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Migration, borders a challenge to African free trade - futurist

Jan 19 2020 14:22

The African Continental Free Trade Area will test the capacity for African leadership to build consensus in translating policy to practice, says a futurist.


Don't rule out another rate cut in 2020 - economists

Jan 19 2020 11:00

The Reserve Bank's quarterly projection model signals two repo rate cuts of 25 basis points in 2020. However, this is a broad policy guideline which could change.


How investment debit orders can help you build long-term wealth

Jan 19 2020 12:30

Don't wait until you have a large amount of money to invest: the key to building wealth is just starting somewhere and letting your returns generate over time, says Ebrahim Moola of Bobats Wealth Solutions.


As SA retailers struggle, other African markets start to shine

Jan 19 2020 08:00

Seven of the top 30 economies whose retail sector showed considerable growth in 2019 were from Africa, however SA did not even get ranked among the 200 economies featured.


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OPINION: Want to retire early? Don't get burnt by the FIRE

Be realistic about the Financial Independence, Retire Early movement,...


Solly Moeng: What story will Team SA be selling at Davos this time?

There doesn't seem to be a sufficiently good story to tell yet, says Solly...


Daniel Silke: Ramaphosa is yet to tame his own party

The president is caught in a policy trap, says Daniel Silke....


OPINION: No one gets rich just by cutting personal spending

If you follow three simple rules, you can ignore the rest of the world's...


ANALYSIS: 2020 vision to end generation capacity constraints and loadshedding in South Africa

Eskom is not too big to fail – it has already failed. The issue now is...

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Govt readies asset sales as SAA faces funding crisis

Jan 18 2020 21:05

The loss-making carrier has already burned through a loan it got from banks last month, according to people familiar with the matter.

European Union to send R270 million in emergency food aid to Zimbabwe

Jan 18 2020 14:02

The EU says about half of the country’s population are at the risk of facing severe hunger.

Numsa welcomes resignation of SAA director Kingston, calls on rest of board to follow suit

Jan 18 2020 05:00

The National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa and the SA Cabin Crew Association said Kingston's resignation is a 'positive step'.

Old Mutual vs Moyo: The battle is far from over

Jan 17 2020 20:45

Peter Moyo wants to take his case to the supreme court, and Old Mutual is ready to fight him again.

700 homes for sale in posh Constantia? Nope, say agents

Jan 18 2020 07:00

Could there really be about 700 properties up for sale in the wealthy, rustic Cape Town southern suburb of Constantia?

MONEY CLINIC: I have R7m in my retirement fund, which would be the best way to invest?

Jan 18 2020 07:00

A Fin24 user wants to know the best way to invest his R7m retirement fund. A life annuity or moving funds to a private financial advisor.



Rise of the virgin drinks

Jan 16 2020 09:38

Since launching the world’s first non-alcoholic gin and tonic, South African brand The Duchess has been cashing in on the growing demand for non-alcoholic and low-calorie drinks.

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