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Mining

Mining firms’ silicosis sins

Jul 05 2015 19:00

Scores of mine workers suffer from lung diseases caused by inhaling dust underground. While mining firms fudge the facts, workers wait for compensation.

Travel & Leisure

‘Visa rules may boost tourist visits’

Jul 05 2015 18:00

Despite what some term 'draconian measures', home affairs insists its new laws will only benefit the country.

Eskom

Eskom still needs more money

Jul 05 2015 16:56

The state’s sale of its stake in Vodacom in addition to the conversion of a R60bn loan into shares will not solve Eskom’s problems.

Economy

Greece proposes tax amnesty for funds parked in Switzerland

Jul 05 2015 16:49

Greece has proposed a tax amnesty in an effort to collect revenue on billions of euros that its citizens are believed to have quietly stashed in Swiss bank accounts.

Tech

Meet the woman who will steer Facebook’s first African office

Jul 05 2015 16:00

Facebook has taken a bold stride towards making its mark in Africa by appointing a South African advertising veteran to spearhead its first African office in Johannesburg.

Economy

Business hits back at ANC’s blacklisting idea

Jul 05 2015 15:04

ANC secretary general Gwede Mantashe described “corporate capture” as a “dangerous” form of “corruption”.

Economy

Durban starts water rations to curb shortage

Jul 05 2015 14:27

Durban has started rationing water supplies to stave off a shortage and it will impact members of the Durban Chamber of Commerce and Industry.

Economy

Winning Women: Former deputy minister fighting the good fight

Jul 05 2015 15:29

Civil society is facing new challenges at a time when we need to build a vibrant democracy, according to Nozizwe Madlala-Routledge, former deputy minister for both defence and health, writes Sue Grant-Marshall.

 

In other news

Finding innovative ways to fund your dreams

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Our family has a game where we write down what we would do with our money if we won the Lotto. This is not just a fruitless exercise of “what if”, because what it does is show us what is important to us and what our dreams really are.

The importance of a financial plan

Jul 05 2015 18:00

A financial plan is a dynamic tool that should be used in your daily life to manage your finances so that your money is always in the black – not just in the short term but over medium- and long-term periods too.

The myth behind active management

Jul 05 2015 17:30

An investor who wants to invest in the JSE via an investment fund has two main options: using an active fund-management company, usually in the form of a unit trust, or what is commonly known as a passive fund.

Tanzania resumes debate on contentious energy bill

Jul 05 2015 17:00

Tanzania's parliament has resumed debate on a long-delayed petroleum bill, after the speaker suspended around 40 opposition lawmakers for disrupting an earlier session.

Get the best from your staff

Jul 05 2015 16:45

Entrepreneurs want their employees to perform with passion and be as productive as possible. But sometimes, entrepreneurs trip themselves up. Here’s how to avoid the pitfalls:

How to become a crime fighter

Jul 05 2015 16:00

The SA Police Service offers careers in various fields. If you join the SAPS, you can either become a police official or civilian employee.

CSI: Soweto

Jul 05 2015 15:51

Mutilated bodies, torched and burnt corpses, rape victims, and cold-hearted murderers and serial killers. Captain Amos Manete has seen it all.

Egypt raises gas price paid to Eni and Edison

Jul 05 2015 15:01

Egypt has raised the prices it pays to Italy's Eni and Edison for the natural gas they produce in the country, an official with state-owned gas company EGAS says.

Analysis & Opinion

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Public funds and sticky fingers

Graft can do greater damage to a country’s economy than its worst enemies,...

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AFH Alexander Forbes Group Ho...R8.99R0.445.15%
SGL Sibanye Gold LimitedR20.48R0.844.28%
TRE Trencor LimitedR66.48R2.483.88%
TON Tongaat Hulett LimitedR135.01R5.023.86%
FBR Famous Brands LimitedR118.95R4.223.68%
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ERN Erin Energy CorporationR46.00R-11.00-19.30%
KIO Kumba Iron Ore LimitedR132.49R-8.04-5.72%
ASR Assore LimitedR92.92R-5.08-5.18%
TKG Telkom Sa Soc LimitedR59.50R-2.95-4.72%
MSM Massmart Holdings LimitedR146.26R-4.89-3.24%
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South Africa

‘Border more chaotic than ever’

Jul 05 2015 15:14

It’s just after 3pm on a Wednesday afternoon when I arrive at the main Oshoek-Ngwenya border post between Swaziland and South Africa with my two children, aged seven and nine.

Investments

The myth behind active management

Jul 05 2015 15:19

An investor who wants to invest in the JSE via an investment fund has two main options: using an active fund-management company, usually in the form of a unit trust, or what is commonly known as a passive fund.

 

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