Government must up its game and save state-owned firms, says Mzwandile Jacks.
In practice, democracy and socialism are at worst deadly enemies, says Leopold Scholtz.
Long-established brands can develop a false sense of comfort, says Solly Moeng.
A Fin24 user plans to live in Australia permanently and is not sure about the tax implications regarding his salary from an SA company.
Transparency and fairness are lacking in the financial services industry in general, according to the CEO of a global association of investment professionals.
More property owners let their properties themselves, but it is hard to find a great tenant among the faceless strangers on the internet, says an expert.
It is likely that middle to high income earners will feel the post-budget pinch, according to Hugo Malherbe, product development executive at PPS Investments.
If investors fear putting money into a new-age city in sea of poverty, then the billions already invested in Steyn City and developing the surrounding areas should quell that concern.
The biggest hurdle facing the insurance industry is that consumers don’t trust financial advisers, says a life insurance expert, who has a vision for a client centric future.
The future of SA is at a crucial strategic point, where key decisions by government and business could make or break the Rainbow Nation, according to Chantell Ilbury.
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The firefighters battling a raging fire in Cape Town should get affordable critical illness cover from an insurance provider, according to Momentum’s chief medical officer.
Accidents on South Africa’s roads resulted in 49% of all unnatural deaths being claimed through life insurance in 2014, according to Momentum.
A Fin24 user has shares in a company which was delisted from the JSE and he is not sure what the current value of his investment would be.
A Fin24 user is frustrated because he cannot get any credit at financial institutions, despite having come out of debt counselling.
The Cape Town rental market remains buoyant with demand having picked up immediately after the December holidays, according to Pam Golding Properties.
The Independent media group has stopped paying its fees to the SA Press Association, Grubstreet has reported.
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