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The 20 toughest interview questions asked by the world’s top firms – can you answer them?

The 20 toughest interview questions asked by the world’s top firms – can you answer them?

Glassdoor, a global recruitment company, has published a list of the toughest job interview questions, asked by some of the world’s biggest and most prestigious companies.

Business - By Staff Writer | 22 February, 2017

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What the future of Machine Learning holds

What the future of Machine Learning holds

Machine Learning today might be more useful than a human in shaping customer experience.

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5 important things happening in South Africa today

5 important things happening in South Africa today

Finance minister Pravin Gordhan’s budget has been received quite well, though critics are not happy with the 45% super tax on the wealthy; and Zuma’s supporters are unashamed, undeterred and hell-bent on building a R6 million statue in his image.

Business, Finance, Government - By Staff Writer | 23 February, 2017
New tax tables for 2017: this is how much you will pay

New tax tables for 2017: this is how much you will pay

Following the announcement of new tax changes for the 2017/18 financial year by finance minister Pravin Gordhan, the country’s tax tables have been updated.

Finance - By Staff Writer | 22 February, 2017
New SA tax bracket will chase away entrepreneurs and job creators

New SA tax bracket will chase away entrepreneurs and job creators

Seeff says that while a raised threshold of transfer duty exemption as announced in the Budget 2017, is most welcome for the property market, a new tax bracket for the rich is not.

Lifestyle - By Staff Writer | 22 February, 2017
New tax bracket will nail South Africa’s wealthiest

New tax bracket will nail South Africa’s wealthiest

South Africans who earn more than R1.5 million a year will form part of a new tax bracket who will add an addition R16.5 billion to the fiscus, finance minister Pravin Gordhan announced.

Business, Finance - By Staff Writer | 22 February, 2017
Budget 2017 in a nutshell

Budget 2017 in a nutshell

Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan had a tough message for South Africans in Wednesday’s Budget Speech in the National Assembly, with the introduction of a new tax bracket for the very rich.

Finance - By News24Wire | 22 February, 2017
One reason why Telkom buying Cell C is a win for you

One reason why Telkom buying Cell C is a win for you

Telkom buying Cell C would give government a significant presence in the mobile market, which could be leveraged to increase connectivity to all citizens, according to analysts Frost & Sullivan.

Mobile - By Gareth Vorster | 22 February, 2017
Cape Town city centre property prices reach eye-watering levels

Cape Town city centre property prices reach eye-watering levels

Property group Seeff says that property in Cape Town’s City Bowl has shunned a flat economy with record turnover and price levels.

Wealth - By Staff Writer | 22 February, 2017
5 important things happening in South Africa today

5 important things happening in South Africa today

All eyes are on finance minister Pravin Gordhan as he prepares to deliver his 2017 Budget speech; Cape Town mayor Patricia de Lille faces expulsion from the DA; and Telkom may be looking at buying Cell C, according to Bloomberg.

Business, Finance, Government - By Staff Writer | 22 February, 2017
Where you can watch the Budget 2017 live

Where you can watch the Budget 2017 live

Finance minister Pravin Gordhan will deliver his 2017 Budget speech today at 14h00 – this is where you can watch the address, live.

Business, Finance, Government - By Staff Writer | 22 February, 2017
Telkom eyes Cell C purchase valued at R13 billion – report

Telkom eyes Cell C purchase valued at R13 billion – report

Bloomberg has reported that Telkom is considering a bid of $1 billion (around R13 billion) for Cell C, citing three people familiar with the matter.

Mobile - By MyBroadband | 22 February, 2017
This is what Pravin Gordhan’s JSE investment portfolio looks like

This is what Pravin Gordhan’s JSE investment portfolio looks like

A document released by Parliament’s ethics committee reveals that finance minister Pravin Gordhan held shares in more than 35 listed companies in 2016.

Business - By News24Wire | 21 February, 2017
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