Sasha Planting is Moneyweb’s Deputy Editor and writes on investment and companies. While the output of labour and capital - wealth creation - is important, she is more interested in the people that enable wealth creation.

Turned away for not having enough

Investors are encouraged to seek out a financial advisor. But how much do they need to make it worthwhile for the advisor?

The Tekkie Town tug-of-war continues

But court hands founders a symbolic victory as it restrains Steinhoff from selling or bonding its shares in Tekkie Town.

PSG prunes its roses

It has nipped, clipped and encouraged while focusing on its less mature companies.

King Price bids for Alex Forbes’s insurance assets

Other bidders expected to emerge in time.

Standard Bank shareholders to vote on climate change

Upcoming AGM includes a resolution on whether the bank should disclose more on climate risk in its lending business.

Class action summons issued against Tiger Brands

The listeriosis outbreak caused a loss of life.

Powering up the venture economy

Two new VC funds to be launched in SA.

The rise of populism in markets

Investors are learning to ignore the noise – but it comes at a price.

Defying the Brexit blues

Quilter acquires financial advisory firm.

Brics Bank lends R32bn to SA organisations

Cleaning up Medupi’s mess is just one of the projects.

Capitec’s sweet spot

It occupies the space between new, digital entrants and the big legacy banks.

Uncertainty grips Ascendis

Rising debt, slow growth in revenue, forced asset sales and lurking bankers will require strong leadership.

Investors: pay heed to China (and India)

The opportunities outweigh their weighting in global indices.

Aspen: are the execs drinking their own Kool-Aid?

The market appears to think so.

Diversification saves the day

Sanlam takes the good with the bad for an overall positive result.

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