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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.

The current state of B-BBEE in SA

The lack of participation in the agri-sector highlights the need for transformation.

The evolution of financial advice

Financial advisors are shifting their value-add for clients to compete with fintech.

Retirement plan: The millennial edition

The ‘Google generation’ has a lack of trust in the financial system, driving them to risky alternative investments.

Death of a parent in debt – what this means for dependants

With the national household debt rising every year, this is an increasing challenge.

Tips on effective credit control for SMEs

It is critical to understand the cost of credit and to price services accordingly.

Amcu mandated to accept CCMA proposal to end Sibanye strike

Sibanye has rejected the CCMA proposal.

Retail sales up, but food sub-sector suffering

Retail sales up 1.2% y/y, CPI rises 4.1% y/y.

Where are the opportunities for equity investors?

For a longer-term outlook, equities are still considered better than other investment vehicles.

FDI into SA reaches five-year high

South African reserve bank shows that 2018 was a turning point.

How does geopolitics translate into emerging markets?

Trade spats cause uncertainty, driving away sentiments from certain markets.

Alsi down as most counters are in the red

Resource counters ticked down as global markets slowed, but platinum shined.

SME digital banking platform pays off for Sasfin

Lender reports headline earnings up 59.9% on lower tax bill.

The impact of ongoing real electricity tariff inflation on property

Tariff hikes started in 2008, with CPI for electricity tariffs up 274%.

SA’s major banks sustain growth despite difficult operating conditions

Operations outside of South Africa boosted most of the banks’ operations.

‘Crisis reaction’ needed to fix load shedding situation – Mabuza

‘Eskom, Department of Public Enterprises don’t know how to fix problem’.
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