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Mid-cap shares: unloved but not unlovely

SA’s ‘anaemic economic growth’ may have hampered the earnings growth of its smaller listed entities, but that doesn’t mean we should write them off.

What the 10-year challenge teaches us about investing

Naspers now holds an 18% weight in the index, compared to just 2% a decade ago.

Debt structure: a window into management’s true motivation

A company’s management team should be good stewards of shareholder capital and make decisions in the best long-term interests of the business.

Joint bonds: here’s how to buy property as an unmarried couple

Consider your joint property ownership as a business agreement, never skip the contract.

Industry 4.0 and the changing job landscape

A proactive approach to the changing business environment will benefit organisations and adapt to the change.

The benefits of saving over the annual tax deductible amount for retirement

Retirement fund contributions can help to reduce your tax bill in the current year, or over the future tax years.

Can Ayo deliver, that is the question

The deal has been done, but is the PIC’s controversial asset capable of using the R4.3bn productively and profitably?

Fixing Eskom now

Ramaphosa has no choice but to draw a line in the sand over the next few weeks.

How consumers are driving digital disruption in life insurance

“It’s vital for life insurance providers to put the customer at the centre of technology disruption in this sector.”

Budget preview: 3 issues that need to be addressed

Government needs to prioritise service delivery and cost-cutting.

We can’t blame our problems on population growth

Fewer deaths, fewer births … there is no ‘population explosion’ in SA.

Load shedding need not be so predictably shambolic

Why is there no coordinated management of this crisis?

The state of the rand

The bigger drivers of the rand are global not local commodity prices and investor sentiment towards emerging markets.

Social inequality, like investment, must be addressed

Those at the bottom of society reflect a country’s health – and right now, South Africa is gravely ill.

Naspers delivers R20bn to MultiChoice BEE shareholders

Listing of unbundled entertainment business will see around 85 000 Phuthuma Nathi shareholders ‘gifted’ additional shares worth around R2.5bn.

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