Numsa's shenanigans should really concern everyone in SA, says Terry Bell.
When top guys hang out dirty linen it's there for all to see, says Solly Moeng.
Snail mail is no longer relevant to the majority of South Africans, says Gugu Lourie.
Germany's tally of unemployed has fallen by 22 000 in October, showing that fears of recession in the eurozone have not translated into a fall-off in hiring yet.
Ukraine's position at three-way talks in Brussels is that the price of Russian natural gas will be $378 per 1 000 cubic metres by the end of 2014.
India's universal health plan that aims to offer guaranteed benefits to a sixth of the world's population will cost an estimated $26bn over the next four years.
Spain's independent retailers remain enmeshed in the fabric of daily life at a time when
chains and multinationals dominate.
Consumer spending accounts for over half of South Korea's $1.3 trillion economy and young unmarried people living alone are proving to have lots of buying power.
Brazil's central bank has raised interest rates, surprising investors with a move that signals President Dilma Rousseff could make more market-friendly policy changes.
If you want a job, you sometimes need to accept a step backwards, says Leopold Scholtz.
The US Federal Reserve has voted to end its monthly purchases of government-backed debt and keep its benchmark interest rate near zero.
The governments of Egypt, Greece and Cyprus have urged Turkey to stop trying to chart gas deposits in areas of the east Mediterranean.
A rise in British interest rates in the first quarter of 2015 is now much less certain, according to a Reuters poll.
World oil prices have rallied, while Opec secretary general insists that recent sharp falls for crude futures were not justified in terms of demand and supply.
How to protect yourself from shady tourist operators who peddle in fake accommodation.
Advice for small businesses wanting to start out in online ecommerce.
How to move an expanding business run from your home onto bigger premises.
Find out more about the ins and outs of the sales commission earned by estate agents.
Which bank’s POS merchant device is best suited to a small entrepreneur, asks a user.
Economists' attempts to box in class invite manipulation, says a Fin24 user.
It isn’t a stretch to develop deep attachments to technology, says a Fin24 user.
An expert weighs up the pros and cons to help you make the right choice.
There is no need to panic at the recent collapse in oil prices, says Opec secretary general, low prices would curb competing supplies.
Ivory Coast has grown around 80 000 tonnes of raw cashews per year, as demand for the nuts has grown, output has jumped to around a half million tonnes.
Apple chief executive Tim Cook has publicly came out as gay in an article he wrote.
Overturned - it shows government interference.
Upheld - he should proceed to his disciplinary hearing.
It doesn't interest me.
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