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The highest paid banking CEOs in South Africa

The highest paid banking CEOs in South Africa

With Capitec, all South Africa’s major retail banks have now published their integrated reports for the latest financial year, giving insight into how banking executives are paid in South Africa.

Banking - By Staff Writer | 27 April, 2017
How car buyers can survive junk status

How car buyers can survive junk status

Rising fuel and car prices are just some of the costs that will start eating into the budgets of South Africans following recent downgrades.

Finance - By Staff Writer | 27 April, 2017

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Innovative new technology creates a safe-haven for the rhino

Innovative new technology creates a safe-haven for the rhino

Dimension Data and Cisco joined forces to protect the rhino by harnessing some of the world’s most sophisticated technology.

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The 5 biggest red-flags to watch out for before buying a home in South Africa

The 5 biggest red-flags to watch out for before buying a home in South Africa

Certain imperfections may not be perceived as ‘problems’ to all buyers, with many being happy to fix small things once they move in, but there are a number of issues that can’t and shouldn’t be ignored, according to Sandy Geffen, Executive Director of Sotheby’s International Realty South Africa.

Wealth - By Staff Writer | 27 April, 2017
Infographic: How South Africa’s biggest listed companies have changed over time

Infographic: How South Africa’s biggest listed companies have changed over time

Investment group BayHill Capital has published an infographic showing how the largest companies listed on the JSE have changed over the past 40 years.

Business, Finance - By Staff Writer | 27 April, 2017
Yes, giving money to the poorest will make their lives better – UN study

Yes, giving money to the poorest will make their lives better – UN study

Is eradicating poverty, a goal the United Nations’ hopes to achieve by 2030, actually feasible? New research out of Ecuador says yes – if governments are willing to pay for it.

Wealth - By The Conversation | 26 April, 2017
Government wants private dagga use to remain illegal

Government wants private dagga use to remain illegal

The South African government has appealed a Cape Town High Court ruling that cultivating and using dagga in private should be made legal.

Lifestyle - By Staff Writer | 26 April, 2017
Expect to pay a lot more for petrol next week

Expect to pay a lot more for petrol next week

The latest data from the Department of Energy suggests that motorists can expect a sharp increase in fuel prices in May.

Energy - By Staff Writer | 26 April, 2017
High Court strikes down Russia-SA nuclear deal – all proposals declared unconstitutional

High Court strikes down Russia-SA nuclear deal – all proposals declared unconstitutional

The High Court has issued a major ruling in favour of Earthlife Africa (ELA) and the Southern African Faith Communities’ Environment Institute, setting aside the nuclear deal between South Africa and Russia with immediate effect.

Business - By Staff Writer | 26 April, 2017
R20 million payday for Capitec CEO

R20 million payday for Capitec CEO

Capitec CEO, Gerrie Fourie, has received a R20 million pay cheque after helping the firm post strong financial results over the past year.

Banking - By Staff Writer | 26 April, 2017
South Africa’s richest face three new wealth taxes: report

South Africa’s richest face three new wealth taxes: report

Both the finance ministry and the Davis Tax Committee this week have taken steps to formulate at least three new taxes to improve the standard of living for South Africa’s poorest and meet revenue targets amid sluggish economic growth.

Finance - By Staff Writer | 26 April, 2017
5 important things happening in South Africa today

5 important things happening in South Africa today

South Africa;s nuclear energy programme may face its first court hurdle today; Zuma loyalists say everyone in South Africa loves the president and need him more than ever; Sibanye Gold puts its foot down and shut down future projects in SA because of government; and SAA warns of flight disruptions today.

Business, Finance, Government - By Staff Writer | 26 April, 2017
A look at the 6 proposals for transforming Cape Town’s infamous unfinished freeway

A look at the 6 proposals for transforming Cape Town’s infamous unfinished freeway

The Cape Town Central City Improvement District (CCID) has published the six winning proposals put forward for what to do with the city’s infamous unfinished Foreshore Freeway. The proposals form part of an initiative by the City of Cape Town to find an innovative way to deal with the unfinished section of the bridge. While […]

General - By Staff Writer | 25 April, 2017
The biggest types of credit card fraud in South Africa

The biggest types of credit card fraud in South Africa

South Africans have lost almost R4.5 billion to credit and debit card fraud since 2010, the latest fraud data from Sabric shows.

Banking, Finance - By Staff Writer | 25 April, 2017
Watch: drone footage shows South Africa’s huge wealth gap

Watch: drone footage shows South Africa’s huge wealth gap

Drone footage captured by Johnny Miller of Unequal Scenes reveals the inequality among communities in South Africa’s suburban landscape.

Media, Wealth - By Staff Writer | 25 April, 2017
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