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Stretching your pension investments

If you're 65 and retired your priority is to make your money last for at least the rest of your life. If possible, the capital should grow at a rate higher than inflation, without taking undue risk.

Medical aid increases for 2018. Time to review

Scheme ratings, premium-increase dynamics, risk, and top-up and gap cover are discussed by Jill Larkan from GTC.

The rise of the not-just-freelancing freelancer

More people are keeping traditional jobs while picking up extra project-based work - and gaining an advantage.

No end in sight to CPS/Sassa contract, expert panel warns

It also raises questions about the Post Office’s ability to replace incumbent CPS.

'No factual evidence against Koko' regarding Impulse

No proof to support press reports, says forensic investigator.

Rand extends losses as speculation Ramaphosa may be fired weighs

Local currency is at its weakest since October 11 as politics and dollar weigh.

Zuma spokesman dismisses reports Ramaphosa may be sacked

Ngqulunga says speculation is rumours and gossip.

FBI probe into the Guptas could have extensive reach

'You can't escape the long arm of the US Department of Justice.'

Amcu hires O'Sullivan to investigate platinum belt killing spree

This could be the work of a third force - Mathunjwa.

A multi billion-rand development for CT city

The mixed-use precinct will transform a windy waste into a village.

Reducing the total cost of investment

Learnings from the UK post RDR.

Rolfes: My conclusion

The stock is still a buy; here's why.

‘Psychopath’ hedge fund managers make less money than nice guys

Being manipulative and mean isn’t the secret to success.

Dangote Cement still interested in PPC - CEO

At the right price.

The job of a financial planner

Financial advisors need to persuade clients to face reality, and stay in their investments to achieve long-term returns.

Political manoeuvring likely to spur downgrades by year-end

Citi expects FY17/18 budget shortfall of R33bn, says MTBPS must be gone through with a fine-tooth comb.

Private sector, you too are responsible for our economic woes

SA’s private sector refusal to invest in the country increases unemployment and simultaneously sentences the economy to collapse.

The real source of SA’s massive data breach

And no hacking was needed to access the information.

SA should avoid rating cuts in November - Kganyago

Sarb governor says the improved current account credit and stable inflation are positive for the country.

Why the fury over store accounts? Pick n Pay boss asks

The retailer has come under fire for offering customers a store account to buy groceries and other goods on credit.

Cabinet replaces Dudu Myeni as SAA chair

Six other board members replaced in management shakeup.

Nuclear, gas and the Medium-Term Budget Speech

Gigaba will show the extent of Zuma's remaining political power.

FBI opens investigation into Guptas - FT

Unit looking at individuals and companies in the US for ties to alleged corruption involving the family.

Koko disciplinary hearing off to a wobbly start

Investigators ‘reluctant to testify’.

HSBC, Standard Chartered face UK probe over Gupta family ties

British lawmaker raises issue following corruption reports.

Why the Fais Ombud finds against financial advisors

Poor recordkeeping at the heart of determinations against FSPs – expert.

Capital Appreciation excited by fintech's potential

Having migrated from a SPAC to the Software and Computer Services sector of the JSE.

Standing Committee on Finance wants PIC smear campaign investigated

And trade unions unhappy about 'a' deputy finance minister chairing PIC.

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Stretching your pension investments

If you're 65 and retired your priority is to make your money last for at least the rest of your life. If possible, the capital should grow at a rate higher than inflation, without taking undue risk.

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