All claims of fact made in the media should be verifiable, says Mandi Smallhorne.
It has been a grave mistake to defy both Russia and France, says Leopold Scholtz.
No political figure seems to have the guts to speak out against Dudu Myeni, says Solly Moeng.
Edcon says it has secured a repayment deal on debt of R7.9bn and access R1.85bn to pay down some bonds.
Even one demonstrator is enough to make a point, activist group Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions against Israel SA said at the Woolworths 2015 annual general meeting.
Truworths has joined other South African retailers by investing in European companies after it announced it is acquiring 88.9% of UK-based Office Retail Group.
Six trade unions have threatened to flex their muscles in the Public Investment Corporation if Woolworths does not end its trade with Israel.
A probe by the National Consumer Commission among retailers looking at labelling and trade description issues has made some alarming findings, says an official.
After Star Wars Episode III hit theatres in 2005, its toy sales jumped 385% from 2004. Backed by Disney, the newest film is poised to knock toy sales out of this galaxy.
Traditional retailers and online stores are gearing up for a Black Friday rush, which is likely to give some SA retail outlets a pre-Christmas boost.
Urbanisation is the top trend driving retail in South Africa at the moment, according to Gavin Tagg, managing director of Retail Network Services.
Edcon Holdings is in talks to refinance debt as the company seeks to increase cash flow and to focus on attracting more customers to its stores.
SA's biggest listed clothes retailer Mr Price has reported a 16.6% rise in half-year profit as cash-strapped consumers flock to its no-frills stores.
Walmart has topped profit estimates and increased the low end of its annual forecast, a sign the retailer is making progress reining in costs.
A Fin24 user says SA's planned nuclear would be a financial, environmental, and ethical disaster.
Columnist Andrew Donaldson tackles the ANC's rotting corpse in his book.
A new definition of expropriation has a potential risk for all who own any form of property in SA.
Most Fin24 users are sceptical about the idea of banks rolling out fingerprint ATMs.
A closer look at three firms that offer value despite the market trading at all-time highs.
An economist questions Sarb's theory of using inflation targeting as the measure for rate hikes.
Your credit rating can determine the cost of your debt.
Data shows SA has narrowly shunned recession, but many say it's still inevitable.
After two years of negotiations, Famous Brands has signed an agreement with French bakery-café chain PAUL to become its SA licensed partner for a ten-year period.
Aliko Dangote and three other directors have resigned from the board of Dangote Flour Mills as majority owner Tiger Brands cut funding support to the company.
Financial services company Discovery says it is giving away Apple Watch wearable devices - but at an exercising cost.
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