Warren Thompson is a senior Moneyweb reporter focussing on financial markets, mining and investigations. He also hosts the Moneyweb at Midday show at 12pm on week days.

Gloves come off for the Resilient stable

Following the distribution of two reports and the JSE’s investigation into trades.

Possible tax hikes in the 2018 budget

Focusing on potential CGT and VAT increases – PwC tax leader Kyle Mandy.

SA on a ‘pedestal of hope’ but at crossroads

‘President Zuma may be judged harshly by history in that he refused to embrace the centrality of ethics in the South African Constitution’ – Former public protector Advocate Thuli Madonsela.

Industrials, financials, gold mining and resources bleed

‘US wage inflation is going up…this spooked the market, and we simply followed suit’ – Wayne McCurrie on Friday’s market.

What to consider before growing your business

‘If you have a limited budget…use that more directed at direct sales, getting out there and finding other clients versus building a brand,’ says Allon Raiz of Raizcorp.

Mine safety under scrutiny after Sibanye rescue operation

Can South African companies conduct deep-level mining safely?

JSE red across the board

Viceroy’s Capitec report ‘not a very professional report’ – Wayne McCurrie on Friday’s market moves.

Steps to a sound home-loan choice

Home-loan applications, deposits, variable or fixed interest rates, and increasing your instalment – BetterBond CEO Rudi Botha.

Property funds see record inflows despite terrible January

Unit trust funds see R1.5 billion inflows on Thursday.

Christo Wiese to appear before parliamentary inquiry today

Along with a full Steinhoff delegation.

Capitec accused of underhand business practices

Viceroy founder Fraser Perring explains why his company has taken aim at two particular SA companies.

Steinhoff’s early redemption signals start of divorce

And may prove to be a solution for the deadline to file financials.

2018 WEF: SA coming home with investment commitments

Global ‘business leaders…are buoyed by this new mood in the country’ – Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa.

Open letter to Cyril Ramaphosa

Cape Town: The worst is about to happen, says Sygnia CEO Magda Wierzycka.

Industrials marginally in the green

Steinhoff: Parts seem okay, but three areas still need sorting out – Wayne McCurrie on Friday’s market news.


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