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Two clear winners in low-cost banking battleground

Only two banks lead in the vanilla account space.

Appeal dismissed, Porritt to stay behind bars

'Stratagem for delay ties in with history of case'.

Why it’s so difficult to solve the retirement puzzle

How do you get someone to sacrifice something today so they can have something better tomorrow?

How to turn a windfall into financial security

Key considerations when you receive an unexpected monetary gain.

How many sets of interim results is too many?

The pros, the cons, the UK’s about-face and why Trump wants to change the US system.

Executive ‘clawbacks’ may have unfair tax implications

If defined as restricted equity instruments, provisions could have ‘impractical, unbusinesslike or oppressive’ consequences.

Absa: Here’s what’s wrong with its retail bank

The five not-so-minor problem it aims to fix.

FirstRand takes a leaf from Amazon's book to capture consumers

Bank looking to expand its digital offering as it chases new revenue streams.

3 court judgments that have changed the face of mining in SA

Local communities find themselves in the driving seat.

The importance of dividends

And the wonder of compounding.

Absa: The problem with its revised financial targets …

Everything hinges on a turnaround of its retail bank.

Cosatu hails move by Ramaphosa to forego salary increase for his executives

Decision sends clear message to South Africans.

GEPF: Long-term funding level dropping over time

The last remaining deep well surrounded by encroaching desert.

Concern about proposed maximum drawdowns for ‘default’ living annuities

FSCA hopes to provide retirees with some basic protection.

Signs of life in moribund small and mid-cap sectors

Many firms are in good shape with healthy cash balances.

Unfilled entry-level vacancies indicate hidden cause of youth unemployment

South Africa has one of the least efficient labour markets in the world.

SA's key economic and political risk events in 2019

After a tough 2018 analysts are expecting an even bumpier ride next year.

South African gold industry enters final phase of slow death

Gold industry now employs less than a fifth of the number that used to power the apartheid economy.

What’s trending on Airbnb for 2019? Not major cities

Topping Airbnb's top trending destinations are Kaikoura, New Zealand, followed by Xiamen, China, and Puebla, Mexico.

The final frontier: who owns the oceans and their hidden treasures?

From Thailand to Alaska, the battle to tap ever-dwindling resources from minerals to fish is spurring new conflicts.

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