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To SA from Bermuda: There is no such thing as tax-free havens

Apr 19 2017 13:54

Not paying income tax does not necessarily mean South African expats pay no tax at all, writes a Fin24 user working in Bermuda, using payroll tax as example.


Vox pop: Learn from Gordhan, locals tell Gigaba on downgrade

Apr 19 2017 14:50

South Africans told Fin24 they fear price hikes, and that new Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba must be mindful of the impact his decisions will have on the country.


A response to Patrick Bond: How to grow SA

Apr 09 2017 17:58

An entrepreneur proposes a way for the country to improve its credit rating, grow the economy and cut unemployment.


#GordhanGupta: Gordhan will sadly be fired - user

Mar 30 2017 19:59

Twitter users respond to a Fin24 poll about the fate of Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan.


'JZ’s wrecking ball bulldozing your financial wellbeing'

Mar 29 2017 12:58

A seriously concerned citizen explains how President Jacob Zuma's regular reckless actions devastate the financial wellbeing of South Africans.


R5m pigeon buy ruffles feathers on social media

Mar 10 2017 19:55

South African pigeon fanciers buying a world famous racing pigeon for about R5m have left social media users scratching their heads.


International Womens Day: We are all wonderwomen!

Mar 10 2017 17:51

Women across the world were celebrated on Wednesday, which marked International Women's Day. Have a look at some of the tweets.


BEWARE: Woman scammed of R35 000 by online fling

Feb 26 2017 14:37

A Fin24 user has come forward to share her story of how she was conned by a man who she met online.


R20/hour wage deal: What Fin24 users think

Feb 12 2017 14:01

Is the proposed national minimum wage of R20 an hour a boon for exploited workers, or will it simply add to SA's unemployment woes? Fin24 users give their views.



#SONA2017: What Zuma should have addressed

Feb 10 2017 12:22

A snap Fin24 Twitter poll shows that many respondents expected President Jacob Zuma to focus on economic growth as his top priority during his State of the Nation Address.


Wage deal: 'Leaders buying buffaloes instead of funding education'

Feb 09 2017 12:31

The R20 an hour minimum wage deal has been widely criticised, with one Fin24 user saying SA's leaders are buying buffaloes instead of funding education for poor black children.

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