What motivated Michael Jordaan to leave FNB, wonders Paddy Hartdegen....
Thanks to a garnishee order, a user will pay R17 000 for a debt of under R3 000.
Human Rights Watch has accused Mozambique's government and foreign mining firms of "serious shortcomings" in resettling communities to make way for coal mines.
Australia has given environmental approval to a new uranium mine in the nation's resource-rich west, with 36 conditions to guard against negative impacts.
Ads have impacts – and not always good ones, says Mandi Smallhorne.
Standard Chartered operating profit grew by a mid-single digit rate in the first nine months of 2012, putting it on track for a 10th straight year of record earnings.
Sake24 journalist Antoinette Slabbert has been elected chairwoman of the National Press Club in Pretoria, says the organisation.
Advertisers are benefiting from both print and digital marketing, which allows them to target audiences more effectively, says an industry expert.
SA’s entertainment and media firms have reached the “end of the digital beginning”‚ with digital activities now becoming the “new normal”, shows a PwC report.
The role of technology in emerging economies will play an increasingly important role as the way people consume information.
Springbok rugby sponsor BMW has given 8 Springbok and ex-springbok players and the team coach new cars.
One of SA’s biggest advertising firms, Y&R South Africa, has hauled directors of its BEE partner company to court to stop them from making what Y&R deems defamatory remarks.
The ANC has been threatened with a R19m lawsuit after allegedly failing to pay an advertising company, reports the Sunday World.
A user says he was misled into signing a document allowing a garnishee order.
FNB's Michael Jordaan says a 10-year stint as CEO is long enough.
Advice on how to make sure you put your financial affairs in reputable hands.
The registration of two debt counsellors has been cancelled after an official probe.
A user has learnt to read the fine print and hold her debt reviewer accountable.
A Gamblers Anonymous member tells how he was lent money far beyond his means.
Can't live without it? Best to learn to manage debt comfortably.
A Fin24 user tells how he spent more than he earned and didn't save.
Fast food franchise Nandos has had a print version of its banned television advertisement published in the Sunday Times.
Pick n Pay has agreed to change its labelling after a complaint over candy-coated chocolate buttons inside an Easter egg, says the advertising authority.
A necessary evil as most people need credit to buy homes and cars.
Impossible as all debt eventually gets you into trouble.
Possible only for well-disciplined consumers.
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