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MyFin24

SA reacts to high #unemployment

Aug 07 2017 16:42

South Africans took to Twitter to express their views as SA's unemployment rate remains stubbornly high at levels last seen in 2003.

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      Wynand Meyering: A response to Cosatu lashing out at SARB's Lesetja Kganyago

      Jul 24 2017 12:28

      If you want the highest possible economic growth, the inflation target should be zero in the economy, writes Fin24 user Wynand Meyering.

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      More MMM victims come forward as losses run into millions

      Jul 20 2017 14:23

      Stories shared by numerous Fin24 users tell a tale of loss, regret and disillusionment, with victims losing anything from R500 to a combined toll of R1.3m from a single family group.

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      MMM: I lost R90 000 instead of becoming a millionaire in 6 months

      Jul 14 2017 12:46

      Disgruntled former members of pyramid scheme MMM have reported mounting losses to Fin24, with the current tally at R649 000 and set to rise.

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      MEMES - #GigabaEconomicPlan

      Jul 14 2017 12:19

      Twitter has been abuzz with memes criticising Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba's 14-point plan for economic revival.

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      MMM victim: I lost R35 000 after system 'froze'

      Jul 12 2017 14:06

      A Fin24 user, who wishes to remain anonymous, lost R35 000 between herself and her fiancé from the Ponzi scheme MMM after the account "froze" in April 2016.

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      MEMES – Tweeps poke fun at Public Protector, question her abilities

      Jul 11 2017 11:16

      #PublicProtector has been trending, following reports that Busisiwe Mkhwebane won't oppose SARB's review application after she called for its constitutional mandate to be changed.

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      MEMES: Twitter responds to ANC's call to nationalise #ReserveBank

      Jul 06 2017 14:06

      Have a look at some of the reactions on Twitter to a proposal by the ANC's national policy conference that the SA Reserve Bank should be nationalised.

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      #SocialMediaShutdown trending - MEMES

      Jun 21 2017 16:05

      Ntsiki Mazwai has called on South Africans to boycott social media in protest against high data costs. Fin24 asked users if they thought this boycott would help reduce data costs.

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      SARB - The big conundrum

      Jun 20 2017 13:02

      South Africa’s monetary policy is facing a conundrum having to deal with a technical recession and ratings downgrades, says Tshwane City Councillor Jordan Griffiths.

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      #SocialMediaBlackout - MEMES

      Jun 20 2017 16:54

      South African poet and activist Ntsiki Mazwai has called on South Africans to boycott all social media platforms from midnight.

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      'Security personnel a law unto themselves'

      Jun 20 2017 13:41

      It is necessary to enforce the rule of law for security personnel, says a Fin24 user in response to Mandi Smallhorne’s column You're not above the law, Mr Armed Response.

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      Mr Probably Not: A response to Mandi Smallhorne

      Jun 19 2017 19:15

      Instead of moaning about security companies damaging grass, why not ask for additional patrols during certain times of the day, writes a Fin24 user.

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