Ingé joined Moneyweb in April 2013. She writes on a variety of topics including tax, markets and investment. She has a Master’s degree in Journalism and a Bachelor of Accounting, both from Stellenbosch University.

Produsente-inflasie versnel tot bo 6%

Dit het sedert Februarie met 1.3% geklim vanaf 4.7%.

Cappuccino met ‘n uitvoerende hoof

Piet Viljoen deel sy besigheids en lewenslesse.

Aktiewe batebestuurders vaar beter in 2018

Meer as 60% van aktiewe fondse het verlede jaar beter as die indeks gevaar.

Registrateur gee kennis van voorneme om Amcu as vakbond te deregistreer

Die feit dat die vakbond dieselfde leier het vir aantal jare dui daarop dat daar nie demokratiese prosesse betrokke is nie – regskenner.

Goldfields eindig die dag 4.7% sterker

Oor die algemeen was die Alsi laer, met hulpbronne, nywerheid in die rooi.

Watter faktore trek die rand terug na R14.50 teenoor dollar?

Dis eerder ‘n sterker dollar, internasionale bewegings wat die geldeenheid laat sak het.

Incentives a better answer than prescribed assets – Elias Masilela

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

Tax Ombud: ‘Systemic investigations the way forward’

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

Is there a political party that can take SA forward?

The long-term interventions required will, almost without exception, be unpopular among voters.

Is there a witch-hunt for the next Steinhoff?

In an environment of negative sentiment, mispricing may create opportunities.

Cash-in-transit crime drops, but concerns abound

Cohesive crime-fighting strategy lacking, industry says.

Prescient gets green light from regulators for BEE and staff deal

Partnering will make the business stronger as a unit and allow for growth – chair.

Is South Africa going to pull itself together?

Coronation’s Karl Leinberger talks candidly about risk.

Three easy wins that can lift economic growth

If SA is able to get even one of them right, business confidence will improve.

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