Women catch up with men in wine drinking stakes

Jan 19 2018 21:00

Major shifts in the wine industry over the past 12 years include gender equity in terms of wine drinkers, according to an expert in wine business strategy.


SA could see a new cryptocurrency trading app soon

Jan 19 2018 19:53

South Africa could soon see a new cryptocurrency app to be launched by the deVere Group, amid “soaring global demand” and in defiance of financial traditionalists.


Banks' bond war to benefit home buyers

Jan 19 2018 19:21

Strong competition among SA banks is expected to result in a buoyant home loan lending environment in 2018, according to bond originator ooba.


Brown hands Eskom ultimatum over Huarong loan agreement

Jan 19 2018 17:46

Public Enterprises Minister Lynne Brown has given the Eskom board an ultimatum to hand her a report on a controversial loan agreement.


Analysis & Opinion


BOOK REVIEW: Nike founder's tale proves the power of passion

The story of Nike is about about an entrepreneur’s journey, and how one...

Inside Labour

Inside Labour: Schools and democracy - a main message for 2018

The proposed curtailing of the power of school governing bodies is another...


The land grab question: property rights versus political gain

It remains to be seen whether sacrificing existing and protected property...


Why nuclear energy won't happen in SA - Wayne Duvenage

A fired-up civil society will challenge any energy plan with a whiff of...


Tackling Cape Town's water crisis

Instead of well-meant but unrealistic suggestions, it makes sense to go...

In other news

Tru-Cape breaks 16 millon carton sales

Jan 19 2018 15:54

Tru-Cape Fruit Marketing saw a volume increase of about 8% last year, breaking the volume record of 16 million cartons for the first time.

Oil halts rally as IEA warns US production surge looming

Jan 19 2018 13:06

Oil has slipped as the International Energy Agency became the latest to warn of a jump in US production.

UK retailers see Black Friday hangover as sales plunge

Jan 19 2018 12:15

UK retail sales have fallen the most in 18 months in December as stores experienced their customary post-Black Friday lull.

US stocks, dollar drop amid worries over government shutdown

Jan 19 2018 07:22

Wall Street stocks have pulled back from records and the dollar fell as anxiety over a possible US government shutdown weighed on investor sentiment.

Asia markets mostly up, traders nervously eye US funding row

Jan 19 2018 07:17

Asian markets have mostly risen after another positive week across trading floors but investors' desire for more buying was being tested by profit-taking and fears about a possible US government shutdown.

European stocks climb euro, treasuries steady

Jan 18 2018 12:27

The euro has strengthened and European stocks edged higher as data out of Asia lent the global growth story more momentum.

  • Winners
  • Losers
Selected from the top 100 Equities by Market cap.
Selected from the top 100 Equities by Market cap.
LosersPriceChange% Change
GRP Greenbay Properties Limit...R1.96R-0.14-6.67%
MTN Mtn Group LimitedR133.55R-5.35-3.85%
FFB Fortress Reit LimitedR35.22R-1.23-3.37%
ASR Assore LimitedR407.00R-13.01-3.10%
NED Nedbank Group LimitedR259.00R-8.17-3.06%
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Simpler is (almost) always better

Jan 20 2018 07:05

It’s in human nature to believe that simpler is somehow inferior. It is better for investors to opt for stocks with simple business models and easy-to-understand company results.

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Steinhoff International, once the darling of fund managers, risks falling out of the JSE top 100.

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