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Coronavirus and retirement savings: 5 things experts want you to think about

Mar 04 2020 13:33

Instability in local and international stock markets – mainly due to concerns over the impact of the coronavirus – might have you concerned about preserving your retirement savings.


Africa's tallest skyscraper finally opens its doors

Mar 03 2020 20:05

The Leonardo opened its doors on Tuesday 3 March. Developers of the 234-metre tall building said the 240-suite hotel and residences were ready for occupation and some residents were already in the process of moving in.


4 ways to creatively finance a property deal

Feb 28 2020 22:11

There is a saying in the property world: find the deal and the money will come, says property investment expert and property wealth coach Andrew Walker.


House price growth could be 2.3% this year - if you are optimistic

Feb 24 2020 19:38

House prices in SA could increase on average by 2.3% this year, but a more pessimistic scenario could see them decline by 1.3%, according to analytics company Lightstone.


Art investment: These are the top 10 most bankable SA artists

Feb 28 2020 06:01

Who these top 10 artists are, is revealed in a new report by New World Wealth entitled 2020 Art Ratings - the most bankable artists in South Africa. New World Wealth is a global market research group based in Johannesburg.


Experts on expat tax: Too little, too late, Tito

Mar 01 2020 17:17

Budget 2020 includes 'a desperate attempt' to change the minds of those South Africans changing their tax residency to avoid expat tax, two experts say.


Expat tax is kicking in soon - here's what you should know

Feb 11 2020 06:00

If you are a South African working abroad and still a tax resident in SA, the so-called "expat tax" will come into effect from 1 March, 2020. Here's who it will impact most, and how.

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