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    Aziz El Yaakoubi, Jeff Mason and Yara Bayoumy, Reuters / 20 October 2018 Trump says Saudi account credible.
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    Herman Wasserman / 20 October 2018 Why journalists in South Africa should do some self-reflection.
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The top shared articles of the past 7 days.
    Ingé Lamprecht / 15 October 2018 Life insurer in possible breach of FAIS code of conduct, says legal expert.
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    Hilton Tarrant / 16 October 2018 Absa’s '13%' special offer has put these products back in the spotlight.
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    Ingé Lamprecht / 19 October 2018 This may be why.
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    Ciaran Ryan / 15 October 2018 Banks are clogging the system by bringing cases to the high court that properly belong in the lower courts.
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    Ciaran Ryan / 15 October 2018 While the contractor issues 4 000 summonses a month, the legal woes continue.
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    Mike Schüssler / 19 October 2018 South Africans have a more than one in 10 chance of being a victim of crime every year – and this excludes bribes and business-related crime.
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    Hilton Tarrant / 17 October 2018 Getting onto higher reward levels makes a massive difference …
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    Antoinette Slabbert / 16 October 2018 Families lose money, dream holidays turn into nightmares, tourists are going elsewhere.
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    Antoinette Slabbert / 16 October 2018 Govender resigns, money for salaries questioned.
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    Patrick Cairns / 16 October 2018 Not so stable?
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    Suren Naidoo / 17 October 2018 Planning delays by the city has resulted in a loss around R100 million for one developer.
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    Patrick Cairns / 18 October 2018 It's that they have no competitive advantage.
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    Barbara Curson / 15 October 2018 Government should ruthlessly focus on more crucial projects.
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    Arabile Gumede / 16 October 2018 If the lender or seller is not registered as a credit provider.
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    Ingé Lamprecht / 16 October 2018 CEO Hylton Kallner says court files have been sealed and provides context.
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    Ryk van Niekerk / 15 October 2018 ‘I think what we’re seeing at the moment is unsettling for investors but it’s a very healthy correction, a very badly needed correction’ – Tony Bell, Vunani Fund Managers.
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    Sasha Planting / 19 October 2018 But pay attention to fees.
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    Patrick Cairns / 17 October 2018 It depends which index you use.
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    Peter Armitage / 14 October 2018 Smaller, independent firms have risen, making inroads into the market share dominated by life- and bank-owned asset managers in the preceding decades.
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The top shared articles of the past month.
    Patrick Cairns / 11 October 2018 Absa's special offer is not what it seems at first glance.
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    Ingé Lamprecht / 15 October 2018 Life insurer in possible breach of FAIS code of conduct, says legal expert.
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    Ian Edwards / 13 October 2018 A house and pension are the only assets that should be kept in SA, the rest should be invested in hard currency assets that will protect investor's buying power.
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    Hilton Tarrant / 16 October 2018 Absa’s '13%' special offer has put these products back in the spotlight.
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    Hilton Tarrant / 9 October 2018 Leroy Merlin is unlike anything we’ve seen in SA.
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    Ingé Lamprecht / 19 October 2018 This may be why.
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    Bloomberg / 11 October 2018 Fixing Eskom is arguably the president's biggest challenge.
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    Sasha Planting / 3 October 2018 The company says it's part of the new organisational design.
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    Tim Mertens / 30 September 2018 A popular misconception around financial emigration is that you have to give up your South African passport and citizenship.
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    Antoinette Slabbert / 21 September 2018 Prepared to die for radical economic transformation, president says.
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    Ingé Lamprecht / 8 October 2018 Thousands of sectional title residential properties may be affected by erroneous categorisation.
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    Prinesha Naidoo / 11 October 2018 No planned job cuts as group puts customers at the centre of business.
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    Antoinette Slabbert / 2 October 2018 Government misses deadline to resolve Gauteng e-tolling issue.
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    Ciaran Ryan / 1 October 2018 It’s preferable to start saving when you’re in your 20s, but the ‘better late than never’ maxim holds true.
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    Ciaran Ryan / 15 October 2018 Banks are clogging the system by bringing cases to the high court that properly belong in the lower courts.
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    Steven Nathan / 25 September 2018 A poor performing economy is no reason to abandon your retirement savings.
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    Ciaran Ryan / 15 October 2018 While the contractor issues 4 000 summonses a month, the legal woes continue.
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    Ciaran Ryan / 1 October 2018 'Thousands of vehicles are being repossessed each year based on false figures.'
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The latest 20 comments.
  1. Dat Boi

    20 October 2018 @ 9:11 pm
  2. Our so-called journalists are the lowest of the low.
  3. forge4

    20 October 2018 @ 7:32 pm
  4. and not a squeak from SA government, I mean it's not even a week ago they were talking business(Denel), just wondering what the response would have been, lets say for instance this was Israel and not Saudi.
  5. teamed209

    20 October 2018 @ 7:23 pm
  6. R60/$ you say, good luck with that.
  7. Thando Obi

    20 October 2018 @ 5:57 pm
  8. Their desperate attempt at recovering losses is really pathetic, unjust, and so unethical! For the first time this year my travel expense claim was rejected on the basis that supporating docs were required from my employer. The letter needed to state that the company vehicle I used was a tool of trade and used for business. How absurd is that! My IRP5 states that I am a sales rep and also the company car benefit is listed in there. After a long wait (6 weeks) while they audited me, Sars provide feedback that they are no longer owing me R14k but that I owe them R5k. I went in to their local office to enquire further. Was told that there was a missing column on my logbook where I need to state my reasons for travel??? I was shocked by this response as my logbook clearly highlights business and private km's travelled. When I tried to explain to the Sars consultant that as a replacement, all I do is see clientsome so what was it that they wanted me to declare. She responded so arrogantly that I still needed to state on the missing that I've been visiting clients. I pushed back because the thought of leaving Sars and having to queue up again the next day was daunting. Ultimately she uploaded my documents and advised that my objection would take 60 working days to be resolved! I'm not holding my breath for my claim, as I can already foresee that they will give me more excuses NOT to pay me.
  9. Colson

    20 October 2018 @ 4:13 pm
  10. A 'crime pays society' is exactly what the crime-syndicate known as the ANC wanted.
  11. Johan_Buys

    20 October 2018 @ 3:37 pm
  12. I can’t over-emphasize the importance of selecting assets, not currencies! If you had gone GBP but invested in Glencore IPO you made a bad investment If you had stayed ZAR at that time but invested in SAB you would have made a great investment. Actually the SAB investment probably tracked above foreign currencies over 5, 10, 20, 40 years. For costs, most foreign banks have a securities arm so your only costs should be an annual banking fee plus the normal brokerage fees per transaction. The tax side can get hairy dealing with withholding taxes in dividends, CGT is surprisingly simple (the gain in the underlying converted at the rate when realized) Just tread carefully, US indices are VERY expensive after a massive run since March 2009. Several individual stocks are up 30% per year over the period.
  13. Africa Pragmatist

    20 October 2018 @ 11:13 am
  14. Informal economies may be somewhat diverse but they are mostly illegal and non-tax paying, which does not permit growth and development.
  15. langezand

    20 October 2018 @ 10:41 am
  16. Never a word is spoken as to when EWC will be terminated , after reaching its goal . Essentially it is just another BEE exercise , and will be conducted in the same fashion .....moving goal posts , primarily assisting the polically connected , a power tool for the ANC to purchase votes , and slowly reducing the effectiveness of SOE,s management , and the viability of the private sector in SA .
  17. Milo Compton

    20 October 2018 @ 10:33 am
  18. My overseas orders have disappeared at the Post Office. They made it through customs clearance and handed to the SAPO and then went missing. I cannot take the risk when exporting to my overseas customers anymore. I only have to two options left: use expensive local shipping agents/intl couriers OR shift my entire business overseas to be closer to my customers and in a safer economy. The performance of SAPO tells me that their only chance of survival is to start a new business where they are protected from competition, i.e. government contract to social recipients
  19. langezand

    20 October 2018 @ 10:26 am
  20. I love a drink , and most of us probably do , in some form or other , so owning shares in the biggest beer company , would seem a no brainer . Yet since 2017 their shares have declined by nearly 30 % , so it seems one has to accept that a hangover is always part of life .
  21. Jonnoxx

    20 October 2018 @ 10:12 am
  22. Ha ha! The "SA National Editors'Forum" is going to launch an investigation into "editorial integrity" at the Sunday Times? This is the the SAME body that has been mysteriously SJOEPSTIL about the the state capture of the Independent Newspaper Group by Iqbal SERVAL??? No body can be trusted to "self-regulate"! Doesn't matter whether it's Lawyers, Doctors, Estate Agents, or Car Mechanics. The end-result is anaemic, if not an outright whitewash and cover up (eg Bobroff). For a disciplinary body to have REAL credibility, and above all, to truly succeed in its oft-stated mission (act in the "best" interests of the clientele) , it needs to be chaired by a "CLIENT representative" and NOT an industry representative. And similarly, the investigating board must also comprise at least 50% CLIENT representatives. Nothing less than this will be CREDIBLE for a trustworthy outcome. This is is particularly so for the media - where too many journalists are using their office as an opportunity to advance their own private political views.
  23. MichaelfromKlerksdorp

    20 October 2018 @ 9:44 am
  24. One has to commend the president and his team for trying to attract foreign investment. However......... You see, IF our ANC govt (instead) had the vision and leadership decades ago to be business friendly / pro-business / curbing power of unions & labour law / reduce SARS & govt red tape / racist rules for business owners / not support calls for 'WMC' etc / reduce tax rates / corruption...(...the list is longer..besides everyone KNOWS the solutions) i.e. to generally ensure that an environment is created for business to expand/flourish, IT WON'T BE NECESSARY TO HAVE SUCH A SUMMIT IN THE FIRST PLACE! But no, the ANC chose to hang on to populism instead...(otherwise, they may not be in power today(?) One of the pillars that was needed was to truly uplift the education for the masses, but not even that was tangibly achieved since 1994. Their teachers have a low education level. For me, the future of SA is "certain"..as clear as day.
  25. David Brent

    20 October 2018 @ 9:32 am
  26. "I am so sorry, South Africa, we as SARS have failed you. We've fired our best and brightest and replaced them with Morlocks, we have given smugglers free reign, our no. 2 was caught on CCTV laundering money, we are practically giving your money away to our friends the Guptas, KPMG, and Bain. "But I solemnly swear to you, nothing, nothing will prevent us in our epic and ceaseless pursuit of that R20.11 that Mr. X failed to declare on his tax return."
  27. MichaelfromKlerksdorp

    20 October 2018 @ 9:28 am
  28. @Dazee. What Sensei is trying to convey, is that SA it not truly "free" with respect to the business environment. Too many matters that hobbles businesses to expand. (if I start mentioning...the electronic page will be too short ;-) Yes, one commend the efforts by the president and his team to attract foreign investment...but such Summits would not be necessary in the first place, IF govt created favorable conditions to remove the shackles for the business community.
  29. boomgloom

    20 October 2018 @ 8:20 am
  30. With the IT boss making a fool of herself as an example, it is no wonder SARS is toast when combined with Moyane. Idiots and thieves will lead to a boycott by taxpayers eventually. You'd better hurry with a purge Mr Klingon. And R3million per year is too much to pay for imbeciles like your IT boss.
  31. jnrb

    20 October 2018 @ 6:58 am
  32. If you are saying that unemployment in other African countries is just 8,8% then you have never been to those countries. In those countries Government is the most desirable employer. After government follows the informal sector. There is little else.
  33. zok

    20 October 2018 @ 3:25 am
  34. Foreign assets are not required to be listed annually on one's tax return. One gives a total value of foreign assets.
  35. Johan_Buys

    19 October 2018 @ 11:30 pm
  36. Supersun I only invested direct except for one Sanlam RA that got forced on me at a young age and I was too stupid to remember to cancel while they generated literally 40% the JSE return over 22 years. That compounded effect amounts to two kids or two expensive divorces.
  37. Johan_Buys

    19 October 2018 @ 11:16 pm
  38. Davos in Sandton? There goes the neighborhood. Maybe I am cynical - celebrity overpaid hired help, academics & politicians twitting to the media and their followers about whatever they are being paid to pump this week.
  39. Jimmy.D.Mugg

    19 October 2018 @ 11:11 pm
  40. Under reporting of crime is the reason why minitrue pat minipax on the back every year and congratulate them on such a great job. If all crime was reported, it could possibly encourage miniplenty to distrubute money to where it's needed for fear of miniluv losing out on much needed proles who might start commiting thoughtcrimes in support of unpersons.
The top voted comments of the past 7 days.
  1. Dat Boi

    15 October 2018 @ 6:55 am
  2. Loser.
  3. Rule9

    17 October 2018 @ 4:57 am
  4. Hey FNB, how about lower bank fees instead of complex gimmicks designed to make your so-called customers into retail consumer fodder?
  5. Sweetpea

    19 October 2018 @ 7:14 am
  6. So, if it is not the Guptas and their ANC comrades stealing from the taxpayer, we now have SARS manipulating past rules as to rape the wallets of the taxpayer. Medical aids need to come to the rescue now of their members, and SARS should start trusting their members with clear records unless they want to happen to them what the tax payers did to Sanral - civil disobedience en masse. Tito Mbeweni, get involved here and make the tax payer your friend. This is a once off opportunity for yourself to fix what got broken on the last ministers watch.
  7. rebelboer

    16 October 2018 @ 6:21 am
  8. Dear ANC, even though ESCOM is not in the private sector, the reality is that you will have to reduce staff numbers and overtime. International financial institutions do not care about your socialist 'political' agenda. They want loans to be repaid. The alternative is ZIMBABWE..!
  9. Zokey

    19 October 2018 @ 5:19 am
  10. Yes I know!! I pay all my speeding fines and then they were cancelled and did I get a refund??? NO I have an E tag and they keep offering HUGE discounts to the people who don't have one to pay up. Jacob Zuma is still not in jail. Nuff said
  11. boomgloom

    16 October 2018 @ 12:59 pm
  12. Typical government snafu. Have you noticed how pervasive this sort of thing is become? There is developing a total failure of all government entities. I wonder where this will lead us.
  13. Beethoven

    19 October 2018 @ 7:49 am
  14. This is scraping the bottom of the tax barrel by sars screwing over the good guys to compensate for the grand klepto-ineptocracy of the anc gutterment. The average citizen obtains absolutely no benefit from paying taxes because this government has been their enemy not friend.
  15. Pamplona

    16 October 2018 @ 8:56 am
  16. I went to a smallish talk about AA in 1996 by an ESKOM executive, as lawyers we were all trying to get to grips with this. The executive told us that it was time to "get rid of the grey beards" i.e. the old and bold who ran the place. It was time for the new blood of the new South Africa to have a turn. When I asked her what of all that valuable experience going down the drain, she looked at me in a condescending fashion and very aggressively told me about learning on the job and the fresh energy of the new employees. I wonder where she is now ... probably a senior member of the ANC feces-producing machine
  17. Refengkgutso

    19 October 2018 @ 6:52 am
  18. Go to public hospitals: inmates jump the long queues for medical attention, ahead of patients who have been queueing since 4.00. Clearly criminals get priority
  19. Chev

    16 October 2018 @ 1:22 pm
  20. ....Zimbabwe
  21. boomgloom

    19 October 2018 @ 7:53 am
  22. SARS is getting desperate. All the social programmes are expensive. And the looting too. Some suckers have to pay for it all.
  23. pacaratac

    16 October 2018 @ 6:20 pm
  24. That is why the Western Cape must institute processes to leave RSA. i.e. cession. Indeed other thinking sane provinces too. SA is already on the toilet. Cession will help a wide variety of citizens, not just those who have the money and educational qualifications to emigrate. Why waste time and money trying to change the whole RSA when clearly they lack the cognitive abilities to understand even the most basic principles of civilisation and governance.
  25. Sensei

    19 October 2018 @ 7:19 am
  26. This presidential investment summit actually is quite offensive. The foreign investors will experience this invitation as an insult to their intelligence. Say I invite you to a braai, I tell you that my house is open to everyone that wants to braai, but you should bring your own. When you arrive, I go through your cooler-box and take 30% of your beverages and meat for my family. I don't have anything to braai or to drink, so I rob my guests. Then I prohibit you from barbecuing your own meat, you have to allow my family members to do the actual grilling, because they never had the opportunity before. Here you have "previously disadvantaged" people burning your meat, drinking your beer and eating your food, while they abuse you as a WMC and threaten to take the rest of your food and beverages without compensation. Then I force you to give 1% of your food to my mother-in-law, and to build her a Wendy-house in the backyard. When you get upset, I try to calm you down with the commitment not to steal from you again while you visit me. Once empowered, always empowered. I will only steal from you once. The next moment my neighbor jumps over the fence and steals your watch and cellphone at gunpoint. What will you tell your friends? You will tell your friends that a braai at my house is a horrible, barbaric experience, to be avoided at all cost. You will realize that you were invited to an ambush. So this is what this presidential investment summit actually is - an invitation to an ambush.
  27. Beethoven

    19 October 2018 @ 8:44 am
  28. The anc is the biggest strategic threat ever faced by SA in its history
  29. Sensei

    18 October 2018 @ 8:04 am
  30. There is this chasm between what will be done by government, and what should be done by government. This chasm is as wide as the difference between competence and incompetence. Competence recognizes both competence and incompetence, while incompetence recognizes neither. This explains why the solutions that seem so crystal clear to us, are so evasive for the ANC. The ANC is struggling in quicksand.
  31. forge4

    19 October 2018 @ 7:30 am
  32. A mafia state, run by a mafia government. The ANCostra Family who is head of this mafia, with their eff-soldiers will keep on swindling and corrupt this country with intimidation and lawless legislation, to strong-arm the honest into paying "protection" (Taxes) on all their criminal activities, to subsidised their underworld with replacement values(VAT).
  33. boomgloom

    19 October 2018 @ 6:06 am
  34. Just think of this. VAT on every cost you have either trying to prevent crime against yourself or paying the costs of that crime and the replacement of your stolen stuff results in 15% of all these costs going to the government. They can't afford to reduce crime.
  35. Sensei

    16 October 2018 @ 5:54 pm
  36. Malusi Gigaba is the product of a system. He is the typical product of a collectivist regime. Politicians find it hard to motivate intelligent people, who can make up their own minds, to support a single cause. The group that is easy to mobilize into the largest group with a common purpose, is the group of people of lesser ability, who are unable to think independently. Since it is virtually impossible for unintelligent people to make intelligent choices, they will elect the worst among them as leaders. If you live in a country where this group forms the majority, you will be ruled by the scum of society. "Yet while there is little that is likely to induce men who are good by our standards to aspire to leading positions in the [collectivist] machine, and much to deter them, there will be special opportunities for the ruthless and unscrupulous. There will be jobs to be done about the badness of which taken by themselves nobody has any doubt, but which have to be done in the service of some higher end, and which have to be executed with the same expertness and efficiency as any others. And as there will be need for actions which are bad in themselves, and which all those still influenced by traditional morals will be reluctant to perform, the readiness to do bad things becomes a path to promotion and power. The positions in a [collectivist] society in which it is necessary to practice cruelty and intimidation, deliberate deception and spying, are numerous." August von Hayek 1944
  37. Daviddebeer

    17 October 2018 @ 9:18 pm
  38. Have your cake and eat it too? Ok so 72% of one third is about 23.99%. Approx 22% of total land is owned by the state. 80 percent of the country is black and since govt represents the people we can assume 17.% black ownership and another 1.1% in white ownership by proxy of govt. Although since zuma declared the anc to be a black only party and cyril also speaks of our people, seemingly indicating that he excludes white people does that 1.1% then also revert to non-white ownership? Tribal trusts is around 13 to 16%, if the figures I read once are correct. I am not aware of any white tribal trusts so we can assume this to be black ownership of land. So known white ownership is 23.9 direct plus 1.1% proxy of govt for a total of 25%. Known black ownership is 13% communal trust plus 17 proxy of govt plus 9% individual owned for a known total of 39%;minimum. Interesting. Perhaps govt should start this conversation by setting down how much land white people are allowed to own. And would this be for right now or in perpetuity? Like, if a black person sells a property in future and now white ownershop exceeds the boundaries of good taste will govt then seize an equal amount of property to re-re-correct land ownership? Or will black owners not be allowed to sell their properties? Ir be allowed to sell only to anothet black person? Which sounds awfully lot like the land native act that started this mess...kind of like BEE shares in companies on the jse. Also how much land are indian, colored and asian people are allowed to own? There are chinese people who were born here. are these groups even still considered honorary black, or non-white? Do they not get to own land? This policy is such a load of pointless drivel, quite frankly..
  39. rmayes

    17 October 2018 @ 7:00 am
  40. Any scheme which needs this amount of verbiage to explain it is not worth the effort. My advice is relax, use your bank accounts at your convenience, and if eBucks come along enjoy them.
The top commented articles of the past 7 days.
    Mike Schüssler / 19 October 2018 South Africans have a more than one in 10 chance of being a victim of crime every year – and this excludes bribes and business-related crime.
     119      33   
    Antoinette Slabbert / 16 October 2018 Govender resigns, money for salaries questioned.
     75      30   
    Patrick Cairns / 18 October 2018 It's that they have no competitive advantage.
     63      30   
    Ciaran Ryan / 15 October 2018 While the contractor issues 4 000 summonses a month, the legal woes continue.
     127      23   
    Antoinette Slabbert / 19 October 2018 Top local and global investors to attend presidential Investment Summit.
     23      21   
    Antoinette Slabbert / 16 October 2018 Families lose money, dream holidays turn into nightmares, tourists are going elsewhere.
     75      21   
    Barbara Curson / 15 October 2018 Government should ruthlessly focus on more crucial projects.
     51      20   
    Ingé Lamprecht / 19 October 2018 This may be why.
     263      20   
    Hilton Tarrant / 16 October 2018 Absa’s '13%' special offer has put these products back in the spotlight.
     379      19   
    Hilton Tarrant / 17 October 2018 Getting onto higher reward levels makes a massive difference …
     93      18   
    Ingé Lamprecht / 15 October 2018 Life insurer in possible breach of FAIS code of conduct, says legal expert.
     418      16   
    Ian Matthews / 18 October 2018 There’s very little wiggle room for fiscal policy to support growth in SA, but the upcoming budget policy statement will have to deliver something …
     16      15   
    Barbara Curson / 18 October 2018 'We're going in the right direction, but we are facing choppy seas.'
     40      14   
    Patrick Cairns / 17 October 2018 It depends which index you use.
     44      13   
    Ingé Lamprecht / 16 October 2018 CEO Hylton Kallner says court files have been sealed and provides context.
     50      13   
    Suren Naidoo / 17 October 2018 Planning delays by the city has resulted in a loss around R100 million for one developer.
     63      11   
    Ray Mahlaka / 18 October 2018 Inquiry’s terms of reference in probing governance, corruption and mismanagement at the continent’s largest money manager are far-reaching.
     17      10   
    Ryk van Niekerk / 15 October 2018 ‘I think what we’re seeing at the moment is unsettling for investors but it’s a very healthy correction, a very badly needed correction’ – Tony Bell, Vunani Fund Managers.
     49      9   
    Ryk van Niekerk / 15 October 2018 'Your objective is to get about 20 times your annual salary by the time you retire.' – Jaco van Tonder, advisor services director at Investec Asset Management.
     38      9   
    Francine Lacqua and Sam Mkokeli / 17 October 2018 Party doesn’t want to hurt confidence in economy, Lamola says.
     12      9   
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