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R5.35bn starch sale a relief for Tongaat Hulett

23 Sep 2020  / Suren Naidoo
Group’s share price surges more than 15% as deal with Barloworld gets go-ahead.

Economy on the mend – Sarb

23 Sep 2020  / Larry Claasen
But too early to gauge the pace of the recovery.

Draft cannabis bill ‘completely misses the mark’

23 Sep 2020  / Melitta Ngalonkulu
Legislators seem oblivious to the business and tax-generating potential of the industry.

Which is more tax-effective: putting R1.5m in a unit trust or my access bond?

23 Sep 2020  / Devon Card
A third option exists that may be the perfect solution....

LIVE ARCHIVE: President Ramaphosa addresses UN General Assembly

22 Sep 2020  / Footage: Courtesy of UN Web TV
Speaking as the chair of the African Union.
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Nedbank ends cheque payments from 2021

22 Sep 2020  / Melitta Ngalonkulu
Bank says they contribute less than 0.1% of total payment volumes in South Africa.

Hyprop’s prime SA portfolio devalued by R4bn

22 Sep 2020  / Suren Naidoo
Covid-19 exacerbates property devaluations, as distributable income takes a R434m overall knock.

Delta dives over 17% on investigation cautionary

22 Sep 2020  / Suren Naidoo
Announcement thin on detail.

‘Bonds probably elicit the most robust debate at the moment’

22 Sep 2020  / Ryk van Niekerk
Sara-Jane Alexander of Coronation discusses the Balanced Plus and the SA Equity funds.

Tax Ombud launches #TaxpayersRightsMatter campaign

22 Sep 2020  / Barbara Curson
Will be focusing on customer-centricity and making it easier for taxpayers to access its services.

Policyholders paid R230bn in claims and benefits during lockdown

22 Sep 2020  / Larry Claasen
Over 480 000 also got R1bn in premium relief as a result of the crisis.

New Edgars owners ‘committed’ to reopening Joburg CBD store

22 Sep 2020  / Suren Naidoo
Retail chain 'must have' a presence in SA's major CBDs, says Retailability CEO.

Motorists set to pay for Gautrain expansion

22 Sep 2020  / Roy Cokayne
Part of the multi-billion rand cost – because ‘people in cars don’t pay their fair share in terms of the taxes they pay’.

Can all my investment allocations in my provident fund be invested offshore?

22 Sep 2020  / Willem Basson
Unfortunately not. The best thing is to look at the total allocation of your provident fund to ensure the maximum of 30% offshore exposure is fully utilised....

SA’s future rests on a perpetually broken utility

22 Sep 2020  / Paul Burkhardt, Bloomberg
Eskom’s troubles reflect South Africa’s decline over the past decade.

The Covid-crisis could lead to large-scale university retrenchments

21 Sep 2020  / Nompu Siziba
To create a new economy, a new society, you cannot underfund universities: Prof Tawana Kupe from the University of Pretoria

Broker vs financial advisor: which one should you consider?

21 Sep 2020  / Nompu Siziba
Questions to ask before entering into such a relationship, to guide you towards your financial goals: David Kop, Financial Planning Institute of Southern Africa.

Rand slumps in fear of Covid-19 second wave

21 Sep 2020  / Melitta Ngalonkulu
With only three JSE Top 40 rand hedge stocks up.

Hanratty's gift from Sanlam

21 Sep 2020  / Ann Crotty
New CEO to get R161m worth of Sanlam shares.

Corporate report card: Dismal and commendable efforts

21 Sep 2020  / Ann Crotty
The CEO who got almost everything wrong (other than his own deal), the team that’s filling some big shoes, and the company that pulled a rabbit out of the hat, but not in time to keep a major investor from unloading a third of its holding – the week that was.

Anonymous data dump ‘spills the beans’ on Mirror Trading International

21 Sep 2020  / Ciaran Ryan
The data dump suggests MTI has taken in deposits of R4bn, while founders reportedly received R309 million.

Gordhan’s budget commitment for SAA questioned

21 Sep 2020  / Moneyweb
Civil servant pensions targeted for short-term loans.

Eskom COO Jan Oberholzer cleared and vindicated

21 Sep 2020  / Chris Yelland
By Eskom report as well as court judgment, while so-called whistleblower eyeing millions is 'taking legal advice on this matter'.

Discovery Bank’s operating loss last year?

21 Sep 2020  / Hilton Tarrant
A cool R1.2 billion.

UIF Ters payments resume from Monday

19 Sep 2020  / Melitta Ngalonkulu
The fund says it will not process claims with incomplete information.

Safeguard yourself from financial struggle and uncertainty in the case of dementia

20 Sep 2020  / Mark Hawes
Few individuals plan for this possibility.

We asked university students to tell their own stories in photos

20 Sep 2020  / Mikateko Mathebula
Here's why.

The pandemic should be WeWork's moment

20 Sep 2020  / Conor Sen, Bloomberg
As future-of-work discussions shift from theoretical to practical

How to be happy during a pandemic

20 Sep 2020  / Tyler Cowen, Bloomberg
Humans are often creatures of habit, slow to adjust to new circumstances, so which changes should we make?

Reddit's stock threads become a must-read on Wall Street

20 Sep 2020  / Sarah Ponczek, Bloomberg
Are you young, newly rich from stock trading and ready to take the plunge in options?



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  Excuse me, profess(or) of this and other non-senses: because ‘people in cars don’t pay their fair share in terms of the taxes they pay, the last time I checked, motorists pay all the taxes and levies that are imposed on the petrol and diesel that the government is due, they pay taxes o...  


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