Is the mobile operator another African Bank in the making, asks Gugu Lourie.
Mutually adding value secures the employer-employee relationship, says Ian Mann.
We all need to fight the ugly bigotry that’s made news recently, says Mandi Smallhorne.
An economic crisis plan that Russia has adopted won't require any more budget spending than was already planned, says finance minister Anton Siluanov.
Economics professor Yanis Varoufakis has confirmed that he would become Greece's next finance minister, promising to defy advice to "put up or shut up".
Britain's economy grew by 2.6% in 2014 - its fastest pace since the start of the global financial crisis, official figures have shown.
Russian President Vladimir Putin says decisions taken by credit rating agencies are politically motivated, after S&P downgraded the rating below investment grade.
The European Union will put in place its 'capital markets union' by 2019, starting with quick wins like encouraging direct investment in businesses, an EU document shows.
World oil prices have fallen too far, state-owned energy giant Saudi Aramco says, stressing that it is for the market and not Opec producers to shore them up.
The crude oil price has broad implications and it is the market manipulation, events, anomalies and corresponding events that must be viewed, warns an expert.
With bread prices set to rise as suppliers pass on increased production costs, the Russian government is urged to use food coupons to aid low-income consumers.
Eurozone ministers have spoken out against the idea of writing off Greek debt, hours after a new government advocating such a move was overwhelmingly elected.
Ratings agency S&P has cut Russia's sovereign credit rating to junk status, bringing it below investment grade for the first time in a decade.
A life-threatening blizzard has barrelled into the US Northeast, affecting up to 20% of Americans by making people housebound and halting thousands of flights.
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A Fin24 user wants to invest a tax-free lump sum in an investment policy.
Two experts explain the often-misunderstood process of business rescue.
There's a high road, low road retirement scenario for a user, says an expert.
Plan wisely to ensure financial security for your family, says an expert.
SA gamers have reacted sharply to the state of broadband in the country.
How much will I be taxed on my pension payout at retirement, asks a user.
The United States has "more tools" available to increase pressure on Russia over Ukraine, if required, US treasury secretary Jack Lew says.
Europe has given signs that it may give Greece time to pay its debt, but seems unwilling to give in to the new government's demands of debt forgiveness.
The first priority for the new Cape Innovation and Technology Initiative (CiTi) chief executive is to partner with tech-friendly organisations to accelerate innovation.
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