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Toshiba targets renewed focus for business PC market in South Africa

Toshiba targets renewed focus for business PC market in South Africa

Toshiba aims to breathe new life into its strategy for South Africa, with a focus on the business computing market through the development of business to business PC devices and solutions.

Finance, IT Services - By Staff Writer | 23 March, 2017
5 important things happening in South Africa today

5 important things happening in South Africa today

Helen Zille will face the music for her colonialism tweets next week; a South African on the ground describes the UK’s worst terror attack in decades; only one airline out of SA will be affected by Trump’s electronics ban; and Pick n Pay is cutting prices on thousands of products.

Finance, Government - By Staff Writer | 23 March, 2017
SARS will be investigated for not paying out tax returns

SARS will be investigated for not paying out tax returns

The South African Revenue Service (SARS) has confirmed an investigation into its systems by the Office of the Tax Ombud.

Finance - By Staff Writer | 22 March, 2017
Looking for funding for your start-up? This is how much you can expect to get in Cape Town vs Johannesburg

Looking for funding for your start-up? This is how much you can expect to get in Cape Town vs Johannesburg

New data in the Global Start-up Ecosystems report for 2017 reveals how much early-stage funding the average start-up in Cape Town and Joburg can expect.

Business, Finance - By Staff Writer | 22 March, 2017
Where South African investors are putting their money

Where South African investors are putting their money

The Association for savings and investments in South Africa (ASISA) has released its latest statistics detailing which funds, asset classes and managers South African investors are entrusting their money to.

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

5 important things happening in South Africa today

Zuma’s dropped his ‘land redistribution without compensation’ talk for now; the ANC appears to be more concerned about protests against the state, than actual crime against citizens; the EFF want the man in the infamous ‘Spur video’ to be identified and brought to book.

Finance, Government - By Staff Writer | 22 March, 2017
Rand gets even stronger as investors warm up to South Africa

Rand gets even stronger as investors warm up to South Africa

The rand is getting even stronger as investors remain upbeat about South Africa – though some are still very cautious.

Business, Finance - By Staff Writer | 20 March, 2017
5 important things happening in South Africa today

5 important things happening in South Africa today

Zuma is getting personally involved in overseeing grants payments; an OR Tambo heist suspect has been arrested after boasting about his new Lamborghini; the offices of the chief justice have been robbed – sending alarm bells ringing; and investors are keen on the rand again.

Business, Finance, Government - By Staff Writer | 20 March, 2017
Well-educated people can lag behind in the wealth race

Well-educated people can lag behind in the wealth race

Studying for a specialist degree for a long period of time means that you will fall behind in the race to accumulate wealth.

Finance - By Staff Writer | 19 March, 2017
The best way to make sure your retirement beats inflation

The best way to make sure your retirement beats inflation

Rising inflation rates and the cost of living has drastically hampered South African retirement aspirations according to FNB.

Finance - By Staff Writer | 18 March, 2017
A new tax could be the one thing that stops South Africa’s financial system from collapse

A new tax could be the one thing that stops South Africa’s financial system from collapse

A new tax could be key to preventing a systemic failure of the country’s financial system.

Finance - By The Conversation | 18 March, 2017
SAA expected to double its loss to R3.5 billion in 2017

SAA expected to double its loss to R3.5 billion in 2017

South African Airways has revealed that it is expecting to double its loss for the 2016/17 financial year from a previously budgeted R1.7 billion to R3.5 billion.

Finance - By Staff Writer | 17 March, 2017
5 important things happening in South Africa today

5 important things happening in South Africa today

The Constitutional Court will rule on the Sassa grants crisis at 10am today; S&P Global says SOEs will push SA to junk status; Helen Zille’s spokesperson insists the WC premier wasn’t defending colonialism; and Stats SA revealed that shocking levels of child labour persist in SA.

Finance, Government - By Staff Writer | 17 March, 2017
The biggest companies in South Africa by market cap

The biggest companies in South Africa by market cap

South African companies listed on the JSE have performed exceptionally well over the past few years, with the 25 largest companies now worth over R10 trillion, combined.

Business, Finance - By Staff Writer | 16 March, 2017
Rand rallies to strongest levels since August 2015

Rand rallies to strongest levels since August 2015

The rand has rallied to its strongest point in almost 20 months following an announcement by the US Federal Reserve that it would raise interest rates.

Business, Finance - By Staff Writer | 16 March, 2017
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