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Gauteng 'tops' for ATM related robberies, Eastern Cape for bank robberies - new study

Jun 26 2019 20:56

Most robberies after people withdrew money at an ATM or inside a bank branch occur in Gauteng, according to a report by the SA Banking Risk Information Centre.


Zondo Inquiry: How tensions over Mumbai-Joburg route pushed SAA into agreement

Jun 26 2019 19:57

Former South African Airways (SAA) CEO, Sizakele Mzimela, told the state capture commission of inquiry on Wednesday of the tension caused by the proposal to terminate the Mumbai-Johannesburg route, specifically between SAA, former Public Enterprises Minister Malusi Gigaba and Gupta-linked company Jet Airways.


WATCH: What happens in the event of a no-deal Brexit?

Jun 26 2019 20:28

The UK is due to leave the EU on October 31 - but what happens if it fails to reach a departure deal with the EU before that date? Here is a look at some of the possible consequences of a no-deal departure.


Gupta companies square off in court over money spat

Jun 26 2019 17:44

The High Court in Pretoria has heard arguments in a case between Gupta-owned companies, with Oakbay seeking an order to remove Tegeta's business rescue practitioners.


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Childcare, 'baby cash', 3 years off: 5 top parenting benefits from around the world

From 3 years of paid parental leave to R57 000 in "baby cash", Fin24 rounded...


Solly Moeng: SA's great post-election anticlimax

Contrary to all the pre-electoral promises and expectations, indications...


Stop harassment, but don't kill YouTube in the process

YouTube’s latest attempt to crack down on hate speech has produced significant...


BOOK EXTRACT: Make your money work for you

Mention the word ‘investments’ and most people’s eyes glaze over. If you...


Wandile Sihlobo: The great maize crisis of 2019

It's not just Zimbabwe and Mozambique facing a worrying shortage of maize...

In other news

European stock markets steady at open

Jun 21 2019 10:24

European stock markets have steadied at the start of trading, with London's benchmark FTSE 100 index gaining 0.1% to 7 430.39 points.

Tokyo stocks close lower on stronger yen

Jun 21 2019 10:21

Tokyo stocks have closed lower as a firmer yen overwhelmed positive sentiment from rallies on Wall Street.

Oil rises again on tension fuelled by tanker attacks

Jun 16 2019 17:26

Oil prices rose again in reaction to geopolitical tension, building on a surge sparked by suspected attacks on two tankers in the Gulf of Oman.

Could crowdfunding turn a patisserie into the 'Starbucks of Senegal'?

Jun 11 2019 17:39

A Senegalese investment group is using crowdfunding for the first time to set up a chain of patisseries across the country.

Stocks buoyed by US trade, rate hopes

Jun 10 2019 16:39

Stock markets have risen, building on strong pre-weekend gains, after weak US jobs data fanned expectations the Federal Reserve will cut interest rates next month.

Stop paying for these mistakes

Jun 09 2019 09:20

When companies that are thriving take on large, capital-intensive projects, they often fail to deliver. And shareholders pay the price for this. Sasol’s Lake Charles project is a case in point, writes investment expert Simon Brown.



Where you should invest is a ‘no-brainer’

Jun 24 2019 13:03

Although global equities have done incredibly well during the past decade, this is unlikely to remain so indefinitely. And there are great high-yield, lower-risk investment options here at home.

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