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PSG prunes its roses

It has nipped, clipped and encouraged while focusing on its less mature companies.

Incentives a better answer than prescribed assets – Elias Masilela

More interventions like Section 12J needed, former PIC head says.

The danger in focusing on past performance

What historical fund returns can and can't tell you.

A2X growing steadily

Mr Price announces its secondary listing on the competitor to the JSE, and more companies could join the list soon.

Should I use my provident fund to buy property and rent it out?

There are tax implications to consider....

Ramaphosa's not-so-secret weapon: Cosatu

Cosatu General-Secretary says union will oppose any attempt to remove president as head of the ANC.

Confusion as Philip Morris launches anti-smoking campaign

The company, which just launched new tobacco products, is vouching for better alternatives for those who are unable to quit the habit.

Banks take a hit as rand on back foot

A stronger dollar, rising oil price and the Eskom bailout are contributors.

Vodacom, MTN get handed written warning: Data really must fall

The two carriers bill more in their home market than in the other countries in which they operate, CompCom says.

Brexit woes continue to rock UK property as small Atlantic Leaf seeks investors

Currency uncertainty combines with real estate downturn to cripple equity growth.

Avoid these investment pitfalls

Five common investment mistakes and tips for avoiding them.

Tax Ombud: 'Systemic investigations the way forward'

Outgoing CEO Eric Mkhawane reflects on five years of resolving issues between taxpayers and Sars.

Gold worth billions smuggled out of Africa

Customs data shows the UAE imported $15.1bn worth of gold from Africa in 2016.

Small enterprise: The canary in the coal mine of a toxic business environment

Does government see small formal enterprises as an asset or a burden? Their demise suggests it is at least indifferent to their plight.

Protests grow over defamation suits against environmentalists

Civil groups are joining forces to defend what they say is an attack on free speech.

How much is enough?

Three steps to achieving financial freedom.

King Price bids for Alex Forbes's insurance assets

Other bidders expected to emerge in time.

KZN floods wreak havoc on Openserve’s network

There has been a significant increase in network-related faults, says Telkom-owned company.

Local active managers outperformed in 2018

But global managers struggled to add value.

Moleketi refutes empire-building-with-state-pensions claims

Former deputy finance minister says allegations of corruption made by Bantu Holomisa have been harmful to his 'well-earned' reputation.

SA banks compete with free burgers, gas and hip-hop

Big lenders are facing an onslaught of entrants for the first time in 12 years.

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