Volkswagen on the electric vehicle offensive

22 August 2019  / Roy Cokayne
VW and other auto makers engage government about bringing EVs to SA.

Steinhoff, Pepkor prevented from selling shares in Tekkie Town

21 August 2019  / Moneyweb
Court judgment 'a very significant step towards recovering the business', says former CEO Bernard Mostert.

Life after Google: Prepare to witness the fall of a titan

22 August 2019  / Ciaran Ryan
Apple, Facebook and Google are dinosaurs in the world of blockchain, says author George Gilder.

Jumia finds wrongdoing in Nigeria sales force as loss widens

21 August 2019  / John Bowker and Loni Prinsloo
The transactions in question amount to 4% of Q1 sales.

Historical pact overshadowed by Samwu factional battles

21 August 2019  / Tebogo Tshwane
Questions over whether Samwu's formerly expelled leader in the Johannesburg region had authority to sign a partnership agreement with the city.

Eskom says SA on brink of further power outages

21 August 2019  / Felix Njini and Paul Burkhardt, Bloomberg
Eskom's system is struggling to keep up with increasing electricity demand.

The good, the bad and the ugly on the JSE

21 August 2019  / Adriaan Kruger
How the largest 90 shares performed during the last 12 months.

Who did better – bank execs or shareholders?

21 August 2019  / Hilton Tarrant
Returns versus executive remuneration over the past decade.

'Better half' could only do so much for Shoprite

21 August 2019  / Larry Claasen
A turnaround in SA couldn't offset its cross-border problems.

How companies behave matters

21 August 2019  / Patrick Cairns
It is not just about profits.

Resilient CEO sees 'positive outcome' from FSCA investigation

21 August 2019  / Suren Naidoo
Expects fund and related companies to be cleared of allegations related to share price manipulation.

BHP Billiton achieves new records

21 August 2019  / Adriaan Kruger
The figures prove that mining is a big industry.

How the demerit system will affect your insurance cover

20 August 2019  / Moneyweb
Premiums could actually come down if the bill has the intended consequence of making SA's roads safer.

More investors adopting a cautious approach to their portfolios - Asisa

20 August 2019  / Moneyweb
The shift has seen risk-averse investors moving away from multi-asset funds.

Steinhoff shares hit new lows even after creditor deal reached

20 August 2019  / John Bowker, Bloomberg
Shares fall below R1 for the first time on the JSE.

Inversion, submersion and dispersion

20 August 2019  / Dave Mohr and Izak Odendaal
The health of the global economy is concerning.

How to reduce your electricity bill 

20 August 2019  / Hilton Tarrant
Small changes can have a big impact.

The expense triangle of doom

20 August 2019  / Stealthy Wealth
Aiming for financial independence and early retirement? Minimise the 'Big 3' expenses.

Rising Cape Town dam levels to buoy agriculture and tourism

20 August 2019  / Suren Naidoo
Government and the tourism sector now need to get the message out.

Getting the best of both worlds in retirement

20 August 2019  / Patrick Cairns
Hybrid annuities can now be used within pension funds.

City of Joburg and unions 'do away' with wildcat strikes

20 August 2019  / Tebogo Tshwane 
Historic agreement will remain in place irrespective of which party is in power.

Tobacco wars turn deadly

20 August 2019  / Ciaran Ryan
With the attempted assassination of Zimbabwean cigarette baron Simon Rudland in Johannesburg last week.

WBHO flags lower earnings

20 August 2019  / Roy Cokayne
Attributes fall to its roads upgrade project in Australia.

IMF rumours may be the scare South Africa needs

20 August 2019  / Prinesha Naidoo, Bloomberg 
Threat of a bailout could prompt government to push through much-needed economic reforms.

Close to 9.4m consumers may qualify for debt relief under new bill

19 August 2019  / Moneyweb
At a cost of R20bn.

Sasol met with fund managers as Lake Charles costs climbed

19 August 2019  / Antony Sguazzin
Problems at Sasol's project in the US have hampered its ability to expand internationally.

Choppies in chaos

19 August 2019  / Larry Claasen
Two investigations find serious governance contraventions at the retailer.

Zimbabwe: Heading backwards again and fast

19 August 2019  / Cathy Buckle
For the past 54 weeks, citizens have been living in a state of deterioration marked by fear and economic hardship.



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  The e-golf is pretty much EOL. I would rather wait it out for the new VW ID3, that is going to be a game changer....  


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