• Nene's SAA nemesis

    No political figure seems to have the guts to speak out against Dudu Myeni, says Solly Moeng.

  • The mp3 revolution

    Ian Mann takes a look at the war between digital music and the compact disc.

  • Don't take us for fools

    It's time for businesses to stop thinking consumers are gullible, says Mandi Smallhorne.

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Deflation-hit Zimbabwe to grow 2.7% in 2016

Nov 26 2015 16:07

Zimbabwe’s cash strapped and investment starved economy will grow by 2.7% in 2016 after sagging to 1.5% this year, says Finance Minister Patrick Chinamasa.


Business confidence at lowest level in 5 years

Nov 26 2015 15:34

Underlying activity in sectors such as retail, new vehicle trade and manufacturing has weakened by more than it had done in the third quarter.


Expect to pay more for red meat - cattle farmers

Nov 26 2015 15:45

Mpumalanga red meat producers are dismissing recent reports that meat prices will fall over the festive season.


Max du Preez forced to remove posts to leaked SAA memo

Nov 26 2015 14:14

Columnist Max du Preez says he was forced to remove the posts directing the public to a leaked South African Airways memorandum - or face legal action.


ShowMax targets expanding global reach - report

Nov 26 2015 14:35

Internet video service ShowMax plans to provide Afrikaans and West African content in international markets in the coming months, according to a Bloomberg report.


Producer inflation rises to 4.2%

Nov 26 2015 12:42

Prices at the factory gate have shot up in October, mostly because of higher costs for food, alcohol and tobacco products.


Increased risk of massive construction lay-offs

Nov 26 2015 11:51

A survey shows the construction sector is taking strain as it battles lower revenue and a 54% profit drop, heightening the risk of massive lay-offs.

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The agony and ecstasy – a new investor’s story

Nov 26 2015 12:16

This Fin24 user had never bought any shares before in her life, so was a real newbie. Here’s how she struck gold – and also bought a bit of a lemon.


In other news

SA Halaal products showcased in Malaysia

Nov 26 2015 12:25

The Department of Trade and Industry is inviting South African exporters of Halaal-approved items and services to apply to participate at an exhibition in the Malaysia.

European stock markets steady at open

Nov 26 2015 11:39

Europe's main stock markets have opened steadily, with trading expected to be quiet amid the US Thanksgiving holiday.

Russia reinforces control over Turkish food imports

Nov 26 2015 11:07

Russia has said that it would reinforce control over Turkish food imports as tensions surged with Ankara over the downing of a Russian warplane in Syria.

US new-home sales rebound in October

Nov 26 2015 10:00

Sales of new single-family homes in the United States have rebounded in October from a September slump, as prices fell year-over-year, an official data shows.

Euro languishes near seven-month low

Nov 26 2015 09:14

The euro has been near the weakest in seven months against the dollar and yen as investors speculated the European Central Bank will expand stimulus.

Asian stocks rise on expectations of Europe stimulus

Nov 26 2015 07:58

Asian stock markets have been higher on stimulus outlook in Europe as Russia-Turkey jitters faded.

US stocks end mostly higher in pre-holiday session

Nov 26 2015 07:44

Wall Street stocks have finished mostly higher following a stream of US data ahead of the Thanksgiving Day holiday and the kickoff of the holiday shopping season.

Oil prices up in Asia

Nov 26 2015 07:42

Oil prices held above $43 a barrel in Asia after US crude supplies rose at a slower pace while jitters over the shooting down by Turkey of a Russian warplane lingered.

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BOOK REVIEW: The mp3 revolution

In the war between digital music and the compact disc, the winners were...

  • Winners
  • Losers
Selected from the top 100 Equities by Market cap.
WinnersPriceChange% Change
KIO Kumba Iron Ore LimitedR50.54R3.196.74%
GLN Glencore PlcR20.30R0.975.02%
MTN Mtn Group LimitedR148.11R6.204.37%
IMP Impala Platinum Holdings ...R32.60R1.304.15%
EOH Eoh Holdings LimitedR154.99R5.713.83%
Selected from the top 100 Equities by Market cap.
LosersPriceChange% Change
BIL Bhp Billiton PlcR178.20R-6.05-3.28%
RCL Rcl Foods LimitedR15.15R-0.45-2.88%
GND Grindrod LimitedR13.60R-0.38-2.72%
AFE A E C I LimitedR88.05R-1.97-2.19%
APN Aspen Pharmacare Holdings...R321.51R-6.94-2.11%
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