Zimbabwe's media shouldn't trumpet deals that may never happen, says Malcom Sharara.
It's time to accept the reality of a multi-ethnic SA, says Solly Moeng.
Edward Ingram explains how economies can create long-lasting financial stability.
US Airways is planing to resume its direct flights from Philadelphia to Tel Aviv after a temporary ban from federal authorities on flights to Israel.
Gases company African Oxygen [JSE:AFX] (Afrox) has seemingly managed to limit the fallout in sentiment from the loss of its large Evraz Highveld contract.
The first reaction Finweek drew from a Western Cape-based property source to the proposed sale of upmarket wine estate Boschendal to Cinmark Twenty Seven for R700m was a cynical contention that the buyer was paying several hundred million rand too much.
Hulamin has been on a wobble for quite some time. It’s currently in a difficult industry, competing with large global aluminium producers outside South Africa and facing a range of issues in this country, such as the exchange rate and cheap imports.
Unlisted staple food producer Premier Foods – which is backed by private equity powerhouse Brait – looks set to go on the offensive in the food sector in a move that could shake up the operating environment for listed South African competitors, including AVI and Tiger Brands.
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The beauty of the directors’ dealing table is it’s open to interpretation. Always. Do we give the founding directors of Famous Brands the benefit of the doubt when they continue to offload their shares at prices still near the share’s best trading levels?
Investors – especially those excitable retail punters – may by now be a little wary of chasing “the next”. What I mean by “the next” are those sometimes dangerous arguments a certain fledgling business is set to emulate the achievements of one of the JSE’s legendary listings.
For most South African investors keen to participate in the mobile phone sector, the industry has largely been a one-horse race with the success of MTN over the past few years.
The first thing I said to the journalists when I opened up our Portfolio Punt section to international stocks was that they couldn’t punt Apple simply because they had an iPhone or iPad on their desk.
Aveng [JSE:AEG] has long been a defensive stock for investors seeking exposure to the construction industry. Yes, at some point investors actively wanted exposure to this sector. Believe it.
Remote working via the internet could boost South Africa’s GDP by 0.4%, according to a study.
Angel Jones provides insight on challenges expats face when they return home.
If you want to make extra cash, you can sign up to become an Uber driver
It's not if but when SA will get nuclear power, says a physicist.
Some funds allow you to take money for house renovations, but the money must be repaid.
A business owner asks about tax implications for his firm turning over R120 000 a year.
Business adviser, Scott Hansen equates using a GPS to the way you should run your business.
A user who wants to stop working at 55 wants to know if this is seen as early retirement.
Traders and investors worldwide are eagerly awaiting news from the United States about whether there will be a government debt default or not. Either way, expect market volatility.
Perusing the latest annual report of furniture retailer Lewis Group [JSE:LEW] reminded me of a very disappointing experience I had with the company about three months ago.
The continent of Africa has the world’s fastest growing levels of internet bandwidth capacity.
Good – it saves me time, making me more productive
Limiting - I miss the office culture
My company doesn’t allow it
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