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The most expensive streets to buy a home in South Africa

The most expensive streets to buy a home in South Africa

New data shows which streets in South Africa are the most valuable in each major metro, based on historic and comparative data.

Wealth - By Staff Writer | 18 January, 2017
Driving lessons to be included in South African school curriculum

Driving lessons to be included in South African school curriculum

The Road Traffic Infringement Agency and the Department of Basic Education have announced a partnership which include driving lessons being extended into high school curriculums.

Motoring - By Staff Writer | 18 January, 2017

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The top 5 essential solutions you need for your Contact Centre

The top 5 essential solutions you need for your Contact Centre

ODEK looks at essential modern-day contact centre solutions to drive down cost and improve the customer experience.

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6 top South African stock picks for 2017

6 top South African stock picks for 2017

Finding value on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) is becoming increasingly tricky as companies will continue to navigate through a period of slow economic growth in 2017.

Finance - By Staff Writer | 18 January, 2017
Capitec has launched a new credit card: everything you need to know

Capitec has launched a new credit card: everything you need to know

South Africa’s third biggest bank, Capitec has quietly launched its credit card offering nationwide.

Banking - By Staff Writer | 18 January, 2017
This is who would be ANC president if the party voted today

This is who would be ANC president if the party voted today

Former ANC MP and South African Ambassador to Ireland, Melanie Verwoerd, has calculated who the next president of the ANC would be if the party voted right now, using historical elective conference data.

Government - By Staff Writer | 18 January, 2017
R5.1 billion in wasteful spending must be recovered from the SABC: leaked report

R5.1 billion in wasteful spending must be recovered from the SABC: leaked report

A working document by the ad-hoc committee investigating the SABC has been leaked, revealing a set of urgent recommendations that they believe need to be taken to fix the mess the broadcaster is in.

Media - By Staff Writer | 18 January, 2017
5 things you need to know in South Africa today

5 things you need to know in South Africa today

A leaked report from the SABC ad-hoc committee says it wants to claw back R5 billion from the broadcaster; a key witness in the Absa apartheid-era state looting report says he was misquoted; and some South Africans want Steve Hofmeyr to talk to Donald Trump about white genocide in SA.

Business, Finance, Media - By Staff Writer | 18 January, 2017
6 things you need to know about South Africa’s new tax laws

6 things you need to know about South Africa’s new tax laws

President Zuma has signed off on three new Tax Amendment Acts introducing several big new changes for South African taxpayers.

General - By Staff Writer | 17 January, 2017
What we can expect from the South African property market over the next two years

What we can expect from the South African property market over the next two years

A weak macroeconomic environment, still-high household indebtedness, and rising interest rates burden the South African housing market, says S&P Global Ratings.

Finance - By Staff Writer | 17 January, 2017
Trust in government crumbles as South Africans call for change: survey

Trust in government crumbles as South Africans call for change: survey

The South African government has been named as the leadership least trusted by its people, in a recent survey conducted by the world’s largest public relations firm, Edelman.

Business - By Staff Writer | 17 January, 2017
Can your boss read your work emails in South Africa? Here is what you need to know

Can your boss read your work emails in South Africa? Here is what you need to know

The right to privacy, whilst a vital element to ensure trust in the workplace, is not absolute. Legal experts at Bowmans provide a detailed summary of what South Africans need to know about your emails being intercepted by an employer.

Internet - By Staff Writer | 17 January, 2017
South Africa’s buy-to-let market is mediocre: analyst

South Africa’s buy-to-let market is mediocre: analyst

The buy-to-let picture in South Africa remains one of mediocrity, says household and property sector strategist at FNB Home Loans, John Loos.

Banking - By Staff Writer | 17 January, 2017
Government is paying out R3 billion to cover 10 years’ worth of blown budgets

Government is paying out R3 billion to cover 10 years’ worth of blown budgets

The new Finance Act signed off by president Jacob Zuma last week is allowing the government to reclaim almost R3 billion from the National Revenue Fund, by authorising previously unauthorised expenditure by state departments.

Finance - By Staff Writer | 17 January, 2017
5 things you need to know in South Africa today

5 things you need to know in South Africa today

Zuma is considering appointing Dlamini-Zuma to cabinet when she leaves the AU at the end of January; Ford’s Kuga recall will be in two phases; Thuli Madonsela weighs in on the Absa state looting report; and the ‘Gupta Bank’ still has one more hurdle – Pravin Gordhan.

Business, Finance, Government - By Staff Writer | 17 January, 2017
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