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    Ed Stoddard, Reuters / 16 October 2017 Group still needs approval from the Competition Commission.
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    Inge Lamprecht / 16 October 2017 Sasfin launches BCI Opportunity Equity Fund with domestic focus.
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    Antoinette Slabbert / 16 October 2017 Greenbay offers R1.6 billion cash.
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    Cate Cadell, Reuters / 16 October 2017 'Beijing New Airport' expected to serve an initial 45 million passengers a year.
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    Ed Stoddard, Reuters / 16 October 2017 Miner to decided on controlling stake after a definitive feasibility study of the project.
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    Tanisha Heiberg, Reuters / 16 October 2017 After operations deliver 'solid operational results'.
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    Tiisetso Motsoeneng and Alex Winning, Reuters / 16 October 2017 Group Five is in demand.
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    Amanda Visser / 17 October 2017 Firms entitled to deduct the cost of transport, insurance and handling to determine 'gross sales' even if the costs were not invoiced separately.
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    Reuters / 16 October 2017
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The top shared articles of the past 7 days.
    Hilton Tarrant / 16 October 2017 ‘We would raise some eyebrows at what has happened of late near to Table Mountain' - John Loos.
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    Lisa Hudson-Peacock / 12 October 2017 A Moneyweb reader with a ten-year horizon and a total unencumbered portfolio of almost R13 million asks for investment advice.
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    Patrick Cairns / 13 October 2017 The world of asset management according to those who've been there, done that.
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    Warren Thompson / 16 October 2017 What the money could have been used for is a far greater sin.
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    Antoinette Slabbert / 13 October 2017 R950 million released to Tshwane.
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    Ryk van Niekerk / 12 October 2017 Company appoints new directors, writes down R1.36 billion of Villa and Zambezi valuations and discloses dominant shareholding of directors.
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    Amanda Visser / 12 October 2017 More than 2 000 taxpayers made use of the Special Voluntary Disclosure Programme.
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    TechCentral / 10 October 2017 The NMRQL SCI Balanced Fund's asset allocation and stock selection is managed using machine-learning algorithms.
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    Ryk van Niekerk / 11 October 2017 Directors set to bag nearly R1bn if listing proceeds.
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    Antoinette Slabbert / 13 October 2017 Environmental authorisation granted for Duynefontein, rather than Thyspunt.
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    Donal Griffin and John Bowker, Bloomberg / 14 October 2017 Africa’s biggest lender by market value is looking to build revenues beyond South Africa.
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    Patrick Cairns / 16 October 2017 It's personal.
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    Ray Mahlaka / 11 October 2017 Its poor trading update underscores the extent of its problems in the UK.
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    Ed Cropley, Reuters / 15 October 2017 Newly-opened airport will receive weekly flights to and from Johannesburg.
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    Prinesha Naidoo / 11 October 2017 Defaults in vehicle loan payments deteriorate year-on-year.
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    Antoinette Slabbert / 11 October 2017 If litigation is paused.
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    Moneyweb / 16 October 2017 The world order is changing. Ignore the 'noise'.
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    Ingé Lamprecht / 11 October 2017 But those who risk losing influence won’t give up easily, former finance minister warns.
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    Ed Stoddard, Reuters / 16 October 2017 Group still needs approval from the Competition Commission.
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    Ingé Lamprecht / 12 October 2017 Vitality ObeCity Index highlights significant challenges.
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    Patrick Cairns / 2 October 2017 Making investing more relevant.
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    Hilton Tarrant / 21 September 2017 The good news: points – earned and tiers – stay the same.
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    Magnus Heystek / 28 September 2017 An honest assessment.
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    Hilton Tarrant / 2 October 2017 “The right question is not: ‘What do our people want or need?’”
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    Sasha Planting / 27 September 2017 Argues that its credit offering is a targeted attack at credit providers.
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    Ryk van Niekerk / 18 September 2017 Profitability almost rhymes with philanthropy. It's close, but not quite.
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    Ray Mahlaka / 21 September 2017 The BEE share scheme is going underwater, with its troubles stemming from the volatile oil price.
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    Patrick Cairns / 26 September 2017 Do you just have to take a leap of faith?
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    Hilton Tarrant / 16 October 2017 ‘We would raise some eyebrows at what has happened of late near to Table Mountain' - John Loos.
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    Sasha Planting / 19 September 2017 With a top-end client base, the big banks should be nervous.
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    Patrick Cairns / 29 September 2017 High returns cause concerns.
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    Lisa Hudson-Peacock / 12 October 2017 A Moneyweb reader with a ten-year horizon and a total unencumbered portfolio of almost R13 million asks for investment advice.
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    Amanda Visser / 6 October 2017 Changes to the Income Tax Act make the winding up of an estate a never-ending process.
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    Suzean Haumann / 5 October 2017 Are there issues with foreign investments in the event of one's death regarding separate wills and executors, estate duty, and insurance wrappers?
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    Patrick Cairns / 13 October 2017 The world of asset management according to those who've been there, done that.
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    Nastassia Arendse / 2 October 2017 ‘If we stopped running SAA every South African could have a house,’ says FMF executive director, Leon Louw.
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    Ingé Lamprecht / 28 September 2017 Apart from reducing the drawdown.
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    Barbara Curson / 18 September 2017 KPMG's tangled web.
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The latest 20 comments.
  1. RowanG1

    16 October 2017 @ 9:48 pm
  2. Specialists have the opposite problem. They know more and more about less and less, until they know everything about an obsolete approach. A big problem today, when everything is changing fast. Good point you make though about specific suburbs.
  3. SAM The Taxman

    16 October 2017 @ 6:18 pm
  4. What can the government run? Eskom? Transnet? The land bank? Useless....The entire gang of the ANC
  5. RokebyPark

    16 October 2017 @ 6:17 pm
  6. Me thinks an over reliance on using EBItda as your primary valuation view for cash flow.
  7. Jerry Schuitema

    16 October 2017 @ 5:26 pm
  8. Agree with much of what you say. It's interesting though, Sensei, that most of the big spectacular failures of our times (ENRON; Worldcom; Lehman and many others) were not caused by the blue-collar workers, politicians or academics and their theories, but by those very high-skilled, highly paid executives and managers and providers of capital intent on maximum extraction.
  9. ask me I know

    16 October 2017 @ 4:50 pm
  10. What a terrible shame. ''Wine gives you liberty, love takes it away'' Maybe time to start buying wine or, ''Rust en Vrede''
  11. rfjock

    16 October 2017 @ 4:16 pm
  12. The Point. You missed it.
  13. Ayanda

    16 October 2017 @ 3:11 pm
  14. There is no hope of "partial privatisation". SAA is already so deeply in debt that 100% of its equity could not fetch R1. It can only be liquidated now. It is a shocking disgrace and a dreadful indictment on the ANC "revolutionary /freedom fighter" government that EVERY year around five thousand million Rand (R5 Billion)that could be spent on the poor is spent on rich airline users. The real reason for hanging on to it with such determination is that it is of course, a tax money laundering scheme. Tax funds are being channeled to the brethern and they dare not stop it now. Any private partners - if there were any foolish enough - would quickly expose the whole rotting can of worms and brothers and sisters would be sent to jail.
  15. unePluiebreve

    16 October 2017 @ 2:10 pm
  16. This is old news, scrap all the above scores. As of this morning 16 Nov '17 every company in SA scores a 5. News of the KRACK WPA2 vulnerability should have IT guys on the hop for a while. "Severe flaw in WPA2 protocol leaves Wi-Fi traffic open to eavesdropping..."
  17. AngeloJoe

    16 October 2017 @ 1:38 pm
  18. International buyers still see great value in Cape Town property but are sitting on the fence more. Cape town offers the lifestyle and space incomparable to most desirable European cities and yet still offers similar infrastructure and now with extensive fibre networks. The world is realising less need to be clustered in close physical realms to perform business. With modern infrastructure together with the cosmopolitan contemporary lifestyle ( Atlantic seaboard and City bowl) you will see why the rally in Cape town property prices still has long legs. The market has definitely dried off already due to political uncertainty and a lesser extent, the drought but prices are holding up, its just sales that aren't moving as fast. Lets face it, the past 24 months have been shameful for South Africas international reputation. If the damage done can be ameliorated by removal of the cancerous ANC underbelly with the installation of a more respectable incumbent then the Cape town property market will look up regardless of any local affordability ratios.
  19. rfjock

    16 October 2017 @ 1:35 pm
  20. A fool and his money... Soon parted.
  21. mikeinCT

    16 October 2017 @ 1:30 pm
  22. Just sold my house in Hout Bay for 88% more than I bought it for 4 years ago. Kerzner pumping R500m into a new estate in addition to 2 others with average property prices of R7-9m that are already sold out. Hout Bay definitely fairing better than most of SA, and even a lot of Cape Town
  23. Chev

    16 October 2017 @ 12:57 pm
  24. the government can't run an airline ( one that was once a flagship and given on a plate to them ) what makes Bonang Mohale think they can do better with a university or even bigger airline....
  25. IzzThatSo

    16 October 2017 @ 12:49 pm
  26. you forgot point 4. The most beautiful city and point 5. Wine farms with good, cheap wine and point 6. Numerous, well priced eateries in beautiful settings and on and on.......................
  27. IzzThatSo

    16 October 2017 @ 12:40 pm
  28. Where do you see the 'Reduced' or 'Must Sell' signs in Houtbay? My property in upper Kenilworth sold at 3% below asking price within one day! A new block of flats in Kenilworth road sold out before the foundations were laid.
  29. Thee Tonde Songo

    16 October 2017 @ 12:32 pm
  30. This is good but the location is where I’m a bit worried about. There is so much happening in uk first rand has to be careful. Do proper due diligence
  31. westcliffman

    16 October 2017 @ 11:49 am
  32. Bobbie - you really do not know when it is time to keep quiet and go home I am convinced you have lost a lot of socalled friends over the years because of your inability to stop giving advice when it is not nedded and when you are not the specialist we all know youy would love sa going further to the dogs - just so you can feel vindicated about your decision to leave - quite despicable is what I would call you Retreat into your little hovel and try to save some friendships if you have any in that wonderful country.
  33. Humba Makombe

    16 October 2017 @ 11:46 am
  34. Thats very mischeavous of these analysts to attribute the gains realised by the rand to the court ruling on JZ's case. What caused it to slip in the first place.. We need a more holistic approach when analysing the trends, not this pedestrian analysis. NB, im not a JZ loyalysts.
  35. MoneyChief

    16 October 2017 @ 11:41 am
  36. Driving on South African roads is very scary. People drive in the overtaking lane when they should be keeping left. People drive right on your @#%$@. People drive over solid white lines. People squeeze into super small gaps even at high speeds. I see bad driving at least once a day. When I lived in the UK I saw dodgy driving maybe once every 6 months.
  37. grahamcr

    16 October 2017 @ 11:36 am
  38. I think your response is absolutely correct in its content but here's the conundrum - where do you find the forward looking, ethical and qualified financial planner. I often ask of these "planners" whether they are the planners of their parents and in-laws portfolios, and whether they have made meaningful projections on the wealth of their parents and the milestones to achieve these objectives,and, finally what is their plan for their own wealth creation. Simply put many financial planner are not looking at the wealth creation of the person, but rather what income streams can be garnered from the the plan
  39. ask me I know

    16 October 2017 @ 11:08 am
  40. Generalization ‘’A generalizer is a man who learns less and less about more and more until he knows nothing about everything’’ Anonymous. Maybe you should follow this up with specific suburbs close to Table Mountain. My son for years tried to buy a property in Oranjezicht Cape Town, without success. Most Estate Agents have got a long list of cask offshore buyers. These properties were sold to them almost immediately before the locals could even view the house! He eventually bought a nice property for > R 10 million in Oranjezicht after he also finally ‘’lined up’’ a cash offer. I think Cape Town has become a traffic and resources nightmare and more and more people want to move close and closer to the city, hence the ‘’inflationary prices and demand’’. My son received a ‘’counter’’ offer for R1 million more via the same agent from an offshore buyer which indicates that they think this is a captured market for them!
The top voted comments of the past 7 days.
  1. TaffyDee

    10 October 2017 @ 7:14 am
  2. I recently travelled from the Cape to Jnb to Durban and back to the Cape again - by road. Never before have I seen such poor driving and a total disdain for traffic safety and the law. Every time I go on a trip it is worse. Traffic officers are nowhere to be seen, and drivers behave like absolute idiots.
  3. pwgg

    10 October 2017 @ 6:39 am
  4. so what I see is much better driving by our motorists, less fines being given and therefore no super traffic cop needed. Or are the infringements being settled on the spot.........makes you think doesn't it.
  5. Sensei

    13 October 2017 @ 12:28 pm
  6. The very dangerous mistake made by those "progressives" with socialist ideals, is that they believe a business is an inert or static object, like a mountain or a bridge. Those who advance the ideals of material equality and wealth distribution, do not realize that any business inherently is a highly unstable conglomerate. Those well-meaning academics and socialist never realize that the default state of any business is bankruptcy. It takes constant focus, the application of great skill and superior risk-management strategies to keep a business together in a competitive environment. The blue-collar worker, the politician and the academic do not understand this. Therefore, out of ignorance, they believe that they are "poor" because management and shareholders are wealthy. It takes a level of education, experience and insight for an employee to realize that he has got food on his table because management is successful at the perpetual struggle to keep the company from going bankrupt. Sadly, it always takes the full cycle of socialism, followed by an implosion of the economy and the resulting famine, before workers welcome, and take comfort and pride in the fact that the managers of THEIR company and the providers of THEIR capital are wealthy.
  7. Chev

    13 October 2017 @ 10:21 am
  8. what happens next depends on NPA, not the courts anymore. We all know the NPA is one of the captured institutions...NOTHING will happen to Zuma
  9. ps

    10 October 2017 @ 8:07 am
  10. The ANC. Rewarding mediocrity since 1993.
  11. BitcoinZAR

    13 October 2017 @ 6:40 am
  12. Did you name drop bitcoin for click bait? FYI many currencies are not stable...at least bitcoin volatility is an upward trend.
  13. AP

    13 October 2017 @ 10:05 am
  14. Great! No 1 Clueless' days are numbered now! I'm just hoping that this will expose his corrupt Clan as well and that this will be an example for all leaders of South Africa that they will learn that a leader is their to serve their people with integrity and honesty.
  15. financial virgin

    11 October 2017 @ 9:10 am
  16. As minister of finance Gordhan had a grand-stand seat of how the looting was conceptualized and originated. After all, he was in charge of the banks, FIC and the SARB and SARS. How easy was it not to stop the rot by checking the flow of money from bank accounts and have lifestyle audits done for those implicated? I cannot move R20 to my offshore bank account without a mountain of forms to fill in and questions answered. I don't buy his innocence and sweet talking for a minute.
  17. forge4

    11 October 2017 @ 4:48 am
  18. all just smoke and mirrors - all this happened on their watch, and all them like the "see, do and hear no evil". Now, all suddenly outspoken, and so concerned about the country, while its been bleeding out for the last 10 + years. 10 years back you all had your chances to be concerned about the country, and again this time, I do not believe any decision from Luthuli House is for country but for ANC cadres only, ANC can not be trusted, with or without Cyril. For Gordhan to gain my trust he must walk away from the ANC and stop trying to play "B Potti"for Cyril and the "New ANC". ANC took SA to the abattoir, to be sold to the highest bidder, that's the ANC agenda, money and power for them elite cadres.
  19. horsetrader

    10 October 2017 @ 7:42 am
  20. The issuing of fines is meant to be a function of good policing and not seen as a revenue generator. As for Aarto being implemented countrywide - joke. This will never transpire. e-Natis cost the taxpayer R300m ten years ago for a botched implementation. This was recovered by slapping a R30 transaction fee on some 10 million license renewals. Since then, not satisfied with getting the taxpayer to foot the bill for the initial e-Natis balls up, this same transaction fee has appeared on license renewals every year, increasing to R36 and now R42. How exactly has this mere R3,5bn been appropriated over the past 10-odd years? Oh, and the actual license fee has trippled over the same period. The creation of another proud legacy.
  21. Finfit

    10 October 2017 @ 7:35 am
  22. Shocking !!! Whether it's cancelled road fines, a failing SANRAL system, arrive alive failures, there is no good reason he should even get a raise !!!! I hear a flushing sound!!!
  23. KarooWorld

    16 October 2017 @ 8:09 am
  24. In every endeavour - relationships, families, teams, corporates, governments and countries - if there is lack of desire for excellence, if there is no personal responsibility and accountability, if there is no consequence for under-performance, and no enforcement of the law / rules - then mediocrity and bumbling along is the culture ('the way we do things around here'). The performance of SAA (and other SOEs) is simply a function of the above kinds of culture (and are replicated all over the world where such cultures exists - it is not a SAN phenomenon). Take, for example the incidence of road crashes in SA. Fatalities - 18,000 a year. Injuries - maybe 10x that. And, economic losses? Data suggests up to R309 billion a year! But no one cares in the least. No government agency has made even a marginal effective effort. Corporates rather sponsor rubbish sports teams than getting involved in this matter. And the general populace keeps breaking the law - running lights, using mobile phones, cutting lanes, etc, etc. The same folk who complain about government and SAA are the ones who cannot even apply the laws in their daily lives. This is the culture which we have all helped create by our own behaviours, then whinge about others... SAA is a symptom of a much larger malaise.
  25. robin hood

    13 October 2017 @ 1:34 pm
  26. Lock 'em up and throw away the key
  27. TaffyDee

    12 October 2017 @ 2:22 pm
  28. And just where is the FSB as this theft continues.
  29. Mytake

    13 October 2017 @ 8:40 am
  30. Given the current share price and the project expenditure in the USA, Sasol should rather extend the scheme for a further 1-2 years. By 2020 the oil price will be healthier and the cracker should be generating cash flows - this translates to a higher Sasol share price. The Inzalo scheme will then be able to settle its own debt.
  31. pwgg

    11 October 2017 @ 8:45 am
  32. How do you sit on your fat behind watching for 10 years and now suddenly you jump up and down frothing at the mouth. When the first transgression took place why did you not stand up immediately and nip it in the bud. Why? Because you are implicated all the way. No backbone no principles no integrity. Now you expect us to believe that you are going to clean up??? Come on Squirrel pull the other one now. Spineless politician.
  33. Sensei

    11 October 2017 @ 7:50 am
  34. After the decision was made at the Polokwane Conference, the National Democratic Revolution was implemented with precision. The ANC captured all organs of the state. ANC cadres are deployed in all key positions. Luthuli House is now the de-facto parliament. The real parliament is a farce, a show to keep the public under the impression that their vote counts. In true communist fashion, out of the communist Russia handbook, the ANC captured the state. The Guptas are a mere side-show. A chain of events has been started by the ANC, that they now lost control over. Nobody in the ANC can come up with the solution because the ANC itself is the problem. If you want to know what the future holds for South Africa, read a few articles about life in socialist countries. Read "The Gulag Archipelago" by Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn. If our future is determined by people who do not read, I am afraid we engineered ourselves a gigantic catastrophe.
  35. Titanium22

    13 October 2017 @ 3:17 pm
  36. So Malusi has 17 days to raise R5 Billion ? Good luck dude, but not likely to happen, 2 year extension will probably be taken, which kicks the can down the proverbial road yet again. Running an airline is hard enough when you do know what you're doing, it can only be catastrophic when you don't.
  37. jnrb

    13 October 2017 @ 8:45 am
  38. A while ago I tried Dominos for the first time and their pizza sucks. You can hardly compare their pizza to any wood-fired pizza. It doesn't offer anything more than a Debonairs oven made pizza. Just because something works in the USA or in other countries doesn't mean it will work in SA. They are selling Starbucks iced coffees at R39.95 at the store whereas a can of Coke costs R10. It simply is 4 times the price for a product that South Africans don't even know. South Africans know ice tea, but not iced coffee and at that price they are not going to get to know it soon.
  39. Bulali Dazana

    12 October 2017 @ 12:30 pm
  40. What a spectacular ongoing mess. I can't see how listing this will work. The market will tank it permanently on day 1
The top commented articles of the past 7 days.
    Ingé Lamprecht / 11 October 2017 But those who risk losing influence won’t give up easily, former finance minister warns.
     34      21   
    Hilton Tarrant / 16 October 2017 ‘We would raise some eyebrows at what has happened of late near to Table Mountain' - John Loos.
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    Tanisha Heiberg, Mfuneko Toyana and TJ Strydom, Reuters / 13 October 2017 The decision to charge president lies with the NPA.
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    Patrick Cairns / 13 October 2017 The world of asset management according to those who've been there, done that.
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    Ryk van Niekerk / 12 October 2017 Company appoints new directors, writes down R1.36 billion of Villa and Zambezi valuations and discloses dominant shareholding of directors.
     67      13   
    Amanda Visser / 12 October 2017 More than 2 000 taxpayers made use of the Special Voluntary Disclosure Programme.
     64      13   
    Warren Thompson / 16 October 2017 What the money could have been used for is a far greater sin.
     89      12   
    Renee Bonorchis, Bloomberg / 10 October 2017 Nine executives named in an attempt to restore trust in auditing firm.
     13      10   
    Ryk van Niekerk / 11 October 2017 Directors set to bag nearly R1bn if listing proceeds.
     58      10   
    Antoinette Slabbert / 13 October 2017 Environmental authorisation granted for Duynefontein, rather than Thyspunt.
     47      9   
    Patrick Cairns / 12 October 2017 As the space for looting narrows, the pace is increasing.
     30      9   
    Mfuneko Toyana, Reuters / 12 October 2017 Gigaba looks to convince investors, rating agencies that economy is on the mend.
     6      7   
    Nastassia Arendse / 12 October 2017 What urban working households lay out on basic needs, debt, savings, and other lifestyle spending is described by Old Mutual’s Francois le Roux.
     23      7   
    Ray Mahlaka / 11 October 2017 Its poor trading update underscores the extent of its problems in the UK.
     44      7   
    Ray Mahlaka / 13 October 2017 Shareholders continue to stomach more losses from the fast-food player, which expects to breakeven in the next 18 months.
     21      7   
    Antoinette Slabbert / 13 October 2017 R950 million released to Tshwane.
     83      6   
    Ingé Lamprecht / 12 October 2017 Vitality ObeCity Index highlights significant challenges.
     33      6   
    Jerry Schuitema / 13 October 2017 To the point of incapacitating wealth creation itself.
     18      6   
    Ingé Lamprecht / 13 October 2017 NYT Sketch Guy on overcoming fear and greed and reaching your investment goals.
     32      5   
    Donal Griffin and John Bowker, Bloomberg / 14 October 2017 Africa’s biggest lender by market value is looking to build revenues beyond South Africa.
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