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Culture change from below is the only way to overcome poverty, says Leopold Scholtz.
After the tech euphoria of 2013, the fast-moving sector has hit a speed bump.
A Fin24 user is surprised to find out that he must pay tax on an outstanding loan amount, taken from his pension fund, now that he has resigned.
A survey looks at various ways in which home owners could unknowingly be sabotaging the sale of their homes.
The new CEO of the Institute of Retirement Funds Africa wants to ensure that legislation does not adversely affect members' future retirement income.
A Fin24 user who was told by his company that he has now become an independent consultant is worried about tax implications.
One of the constraining factors for vehicle sales in SA may be a shift towards a greater focus on home buying by the household sector, says an expert.
Despite many consumers teetering on the edge of insolvency, South Africans' debt hunger has grown even stronger, says an expert.
CrudeShares announces a private platform for the oil and gas industry, which allows buyers and sellers of privately held shares to interchange.
Changing the money creation system may be simpler than we think, says Edward Ingram.
Consumers who are neck deep in debt are set for another windfall, with legislation in place to make it illegal to collect debt that is more than three years old.
Draft regulations and a related explanatory memorandum for hedge funds have been published for public comment, the Financial Services Board and Treasury say.
The banking ombudsman has recovered about R16m from banks out of more than 1 900 complaints which were found in favour of the consumer.
More than a fifth of complaints to the banking ombudsman in the past year involved automated teller machines, according to its annual report.
The National Credit Regulator has issued a compliance notice to a credit bureau for keeping information about the medical status of consumers on its records.
The EFF in Gauteng will focus all its energy on improving the lives of the poor, the party's premier candidate Dali Mpofu says.
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