Neesa Moodley has been a financial journalist for more than 15 years, of which the majority has been spent writing about personal finance issues. She is deeply passionate about empowering people to manage their money so that they maximise the opportunities available to them.

Second beer business opens up to crowdfunding

As regulatory oversight of the investment trend starts coming into focus.

Private equity makes progress on gender equity

Stats show that South Africa is ahead of its global peers. 

Property stokvels – a good idea or not?

Interest in the concept is on the rise but the chances of being suckered into a scam are high.

South Africans continue to work in retirement

Nine of every 10 retirees included in Old Mutual’s survey are working to supplement retirement income.

FNB ties banking with fitness

Hot on the heels of Discovery Bank launch, FNB launches new app functionality marrying money management with wellness goals.

Financing solutions for emerging farmers to become more innovative

As drought maintains its grip on crops, emerging farmers face a double whammy as they battle to access finance without land ownership as collateral.

Fintech enters the bond origination market

Estate agency Leadhome has successfully launched Bondspark, a fintech company that is disrupting the mortgage bond origination industry.

Farmers cut back on multi-peril crop insurance

Facing profitability threats, SA’s maize farmers cut back on insurance.

How to keep yourself in and out of hot water

Geysers account for up to 50% of a typical electricity bill.

Financial inclusion must extend to SMMEs for significant impact

With greater access to financial services, the nearly six million smaller businesses in South Africa could springboard job creation.

Putting your money where your … phone is

Dramatic smartphone penetration has been driving cashless payments across Africa, and this is just the beginning.

SA to get fintech innovation hub

Child of the Reserve Bank and the FSCA, set to open in 2020.

Mediclinic poised for growth after absorbing Swiss regulation impact

Bottom line hit by challenges in Switzerland but six more day clinics planned for SA.

Eskom is pushing SA Inc towards green buildings

Companies compelled to consider alternative power sources to ensure business continuity.

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