A book by Dragon’s Den panellists is full of insights for fledgling entrepreneurs, says Ian Mann.
All claims of fact made in the media should be verifiable, says Mandi Smallhorne.
It has been a grave mistake to defy both Russia and France, says Leopold Scholtz.
SA faces a year of crisis but a toxic environment is a great opportunity for businesses that ‘hug’ their people and customers, says Aki Kalliatakis.
Ian Mann discusses a print extension of the Dragon’s Den TV series packed with insights to help fledgling entrepreneurs perfect their business pitch.
People make decisions and acquire beliefs based on the written word, so all claims of fact made in the media should be verifiable, says Mandi Smallhorne.
Pope Francis has much to teach SA politicians who drive fancy cars while their constituencies suffer from the ravages of unemployment, says Mzwandile Jacks.
True shopfloor democracy and the tolerance of difference may be the only hope left to halt trade unions' slide towards irrelevance, says Terry Bell.
SA's planned nuclear would be a financial, environmental, and ethical disaster, says user.
Columnist Andrew Donaldson tackles the ANC's rotting corpse in his book.
A new definition of expropriation has a potential risk for all who own any form of property in SA.
Most Fin24 users are sceptical about the idea of banks rolling out fingerprint ATMs.
A closer look at three firms that offer value despite the market trading at all-time highs.
An economist questions Sarb's theory of using inflation targeting as the measure for rate hikes.
Your credit rating can determine the cost of your debt.
Data shows SA has narrowly shunned recession, but many say it's still inevitable.
Islamic State has made a grave mistake by defying two big powers – Russia and France – almost at the same time, says Leopold Scholtz.
No political heavyweight seems courageous enough to speak out against the stink left by the shenanigans of SAA's chairperson, says Solly Moeng.
In the war between digital music and the compact disc, the winners were consumers and the losers the recording companies and artists, says Ian Mann.
A brain fingerprint could flush out those with murderous intent, says Edward Ingram.
It's time for businesses to stop thinking consumers are gullible, says Mandi Smallhorne.
There is an urgent need to restore confidence in SA's parastatals as their leaders have lost sight of what they're supposed to do, says Nonkululeko Gobodo
Will the visit to Zimbabwe by China’s President Xi Jinping be the medicine the doctor ordered for the ailing Zimbabwean economy, asks Malcom Sharara.
Vladimir Putin's revelation that Islamic State terrorist funders include some G20 members sent shock waves through a recent summit, says Leopold Scholtz.
Financial services company Discovery says it is giving away Apple Watch wearable devices - but at an exercising cost.
Going to negatively affect consumers this festive season
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I don’t care, it doesn’t affect me
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