from Steinhoff land deal in 2007, filings show

Companies linked to Jooste and Steinhoff associates profited by hundreds of millions of rands between 2002 and 2007, Bloomberg

The quagmire of the digital revolution

Traditional companies need to speak out about unequal playing fields while trying to keep up with the digital disruptors.

Mining’s miserable future

But the sad tale can be reversed.

What Eskom workers really earn 2.0

Unions demand 9% salary increase.

Don’t judge us on CPS standards, pleads Post Office

Paymaster-in-waiting faces litmus test in the next three months – if successful, grant payments will be exclusively in the state’s hands.

Quilter broadens its horizons

Listing of full service wealth manager should appeal to local and British investors.

Smart beta is getting even smarter

Investors are benefiting from a multi-factor approach.

What the NHI means for SA consumers

Health minister says all areas of healthcare in SA, both public and private, will be affected by the new legislation.

Moneyweb journalist recognised for excellence at Sapoa awards

Ray Mahlaka brings home property feature journalist of the year award.

Steinhoff Africa, Brait put investors on hook for manager loans

Wiese-linked companies say loans-for-shares guaranteed.

BrightRock plans further disruption in the insurance industry

Discovery a springboard to start entrepreneurial vision of bringing needs-matched insurance to market, says CEO.

South Africa plans sweeping changes to health-care system

The revamp of SA's national healthcare system aims to broaden access to treatment and reduce the cost of private care.

Telecoms industry sees red over new Tshwane fees

The fee imposed by the city is likely to disincetivise operators from building networks.

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