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BlackBerry is ‘still hot’, say Fin24 users

Sep 29 2015 11:10

Local BlackBerry fans haven’t been put off by Google Android and Apple iOS’s dramatic rise over the last five years.


    Mailbox: Who are the real e-toll beneficiaries?

    Sep 29 2015 01:13

    Who is really benefiting from e-tolls, ask fed-up Fin24 users who say they won't vote for the ANC again because of the lack of clarity around the issue.


    Mailbox: VW consumers taken for a ride

    Sep 29 2015 01:23

    Volkswagen products should be avoided at all costs, says a Fin24 user who believes the consumer has been taken for a ride.


    Mailbox: No to e-tolls, yes for fraudster fine

    Sep 22 2015 14:06

    Gautengers are still refusing to accept the e-tolls model, but Fin24 users applaud the stiff sentence given to a motorist who falsified his number plates.


    Client not happy with FNB's 'advice'

    Sep 22 2015 15:01

    FNB has denied it refuses likely clients the chance to open bank accounts in response to a Fin24 user's concern that the bank may have discriminated against his partner.


    Drug, booze stocks to gain from Bok shock

    Sep 22 2015 08:52

    In the aftermath of a shocking Rugby World Cup defeat of SA by Japan, a Fin24 user has outlined 5 industry stocks that stand to benefit from the situation.


    ‘Mxit chose to be stubborn’

    Sep 21 2015 14:30

    Fin24 users have expressed their views on mobile social network Mxit’s dramatic decline.


    Mailbox: Hands off our schemes, say users

    Sep 21 2015 07:10

    As the National Consumer Commission is probing nine suspected pyramid schemes, two Fin24 users have come out in defence of this investment type.


    Questions over Telkom's choice of 'fibrehoods'

    Sep 16 2015 15:39

    Fin24 users have asked why Telkom is only targeting middle to high income areas with its fibre installations.


    Mailbox: SA labour laws a stumbling block

    Sep 17 2015 07:48

    A Fin24 user and small business owner agrees with businessman Herman Mashaba's prognosis that SA's labour laws are an economic stumbling block.



    Mailbox: We must work together for radical change

    Sep 15 2015 10:54

    A Fin24 reader has added to prominent businessman Herman Mashaba's criticism of SA's labour laws, calling it reverse racial discrimination and counter productive.

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