Ian Mann takes a look at the war between digital music and the compact disc.
It's time for businesses to stop thinking consumers are gullible, says Mandi Smallhorne.
Parastatal leaders have lost focus of what they're supposed to do, says Nonkululeko Gobodo.
SA may grant emergency aid to farmers in Gauteng province due to a severe drought that is taking a huge toll on agriculture, says a provincial official.
The interest rate increase is expected to put more pressure on commercial farmers, who are already facing rising debt levels due to the weak rand and the drought.
Red lattes and teas may soon be scarce and nearly double in price because of the widespread drought in South Africa.
SA will probably decrease its estimate for wheat production by 2.7% this season as the country's worst drought in 23 years affected planting, a survey shows.
Australia has blocked the sale to one of world's top cattle estates to foreign entities, ruling it's not in the national interest with part of the holdings in a weapons testing area.
Barclays Africa will keep lending taps open for SA farmers despite the worst drought in decades as growers can use high crop prices to offset lower output.
Kenya aims to double its annual coffee production by 2020 by increasing the area under cultivation and raising yields.
Thousands of Greek farmers have protested in Athens against tax hikes planned under the country's latest economic bailout.
Kenya's Williamson Tea and Kapchorua Tea say they have more than doubled pretax profit for the six months to September 30, helped by a weaker shilling.
Sugar producer Tongaat Hulett is to cut jobs in the next few months as the drought-hit agro-processing firm battles declining profitability from its SA and regional operations.
Tongaat Hulett has announced a 5.7% revenue fall in its half-year results amid severe drought conditions in South Africa and a lower international sugar price.
A user wants to know which is the best investment option between ETFs vs unit trusts.
Sage International CEO Ivan Epstein believes SMEs are vital to SA’s economy.
Although Sarb's rate hike may hurt consumers, it was necessary, says an economist.
Biznews founder Alec Hogg tells us why SA is the best place to be an entrepreneur.
Warwick Wealth CEO Ian Kilbride shares tips with his fellow entrepreneurs.
Consumers often fall into the trap of thinking they have enough time to start saving.
A blacklisted Fin24 user wants to know how he can clear his name to buy a home.
Elon Musk's ever-growing empire could make him the next Steve Jobs.
The drought in SA will have further socio-economic and food security ramifications at regional level as well, warn Agri SA and the SA Agricultural Business Chamber.
A confluence of drought, rhino poachers and fatigued conservationists does not bode well for the future of SA's private game reserves and their rhinos, but all is not lost.
A lender to South African minibus taxi drivers will expand into the metered fleet market to take advantage of a boom in e-commerce services such as Uber.
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