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Can I borrow against my paid-up home?

2 Mar 2021  / Craig Torr
While you are able to apply to borrow against your property, there are dangers in doing so....

[TOP STORY] Sea Harvest weathers the pandemic, sees annual revenue surge 10%

2 Mar 2021  / Simon Brown
We are in food and probably very fortunate that we sell to so many countries around the world: CEO Felix Ratheb.

An austerity budget for public servants

2 Mar 2021  / Mamokgethi Molopyane
Is the closing of the wage-increase tap about curbing entitlement or quashing reasonable expectations?

More tax incentives to be buried at sunset dates

2 Mar 2021  / Barbara Curson
Treasury should publish an annual cost benefit analysis of all the tax incentives as part of the annual budget.

Interim results show Cashbuild cashing in on home improvement boom

2 Mar 2021  / Suren Naidoo
Group declares a half-year dividend on double-digit growth.
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Despite cash constraints City Lodge opens new Waterfall City hotel

2 Mar 2021  / Suren Naidoo
Group reports after-tax loss of R550m for its half-year, as pandemic continues to affect occupancies.

Ramaphosa halts hunt for reserve finmin

2 Mar 2021  / Antony Sguazzin and Loni Prinsloo, Bloomberg
Because he reportedly couldn't find a suitable alternative.

Designation of locally-produced cement apparently approved

2 Mar 2021  / Roy Cokayne
But application yet to be formally gazetted, says new industry body.

How the proposed amendments to Reg 28 will affect your retirement

1 Mar 2021  / Nompu Siziba
‘Investors and members of retirement funds need not panic that this is going to result in irresponsible investments being made’: Malusi Ndlovu – director of large enterprises, Old Mutual.

Steinhoff reports multi-billion rand loss

1 Mar 2021  / Nompu Siziba
Despite the holding company staggering under its massive debt burden, stores in all company geographies are holding heir own: Theodore de Klerk – CFO, Steinhoff.

Despite disappointment, hope persists

1 Mar 2021  / Busi Mavuso
If we get the framework right, we really can bring business capacity to fund, build and operate infrastructure, says the BLSA president.

5.8% of the population is paying about 92% of all personal tax

1 Mar 2021  / Roy Cokayne
They are also paying about 85% of all Vat.

‘Smoke and mirrors’ from government on infrastructure expenditure

1 Mar 2021  / Roy Cokayne
Claims that the budget boosts infrastructure spending exposed as false.

'Don't be alarmed by bitcoin's drop – we've been here before'

1 Mar 2021  / Ciaran Ryan
AltCoinTrader's Richard da Sousa believes this is a moderate correction compared with past crashes.

Hyprop cuts debt, brings 'look through' LTV below 40%

1 Mar 2021  / Suren Naidoo
Balance sheet consolidation continues, as group defers interim dividend decision due to Covid-19 uncertainty.

‘Attractive development pipeline’ a key factor in R500m Oppenheimer investment

1 Mar 2021  / Suren Naidoo
JSE-listed MAS Real Estate is planning around €600m (close to R11bn) worth of projects in Europe.

SABC wants ‘household levy’ to fund public broadcasting

1 Mar 2021  / Duncan McLeod
And to do away with the television licence fee, which few South Africans are paying anyway.

Barloworld chair endures for just one year

1 Mar 2021  / Ann Crotty
Shareholders' 'No' to Neo Dongwana's proposed remuneration is a first for a JSE-listed company, but could become a trend.

[TOP STORY] The hard question of the week: modern monetary theory

1 Mar 2021  / Simon Brown
MMT in effect says if countries ‘can control their own money supply, effectively print their own currencies, why shouldn't they do that?’ – Mohammed Nalla of



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  I like Mboweni a lot and it would be sad if he will not remain F-min till the end. However, should he depart I would've loved to see either one of the following two people as Finance Minister (I know it is a pie in the sky, but so nice to dream: 1. Dr. Roelof Botha or 2. Dawie Roodt. ...  


  Excellent article that gets to the point. We know what the problem is; an irresponsible Govt. who are oblivious to the mathematics of running a country. Those that can have left with their skills and abilities. We have a Govt. who has no idea how to plan for tomorrow, and are unwilling to ...  


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