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These are the top cities for ultra-rich property investors

These are the top cities for ultra-rich property investors

Cape Town and Johannesburg rank among the top 50 so-called “alpha cities” in the world.

Wealth - By Staff Writer | 23 January, 2017
This is the new way government determines the BEE score of tender bids

This is the new way government determines the BEE score of tender bids

New Government regulations officially outline the weighting of “best price” vs BEE status when awarding contracts.

Business - By Staff Writer | 23 January, 2017
SA politics gets dirty as fake news sites target media over Guptas

SA politics gets dirty as fake news sites target media over Guptas

Media experts are warning South Africans to be on the lookout for fake news channels, following a number of political social media posts over the weekend coming from accounts that closely resemble legitimate media groups.

Media - By Staff Writer | 23 January, 2017
5 things you need to know in South Africa today

5 things you need to know in South Africa today

National Treasury hits back at the Guptas’ claims that finance minister Pravin Gordhan is trying to ruin them; fake news accounts hit SA social media – and political groups may be behind it; and public enterprises minister Lynne Brown wants the Gupta-Eskom relationship investigated.

Business, Finance, Government - By Staff Writer | 23 January, 2017
South African credit cards compared

South African credit cards compared

Capitec has launched a credit card offering bringing it in line with the other four big retail banks in the country offering credit accounts – this is how they compare.

Banking - By Staff Writer | 22 January, 2017
SA labour law is surprisingly lax on employees being drunk at work

SA labour law is surprisingly lax on employees being drunk at work

It should go without saying: you shouldn’t be drunk at work. But contrary to popular belief, it takes more than just being under the influence of alcohol to be dismissed in South Africa.

Business - By Staff Writer | 22 January, 2017
Zuma gets radical – talks up “shock” economic transformation policies: report

Zuma gets radical – talks up “shock” economic transformation policies: report

President Zuma has reportedly instructed ANC policymakers to introduce stringent new laws on South Africa’s financial institutions, forcing them to sell stakes to black investors as the party plans a complete rework of its economic transformation policies.

Business, Government - By Staff Writer | 22 January, 2017
The cheapest and most expensive cities in South Africa

The cheapest and most expensive cities in South Africa

Collaborative expat data site, Expatistan has released its latest cost of living index, showing which cities in South Africa carry the lowest costs of living.

General - By Staff Writer | 22 January, 2017
ANC could lose another major metro

ANC could lose another major metro

The ANC is facing the prospect of losing yet another major metro amid a dispute over certain ward demarcations and municipal boundaries.

Government - By Staff Writer | 22 January, 2017
Ford Kuga owners turned away by dealers when trying to trade in their cars – report

Ford Kuga owners turned away by dealers when trying to trade in their cars – report

Ford Kuga owners are being turned away when trying to trade in their cars for other Ford models,according to a report in the Sunday Times.

Motoring - By Staff Writer | 22 January, 2017
The coastal property markets in South Africa you should be investing in

The coastal property markets in South Africa you should be investing in

The three coastal metropolitan markets of Cape Town, Nelson Mandela Bay and Durban continue to outperform the interior metro property markets.

Finance, General - By Staff Writer | 21 January, 2017
How to get your fussy kids to eat their vegetables

How to get your fussy kids to eat their vegetables

It’s a question that plagues many frustrated parents at countless mealtimes: How can you get a fussy child to eat vegetables?

Lifestyle - By The Conversation | 21 January, 2017
7 top tax tips for small businesses in South Africa

7 top tax tips for small businesses in South Africa

Marc Sevitz, a Chartered Accountant and registered tax practitioner, offers TaxTim’s top seven tax tips for SMEs.

Finance - By Staff Writer | 21 January, 2017
Here’s what South Africans are willing to spend on gifts for their kids

Here’s what South Africans are willing to spend on gifts for their kids

The latest eBucks Rewards Holiday Survey reveals just how much South African consumers are willing to spend on gifts for their partners, kids, and themselves.

Lifestyle - By Staff Writer | 21 January, 2017
6 cosmic catastrophes that could wipe out life on Earth

6 cosmic catastrophes that could wipe out life on Earth

If you ask yourself what the biggest threat to human existence is you’d probably think of nuclear war, global warming or a large-scale pandemic disease. But assuming we can overcome such challenges, are we really safe?

Lifestyle - By The Conversation | 20 January, 2017
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