SA's leaders have upped their support of the water-intensive coal industry, says Keith Schneider.
The world can't afford the $4.7trn a year in environmental costs of business, says Mandi Smallhorne.
With so much tilting voters against change, democratic reason is the loser, says Solly Moeng.
In South Africa, the demand for investing in a property in Cyprus has soared, according to CEO of Cypriot Realty, Jenny Ellinas.
The Gupta family has bought a R445m residence in the Emirates Hills section of Dubai, City Press newspaper has reported, citing two unidentified people.
If a business focuses on a particular country for its new markets, it could make sense to acquire a property there or use it to gain an additional passport.
Zimbabwe’s property sector is seriously under siege as the economy continues to face significant headwinds resulting in increased office surrenders and rent defaults.
There is an increased appetite among South African investors wanting to diversify into safe haven markets, including the property sector, says an expert.
Always be conscious of risk in your approach to the Real Estate Investment Trust sector, according to Andrew Parsons, MD of Resolution Capital Australia.
Rental figures show the residential rental option is broadly becoming more attractive compared to the relatively expensive home buying option, says an expert.
Buying property is a big decision that needs a lot of research as about 30% to 35% of your gross income could be going into your home loan repayment.
Sectional title developments can, under the right circumstances, be excellent investments, explains a property expert.
The current SA economy and heightened social tensions, make the category of home owners 'selling in order to emigrate' the one to watch, says a property expert.
In the competitive banking environment, it is a good idea for those thinking of buying a property to get themselves pre-approved for a bond, says a bond expert.
Research shows that rental payment collections in SA usually decline in January each year, according to a recent analysis conducted by credit bureau TPN.
Buying a property to let can be a sound financial investment – or a disaster. Here’s how to avoid the pitfalls.
Local telecommunications company Telkom says cable theft has cost it over R200m in losses during its 2015 financial year.
Necessary as the rand remains under pressure
Going to put more strain on consumers
It doesn’t affect me
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