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Domestic tourism ‘is the only market’ right now – Tsogo Sun Hotels CEO

27 Sep 2021  / Suren Naidoo
Marcel von Aulock talks about developments at SA’s largest hotel group in the face of the pandemic, the broader tourism industry’s recovery, and how the vaccination drive is crucial for the sector.

White collar crime is a serious challenge for the country

27 Sep 2021  / Ann Crotty
But does Steinhoff’s desire to have a hearing on the liquidation application against it warrant the apex court’s urgent involvement? Plus a look at the R1m fine levied against JCI.

Is the market more interesting now than it was a month ago?

27 Sep 2021  / Ryk van Niekerk
‘I think we forget that some of SA's companies are still decent businesses with decent balance sheets’: Alwyn van der Merwe from Sanlam Private Wealth.

Cracks appear in government's e-toll user-pay principle

27 Sep 2021  / Roy Cokayne
Proposed SABC household levy sending 'a mixed message' on the user-pay principle – Outa.

Fishing communities fear their livelihoods are threatened by Karpowership plan

26 Sep 2021  / Liezl Human, GroundUp
Gas energy generation licences approved despite environmental concerns.
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Is hard cash on its way out in SA?

26 Sep 2021  / Diana Bresendale
A cashless society has clear benefits, but could also create uncertainties.

Mauritius is making residency even more attractive to South Africans

26 Sep 2021  /  Zainab Bouziane and Reinert van Rensburg
Why the island is a viable emigration option.

Signing surety doesn’t have to be a life sentence

26 Sep 2021  / PJ Veldhuizen
But be very sure about what you're signing up for.

China: Don’t mistake Xi Jinping’s crackdowns for a second Cultural Revolution

26 Sep 2021  / Kerry Brown
It is important to recognise the things that could be seen as unique about the Cultural Revolution.

Turnover is high in South Africa’s higher education sector ...

25 Sep 2021  / Annette Snyman
What could turn the tide?

How to buy an affordable home in the Western Cape

25 Sep 2021  / Tertuis Simmers
Finance Linked Individual Subsidy will no longer be dependent on bond approval.

Activists urge Ramaphosa to move N2 Wild Coast Toll Road

25 Sep 2021  / Daniel Steyn, GroundUp
The road will bring destruction to the Wild Coast, they say. But SA National Roads Agency disagrees.

When can I cancel an offer to purchase?

25 Sep 2021  / David Jacobs
How to protect yourself.

Global demand for cashews is booming

25 Sep 2021  / James Boafo, Kwame Nkrumah and Kristen Lyons
How Ghana can take advantage to create jobs.

China crypto crackdown showcases global unease with asset class

24 Sep 2021  / Vildana Hajric and Katie Greifeld, Bloomberg
The market saw a selloff of digital currencies.

US billionaire plans SA Covid-19, cancer vaccine plant

24 Sep 2021  / Antony Sguazzin, Bloomberg
NantAfrica wants to tap SA medical expertise in treating diseases prevalent in the country.

Deserted factories show how China electric car boom went too far

24 Sep 2021  / Bloomberg News
There’s total silence.

Heritage Day: 8 tips to safeguard your assets for future generations

24 Sep 2021  / Shafeeka Anthony, JustMoney
In these uncertain times, it’s important to re-evaluate the value of your assets, and to determine how best to leave a legacy.

Corruption in state-owned companies hurts low skilled workers the most

24 Sep 2021  / Margaret Chitiga-Mabugu, Martin Henseler, Helene Maisonnave and Ramos Emmanuel Mabugu
This is how.

Why you should get vaccinated

23 Sep 2021  / 
It’s important to get 250 000 unvaccinated people to pitch up every workday till the end of the year to avoid the infection numbers seen in the second and third Covid waves: David Harrison – Vaccination Demand Task Team Lead, Department of Health.

Rewarding academic achievement in schools creates barriers: a South African perspective

24 Sep 2021  / Shakira Akabor
Schools tend to reward in ways that are both traditional and unique.

Zimbabwe had a bumper harvest: what went right and what needs work

24 Sep 2021  / Eness Paidamoyo Mutsvangwa-Sammie
The harvest of maize and other grains is capable of feeding the country’s 14.65m people for the next year.

Repo rate stays at 3.5% as expected

23 Sep 2021  / Suren Naidoo
And the prime lending rate of commercial banks remains at a five-decade low of 7%.

Spur posts full-year profit, despite group revenue declining

23 Sep 2021  / Akhona Matshoba
The group says the improved performance is a sign of a slow but positive recovery.

LIVE ARCHIVE: Sarb Governor on MPC interest rate decision

23 Sep 2021  / Footage: Courtesy SARB
Watch as Lesetja Kganyago delivers his statement.

The herd of elephants in the value-added tax room

23 Sep 2021  / Amanda Visser
The withholding of legitimate Vat refunds can have a catastrophic impact on businesses.

France’s Canal+ buys an even bigger stake in MultiChoice

23 Sep 2021  / Duncan McLeod, TechCentral
Taking its shareholding to 15%.

Children’s first thousand days are critical, for SA’s future too - First Lady

22 Sep 2021  / Fifi Peters
‘We have to break the cycle of poverty in our society, the inequalities, by prioritising children in disadvantaged low-income families’: Dr Tshepo Motsepe – South Africa’s first lady and patron of the Early Care Foundation.



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