Nompumelelo Siziba is a business news and television anchor and reporter, with a track record spanning over 17 years. In recent years she's developed as a markets anchor, looking at global and local markets with the assistance of experts in the field.

What the debt relief bill means for the banking sector

Over-indebted borrowers might relax, thinking their debt can simply be expunged.

The financial cost of losing a loved one

A will is critical to ensure that your assets are dealt with as you wish.

IDC explains its valuations, investments

Should the IDC provide more details of its major investments?

Please Call Me inventor to challenge R47m settlement

Nkosana Makate believes that Vodacom owes him a settlement of R10.2 billion.

Choppies troubles continue, plans exit from SA

The retailer lacked the critical mass needed to make headways in the local environment.

Global markets start week with positive sentiment

The gold price slumped as markets buoyed, while the rand remained weak.

Global markets: what an inverted yield curve means

Geopolitical events; Moody’s rate decision to continue driving the rand – analyst.

Insta-preneurs and the rise of social media influencers

‘Be authentic’, says local influencer.

ARB’s electrical division suffers in the wake of Eskom’s woes

The company will continue to focus on acquisition opportunities.

Gold Fields posts profit following restructuring

South Deep has had a slow start to the year, but could surprise on the upside, says CEO.

Market Watcher

David Shapiro – Deputy chairman, Sasfin Wealth

Small loans prove big business for the Small Enterprise Foundation

Non-profit has dispersed nearly R8.7bn to the ultra poor since 1992, creating some 200 000 jobs in the process.

Executive Lounge: Khanyisile Chaba

The head of responsible business at Old Mutual speaks on the importance of being an ethical leader.

Has there been a shift in the unit trust market?

Passive type investments are enjoying more attention.

Metair posts rise in revenue despite motor industry challenges

Company CEO sees opportunity in Brexit.

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