South Africans disclose R35bn in offshore assets to taxman

Sep 19 2017 20:06

South Africans have declared almost R35bn worth of foreign assets under the government-initiated special voluntary disclosure programme.


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Shopping centre industry honours top achievers

Sep 19 2017 17:05

The 2017 Retail, Design and Development Awards winners were announced at the SA Council of Shopping Centres Annual Congress in Cape Town.

Cape Town estate agent receives international accolade

Sep 19 2017 16:41

Gerlinde Moser, broker/owner of RE/MAX Living in Cape Town’s City Bowl and Atlantic Seaboard, has received the highest distinction by RE/MAX International.

Asisa appoints new chair, deputy chair, directors

Sep 19 2017 14:54

The Board of the Association for Savings and Investment South Africa has appointed Ian Kirk, group CEO of Sanlam, as its new chair.

German investor confidence surges as concerns over euro fade

Sep 19 2017 14:23

German investor confidence has risen for the first time in four months in a sign that concern over the risk to growth from the strengthening euro is subsiding.

BOJ goes from stopping advance in yields to battling decline

Sep 19 2017 12:27

After spending a year trying to prevent benchmark yields from rising above zero percent, the Bank of Japan now faces the challenge of stopping them from falling too low.

World's biggest wealth fund hits $1trn after dollar sinks

Sep 19 2017 18:47

Norway’s sovereign wealth fund has hit $1trn for the first time, driven higher by climbing stock markets and a weaker US dollar.

  • Winners
  • Losers
Selected from the top 100 Equities by Market cap.
WinnersPriceChange% Change
RMI Rand Merchant Investment ...R41.60R1.704.26%
SPG Super Group LimitedR41.69R1.082.66%
COH Curro Holdings LimitedR36.20R0.722.03%
MSP Mas Real Estate IncR27.50R0.501.85%
GFI Gold Fields LimitedR57.80R1.051.85%
Selected from the top 100 Equities by Market cap.
LosersPriceChange% Change
SGL Sibanye Gold LimitedR16.43R-1.09-6.22%
EOH Eoh Holdings LimitedR98.15R-5.57-5.37%
NHM Northam Platinum LimitedR45.54R-1.36-2.90%
TRU Truworths International L...R78.47R-1.72-2.14%
TKG Telkom Sa Soc LimitedR59.00R-1.16-1.93%
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Sep 03 2017 06:00

Due to the recent poor performance of living annuities, City Press has been receiving complaints from investors who claim they received bad advice and want to cash in the investment.


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