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What entrepreneurs need to thrive through the pandemic and beyond

6 Jul 2020  / Nompu Siziba
Lockdown is locking down the components of the system that are generating a living for everybody... - Vusi Thembekwayo, founder of MyGrowthFund.

ProfitShare Partners secures R100m to assist SMEs in Covid crisis

6 Jul 2020  / Nompu Siziba
We look for SMEs that need funding to execute a contract or purchase order with a large corporate, or certain government departments: Andrew Maren, founder of ProfitShare Partners.

Debt sale may tell if investors can stomach South African glut

7 Jul 2020  / Robert BRand, Bloomberg
Demand at weekly bond auctions has wilted amid rising issuance.

Steinhoff share price surges

6 Jul 2020  / Janice Kew, Bloomberg
On signs it can settle R190bn in claims.

Covid-19: Salary cuts and tax impact

6 Jul 2020  / Amanda Visser
The less you earn, the bigger your tax ‘saving’.

Get ready for an August peak in stock prices

6 Jul 2020  / Ciaran Ryan
Cycle theory has a pretty good track record in calling out the tops and bottoms.

Auditor-General speaking into the void on local government corruption

6 Jul 2020  / Barbara Curson
Dysfunctional control environments – and greedy hands in the till.

Time to overhaul our inept corporate governance

6 Jul 2020  / Ann Crotty
The law favours companies. It is not there to protect the shareholders who own the companies.

Cell C says recap talks still happening despite delays

6 Jul 2020  / Duncan McLeod
The company had been expected to announce the details of the recap at the end of June.

Personal pampering during the pandemic

6 Jul 2020  / Melitta Ngalonkulu
The new face of the beauty and grooming sector.

For Zimbabwe investors, stock exchange closing is the last straw

6 Jul 2020  / Antony Sguazzin, Brian Latham and Ray Ndlovu, Bloomberg
'I’m locked out and I’m not sure how this is legal.'

Day traders will have fun until they get wiped out

5 Jul 2020  / Noah Smith, Bloomberg
A large amount of empirical evidence confirms that most day traders lose money.

Can I pay for your shopping?

5 Jul 2020  / Cathy Buckle
'Life is so hard for all of us; who knows, tomorrow you may be able to help me.'

Blistering Nasdaq momentum is approaching dot-com escape speed

5 Jul 2020  / Sarah Ponczek and Lu Wang, Bloomberg
In a year of hysterical markets things could get even weirder.

South African banks need to do more to ensure financial inclusion

5 Jul 2020  / Velenkosini Matsebula and Derek Yu
Financial inclusion is broadly defined as the ability of people to access a range of affordable financial services.

It's Zuckerberg and Facebook's time to bend

5 Jul 2020  / Tae Kim and Alex Webb, Bloomberg
The social media's giant's traditional hands-off approach isn’t good enough anymore.

Move beyond the business case for diversity

5 Jul 2020  / Laura Morgan Roberts, Bloomberg
It’s time to stop framing equity around a business case.

The mall can’t survive if there aren’t any stores

5 Jul 2020  / Andrea Felsted, Bloomberg
The UK's economy is reeling.

How to spot an investment scam

29 Jun 2020  / Craig Torr
Steps you can take to verify any potential investment.

From fear in Wuhan to oil crash: Six months in emerging markets

4 Jul 2020  / Bloomberg News, Bloomberg
As if the pandemic wasn’t enough, traders and investors also have to grapple with the resurgence in US-China tensions.

Implosion of high-flying billionaire trio shows pledging risks

4 Jul 2020  / Tom Metcalf and Marion Halftermeyer, Bloomberg
Borrowing money against stock in your own company can be problematic.

Understanding the costs involved in buying a property

2 Jul 2020  / Gareth Collier
There are a number of layers of costs involved, with most of them being for the buyer’s account.

New oil rig sent to South Africa for rare frontier drilling

4 Jul 2020  / Paul Burkhardt, Bloomberg 
In hopes more oil will be found in the area.

Interpreting government's mixed messages on nuclear power

4 Jul 2020  / Hartmut Winkler
The plants still being built now are typically running well behind schedule and construction costs are much higher than initially projected.

BHP overstayed in petroleum. Time to exit

4 Jul 2020  / Clara Ferreira Marques, Bloomberg
Diversification has benefits, but operating synergies between oil and mining are debatable.

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