Loading...

6 tips to tame temptation on Black Friday

Economy

Patel wants Oakbay to pay back R293m by midnight

Nov 23 2017 21:22

Minister of Economic Development Ebrahim Patel has given Gupta-linked company Oakbay Resources until midnight on Thursday to pay back R293m to the Industrial Development Corporation.

Economy

Weak GDP growth could not tempt SARB to cut rates - analyst

Nov 23 2017 20:18

While SARB governor Lesetja Kganyago reiterated that GDP growth has remained weak, it was not enough to tempt the MPC to cut rates, says an investment analyst.

Tech

#BlackFriday website crashes could cause massive damage to online firms

Nov 23 2017 19:08

Big online retailers could face massive brand reputational damage if their websites are hit by downtime when the rush of Black Friday hits in a few hours' time.

Eskom

AS IT HAPPENED: Koko did not follow correct procedures to declare interest- witness

Nov 23 2017 14:24

Eskom’s manager of governance and ethics, Allison Seckle said that suspended Eskom executive Matshela did not follow the correct processes in declaring conflict of interest.

Eskom

Hawks probing Brian Molefe's R30m pension payout claims

Nov 23 2017 20:15

While Solidarity aims to put legal pressure on former Eskom CEO Brian Molefe to repay his "unlawful" R30m pension payout, the Hawks confirmed it is already investigating the matter.

 

Analysis & Opinion

Opinion

BOOK REVIEW: How big data exposes everyday lies

Analysing Big Data reveals that there is more to human behaviour and society...

Opinion

SA eyes Zimbabwe with a mixture of hope and trepidation

Zimbabwe seems to have been handed a poisoned chalice rather than a harbinger...

Opinion

How Africa can leapfrog to new competitiveness

With the right leadership and foresight, the African continent can sustain...

Opinion

Eskom inquiry: So what?

The Eskom inquiry has finally put into practice the theory that Parliament’s...

Opinion

Making money on the JSE: Five of the best

Despite a tough economic environment, it is still possible to make considerable...

In other news

New residential launch in Umhlanga Ridge

Nov 23 2017 14:12

Summer Park Umhlanga, the newest residential offering within the Umhlanga Ridge town centre, will offer unites priced from R950 000.

Uber faces EU-wide privacy probes into hidden hacking attack

Nov 23 2017 13:30

Uber faces privacy probes across the European Union from regulators who vowed to look into the huge data breach that the company hid for more than a year.

Coal producers conclude 3-year wage agreement

Nov 23 2017 12:48

The Chamber of Mines has reached a three-year wage settlement with the National Union of Mineworkers.

Eurozone companies create jobs at fastest pace in 17 years

Nov 23 2017 11:49

The eurozone economy has picked up momentum in November as companies boosted hiring at the fastest pace in 17 years to work through their backlog of orders.

German trade boosts economic growth as political risks rise

Nov 23 2017 10:47

Exports and investment have propelled German growth in the third quarter, putting it in a strong position to weather rising political uncertainty after coalition talks collapsed.

China's $3.4trn corporate bond market faces rocky 2018

Nov 23 2017 10:34

China’s deleveraging campaign is finally starting to bite the corporate-bond market, a shift that will make 2018 a clearer test of policy makers’ appetites to let struggling companies fail.

  • Winners
  • Losers
Selected from the top 100 Equities by Market cap.
WinnersPriceChange% Change
ITE Italtile LimitedR12.34R0.645.47%
DCP Dis-chem Pharmacies Limit...R34.15R1.263.83%
CLS Clicks Group LimitedR164.97R4.973.11%
BAT Brait SeR44.50R1.313.03%
TRU Truworths International L...R76.52R2.102.82%
Selected from the top 100 Equities by Market cap.
LosersPriceChange% Change
EOH Eoh Holdings LimitedR81.30R-7.20-8.14%
MSP Mas Real Estate IncR31.60R-1.40-4.24%
NPN Naspers LimitedR3741.75R-158.35-4.06%
KIO Kumba Iron Ore LimitedR315.62R-10.88-3.33%
EXX Exxaro Resources LimitedR155.50R-3.57-2.24%
All JSE data is delayed by at least 15 minutes and provided by INET BFA

Inside Fin24.com

 
Finweek

Private school education in SA costs R2.2m per child

Nov 23 2017 15:52

Between 2010 and 2015, the cost of education rose by around 50%. Most parents would have to start saving for their kids' education before their children are even born to be able to afford it.

Company Snapshot

Money Clinic

Money Clinic
Do you have a question about your finances? We'll get an expert opinion.
Click here...

Voting Booth

Are you participating in #BackFriday sales?

Previous results · Suggest a vote

Loading...