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.

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.

Life Healthcare looks to diagnostics as diversification strategy

As peers follow similar path.

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.

Advisors urged to give investors what they want

Interest in supporting sustainable investments needs to be met with appropriate guidance.

Advisors urged to give investors what they want

Do we really need to be motivated to support sustainable investments?

Positioning SA as destination for energy development investments

Power capacity extension expected to cost more than R1trn by 2030.

Psychiatric clinics could boost Netcare in medium term

Healthcare group adds 51 mental health beds in six months.

Consumer costs set to plunge as South African banking industry evolves

The paperless model means lower operating costs for banks.

Mediclinic shares lift on positive trading statement

Guidance for SA margins perhaps the one 'downside surprise'.

Absa serves up new tech for SMEs

Innovative SmartPay device is mobile, flexible – and smart.

Farmers can help keep the lights on

Renewable energy could help farmers with power problems and support the national grid.

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