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Tumisang is passionate about all things news. Outside of being a mother to a young man she is driven by authentic stories of those who walk tall even in worn out shoes. Tumisang is a qualified journalist and has left her foot print on platforms such as Kaya fm, 702 and Power fm and now begins her new journey on Radio 2000.

Financials, resources, industrials all down

Market perhaps recovering a little after excess rand euphoria – Wayne McCurrie on Friday’s market developments.

Investment in performing arts

The Opera Jewels event is in its third year – Ipeleng Mkhari (Motseng Investments) and Masetlogelo Masote (Web Maestro).

Retailer and bank results please

Anglo American’s ‘profit doubled, dividends doubled, cash flow doubled and debt halved’ – Wayne McCurrie on Friday’s market news.

What to consider when ceding a life policy

A life policy gives peace of mind and can help you secure a home loan, explains – Lee Bromfield from FNB Life.

SA business’s response to continuing political uncertainty

‘The speed at which we deal with this leadership transition is going to determine how we come out of this’ – BLSA COO Busi Mavuso.

SA lags in debt collection

This country is among the ten worst of 50 countries surveyed in terms of delinquent payment, reports Maxime Lemer from the Euler Hermes Group.

Property stocks bounce back after aggressive selloff

‘Naspers under a lot of pressure…looking very attractive’ – David Shapiro on Wednesday’s market moves.

Sobering words from the 2018 Mining Indaba

On SA’s mining legislation: ‘If you put 2 000 marbles in my backpack, I can’t run up the mountain or across the street very fast. I probably can’t even crawl,’ says Cadiz head of mining Peter Major.

Business confidence highest in 2.5 years

Sona: ‘We won’t see an immediate effect in terms of economic growth,’ says Sacci economist Richard Downing.

PSA rails against PIC loan to Eskom

Until the Eskom board demonstrates good corporate governance, insists PSA deputy general secretary Tahir Maepa, ‘they must leave our money alone’.

2018 Mining Indaba: Chamber of Mines vocal

Investors hold back, but there’s good news as well, observes Moneyweb journalist Patrick Cairns.

Amplats out with very good results

But on a strongly red day ‘we are just kind of licking our wounds’ – David Shapiro on Tuesday’s markets.

Employing a bond originator

Why run around with home loan applications when someone will do it for you, with advice, free of charge? – BetterBond CEO Rudi Botha.

Political uncertainty continues to plague SA economy

Ramaphosa’s power to change things is limited as he is not the country’s president, says economist Thabi Leoka.

PIC extends R5 billion loan to Eskom – for now

‘This one is the first of many to come,’ declares Eskom spokesperson Khulu Phasiwe.
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