Always get on with the person with the money, Ian Mann finds out.
Equatorial Guinea aims to be a welcoming business destination.
The road beyond the electoral speed hump could be rocky indeed, says Terry Bell.
The Chinese building a mini city in Jhb will:
Create more jobs 7% 49 votes
Help grow the Gauteng economy 20% 135 votes
Lead to a Chinese invasion 56% 381 votes
I don't care 17% 119 votes
Load shedding vs higher electricity tariffs:
I will pay more if Eskom keeps the lights on 7% 101 votes
No power cuts or higher prices for me 24% 369 votes
The key lies in better management 70% 1083 votes
Provinces must be allowed to have their say on e-toll laws.
Yes, it affects motorists countrywide. 62% 596 votes
No, The government doesn't listen anyway. 20% 190 votes
I don't care. 18% 172 votes
Will the budget address key issues facing SA?
No, it's pre-election & the ANC needs votes. 71% 245 votes
Yes, Pravin always tells it like it is. 10% 36 votes
Maybe Pravin will play Robin Hood. 19% 64 votes
Should Tito Mboweni return to government?
Yes, business savvy politicians are needed. 43% 196 votes
No, politics is a dirty game. 22% 101 votes
He should be the next finance minister. 35% 162 votes
R1 400 for winelands villa lotto ticket:
I'd buy a ticket if I could win a home. 27% 37 votes
I wont taking chances with so much money. 22% 30 votes
This is a possible a scam. 52% 72 votes
SABC CEO Lulama Mokhobo's resignation is:
No surprise. The SABC is dysfunctional. 63% 687 votes
Shocking. The SABC needs stability. 3% 37 votes
I don't care. 34% 374 votes
The Sanral powder scare is:
Good, the public rejects e-tolls 69% 480 votes
Bad, it could lead to anarchy 16% 115 votes
It doesn't affect me 15% 105 votes
Nelson Mandela and you - I pledge:
to give charity in his name 8% 86 votes
to say a prayer for SA 34% 364 votes
to be part of the rainbow nation 58% 633 votes
Have you bought your e-tag?
Yes, I want to be prepared 8% 94 votes
No, I don’t intend to 81% 958 votes
It doesn’t affect me 11% 131 votes
Do you invest primarily in equities?
Yes - It's easy to understand 78% 64 votes
No - I prefer other asset classes 22% 18 votes
Alternative investments require special know-how and skill
I agree - what do I know about art anyway? 100% 1 votes
No way - it takes some homework but no expertise 0% 0 votes
Is the market heading for a "double dip"?
Yes - Time to cash out 42% 14 votes
No - It's a great time for investing 58% 19 votes
Do ETFs trump unit trusts?
Yes - Just look at Mike Brown's stats 75% 9 votes
No - Unit trusts are actively managed 25% 3 votes
Yes - but it won't beat inflation over time 100% 3 votes
Maybe - But shares still offer the best returns 0% 0 votes
Unit trusts appeal to me because:
They offer long term superior returns 83% 5 votes
Unit trusts are liquid 17% 1 votes
They don't appeal to me 0% 0 votes
Which sector will shoot the lights out in 2010?
Commodities - The world needs resources 70% 44 votes
Financials - The banks will bounce back 30% 19 votes
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