The cost of uninformed medical consent runs into billions, says Mandi Smallhorne.
Athens' relations with the EU was an accident waiting to happen, says Leopold Scholtz.
Nene's budget may be a touch too conservative, says Jaco Leuvennink.
The rental market demand in in certain parts of Cape Town is stronger than ever for a variety of reasons, according to various experts.
Polo is the latest trend when it comes to business networking and also attracts international investment, say the organisers of an annual event.
Multinational companies operating in SA are keeping mum on the ANC's plan to ban foreign ownership of land, which was unveiled after its NEC met last month.
Year-on-year growth in the average nominal value of middle-segment homes in the SA remains relatively stable, according to a property expert.
All companies and close corporations are required by law to submit their annual returns with the within 30 days of the anniversary date of its incorporation.
The Atlantic seaboard continues to gain in value as a luxury property destination, with posh Johannesburg suburbs hot on its heels, according to a study on SA wealth.
The residential property market in SA is set to show another relatively good performance in 2015, says an expert as he looks at trends.
Applying for a bond when you are self-employed can be a tedious process, unless you are well prepared and understand the bank's specific requirements.
The residential property industry is expected to be generally positive in 2015, First National Bank says.
Johannesburg’s Braamfontein district is undergoing a revival after the 1990s exodus of big businesses to hubs further north such as Sandton.
Billionaire businessman Patrice Motsepe has reportedly paid what is believed to be a record price of R69m for a house in Cape Town’s exclusive Bishopscourt.
Japan seems to have the right mix for a vibrant short-term home rental market, but firms hoping to cash in need to wait for local governments to relax curbs.
A "staycation" is the perfect time to do small improvements to your home that will not only freshen it up, but will also give you a great start to the New Year.
The Italian government is pushing to speed up the roll-out of ultrafast broadband networks to help its ailing economy.
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