Susan Erasmus gives advice on how bargain hunters can get the most bang for their buck.
Labour's bitter breaches need to be seen in historical context, says Terry Bell.
Economists differ on how to tackle the chasm between rich and poor, says Leopold Scholtz.
Expats in Singapore have voiced concerns about high living expenses, tightening foreign labour policies and education costs at international schools.
China's urban unemployment rate have ticked down to 4.05% at the end of March from 4.1% at the end of 2014, says the labour ministry.
The majority of cars in the world's biggest auto market are purchased new, but a second-hand trade is beginning to emerge in China.
Sales of new US homes have plunged in March after a sharp rise in February, according to a report by the Commerce Department.
The number of Americans filing new claims for jobless benefits have risen, but the underlying trend continued to point to a solidly improving labour market.
An agreement between the United States, Iran and other world powers have designed to curtail Iran's nuclear programme is effective and would work if implemented.
Thailand has warned it risks losing nearly $1bn a year if the European Union makes good on a threat to ban fish imports from the kingdom.
Consumer confidence in Germany is at its highest since late 2001, as low inflation buoys households' income expectations.
Manufacturing activity in Asia's top two economic powerhouses have slowed further in April, a disappointing outcome that calls for yet more stimulus.
China's long-awaited electoral blueprint given to the lawmakers reflects China's desire for a tightly controlled poll despite calls for more democracy.
In a dense thicket in the middle of the impoverished Indian Ocean archipelago of the Comoros, Ibrahim Bacar is plucking tiny ylang ylang flowers.
You can benefit more from new tax-free options, despite the low limits, says an expert.
An expert advises a Fin24 user who wants to pay off debt more quickly.
SA youth frustrated with unresponsive economic system turns to statues.
A former family home in Langa is a now a vibrant, traditional food restaurant.
As 2020s are looming, the question is, what will happen to SA economy?
Entrepreneurship starts with one person - you, says Ian Mann.
SA must take care not to waste resources on expanding education technology.
Zimkhitha Mqutheni filled the gap in the market for a fully black-owned PR agency.
UK's energy minister has decided to force Russian tycoon Mikhail Fridman to sell North Sea gas fields he recently acquired as part of a $5.4bn takeover deal of DEA.
Beverly Hills, the southern California city whose name evokes Hollywood-tinged glamour and luxury, is considering fining residents $1 000 for water violations.
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