Melitta Ngalonulu is a tenacious journalist with an interest in business and financial news. She started her career at The Herald as an intern and then moved to Forbes Africa, where she was a business reporter, before joining Moneyweb in 2019. She won Sanlam's Best Newcomer in Business and Financial news award in 2017.

How loan insurance can boost the economy

Government and banks have yet to fully appreciate the benefits of credit guarantees.

SMEs’ unmet credit need estimated at R86bn to R346bn

Late payments can make it very difficult for an SME to grow and sometimes just survive - Daniel Goldberg, CEO of Bridgement.

Manuel happy to move on from Moyo drama

As court rules in Old Mutual's favour.

Massmart’s possible downsizing was expected

As a result of low GDP and the rise of independent wholesalers.

SMEs: Stop thinking about it – start

Township Entrepreneurship Alliance founder Bulelani Balabala provides guidelines on starting a business.

Gin sales up 151% in five years

Yet local distilleries face barrier to entry.

Just who is Daniel Mminele?

With over 20 years' experience in the financial sector and international qualifications.

Why do small businesses have a higher chance of failing?

For many it's due to their pricing – Raizcorp CEO Allon Raiz.

Be careful of what you post on social media this festive season

Or come January, you might not have a job.

Saving tips for young professionals entering the workplace

The temptation to buy a new car might dissipate when considering what else can be achieved with a regular salary.

Brand SA: ‘Overall, we end the year on a good note’

But government is tarnishing the brand.

Chamber wants better fiscal terms, incentives for Africa energy exploration

Lower taxes entice investors in the energy sector.

SAA: The straw that broke the camel’s back

Strike action escalated the national carrier's problems.

South Africans took full advantage of Black Friday

While a foreign buyer scored a R10m bargain.

Fourth GDP contraction under Ramaphosa’s watch

Shrinks 0.6% in the 3rd quarter, with manufacturing, transport and mining reporting large decreases.

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