Before you make a decision, you need to ask yourself a few questions, says Susan Erasmus.
A tax on financial transactions could benefit all SA workers, says Terry Bell.
Is Telkom's gym upgrade really frivolous expenditure, asks Gugu Lourie.
Stocks have rebounded as worries about global economic growth eased and the main indices booked their biggest daily percentage gain in more than a year.
Stocks have finished in positive territory as investors bet index heavyweights Naspers and Standard Bank had fallen too far in the recent global sell-off.
The technical recovery predicted for the JSE lasted only for about an hour, after which the market started moving sharply downwards again on global fears.
South African stocks have lost more than 2% as worries that weaker global economic growth will sap demand for commodities hit companies.
Sentiment on the JSE was spoilt by news that inflation in China has dipped, although there is still some technical support for the beleaguered market.
Stocks on the JSE have climbed for the second straight session, adding 0.76% as resurgent iron ore prices lifted long-suffering producers.
President Barack Obama has signed an executive order to beef up security measures for federal credit cards, and urged banks and retailers to follow suit.
Labour laws need to tighten up.
The company should be privatised.
The post office has to diversify with new technology.
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