Taxpayers keep funding structures with big plans but who knows what efficacy, says Mandi Smallhorne.
An expert unpacks the tell-tale signs to watch out for.
A smokescreen of misleading rhetoric won't make SA's problems go away, says Terry Bell.
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A Fin24 user is willing to make a relatively high risk investment with an unexpected sum of money he received.
A Fin24 user with a lump sum of R3 000 to invest wants to try something different.
A Fin24 user says he is ready to invest R2m to try and get a good pension.
A Fin24 user wants to know what is going to happen to his shares in African Bank.
A Fin24 user says he has some spare cash to invest and wants some suggestions.
A Fin24 user wants to know if he should put an extra lump sum he has available towards his home loan, his car finance or elsewhere.
A Fin24 user wants to know about online investment platforms and investing on the JSE by himself.
A Fin24 user says he is ready to make a once-off investment, but he has certain conditions.
A Fin24 user wants to invest to get the best returns, yet with easy access to his money.
A Fin24 user and three friends are looking for the best way to start investing together.
Why pay five-star costs for a three-star accommodation, asks Mandi Smallhorne.
Revisiting your business model can be a useful tool for reviving your business.
The prospect of paperless education will soon become a reality in SA.
Sensational networking platform, The Hookup Dinner brings life into networking.
A video highlighting dangers of cyber bullying receives a warm welcome online.
Smaller enterprises are giving super computer power to ordinary entrepreneurs.
A user blames his lack of education about filing tax returns for his current plight.
A Fin24 user wonders what could happen to Sasol shares.
A Fin24 user wants to know if shares he owns still have any value after the company had been sold and the new holding company then entered into a merger.
President Jacob Zuma's office says stability at the SABC is important after several board members have been axed from the public broadcaster.
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