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FIN 24, South Africa’s premier site for up-to-date business and finance news, stock market data, economic analysis, personal finance and investment information.

’s breaking news wire service brings you the latest South African, African and international news reports and press updates from newsrooms across the country. | Stokvel members urged to be vigilant over festive season as criminals ready to strike

Sabric, a financial crime information centre, shares its tips on staying safe over the festive season. | 'Disturbing' failure by employers to pay pension fund contributions - report

The bulk of a record number of complaints received by the Office of the Pension Fund Adjudicator relates to a failure by employers to comply contribution requirements. | 3 challenges ahead for investors - strategist

There are three challenges facing investors going forward, HSBC chief market strategist at HSBC Private Bank tells . | 3 'practicalities' to consider before investing in property in Africa – expert

Africa can be a challenging place to do business and property investment is not exempt from some, often unique, challenges, says a Nedbank expert. | Regulator clears Cobus Kellermann following multi-year probe

SA's financial regulator has cleared businessman Cobus Kellermann of breaching any financial laws, bringing to an end a probe that kicked off in 2014. | Prince Charles reportedly caught up in $136 million fake art hoax

The heir apparent to the British throne has become ensnared in a fraudulent art scandal. | Retirement annuity benefit allocation: what happens in practice

A Fin24 reader provides some additional insight into what might happen to your retirement annuity benefits if you pass away before you have accessed these. | Drafting a will? Here's how not to do it

There are common mistakes people often make when they do their estate planning and these can end up having devastating consequences for those left behind. | Millennials driving Soweto rental market - here's what's in demand and what you'll pay

Soweto is home to about 40% of the total population of Johannesburg, and those between 23 and 38 years old are driving the rental market, agents tell Fin24. | Authority raids KZN forex businesses

The company appears to promise that investments of R1 000 can be turned into R8 000 within three months. | Markus Jooste's mass art sale triggers Pierneef slump

A mass sale of art by former Steinhoff CEO Markus Jooste caused a slump in the price of paintings by famed South African artist Jacob Hendrik Pierneef. | Who profits from unpaid pensions, asks new report probing wrongfully cancelled funds

The assets of cancelled and dormant funds were often moved into unclaimed benefits funds held by the fund administrator. Since 2008, the assets of these UBFs have increased from R450m to over R8bn, says a new report. | Cluster complexes: check if homeowners' association must approve sales

If you’re buying a property in an estate or cluster complex run by a homeowners' association, you need to know that you might not be able to resell that property without its approval. | PE forex trader gets 15 years in jail for stealing R23m

David Wilmot stole R23m from clients under the guise that he would trade forex on their behalf. | 7 questions to ask before you buy property off-plan

Buying property off-plan means you will depend on the developer and builder to complete your home properly, within your requirements and on time, explains a property expert. | Landlord vs. tenant: When can you cut electricity or change the locks?

As a landlord in dispute with your tenant you may well be tempted to avoid the delay and cost of litigation by taking your own eviction or enforcement action. Bad idea, says Jack Crook. | Stellenbosch University plans to bring business school back to Stellenbosch

Stellenbosch University plans to bring its Business School back to Stellenbosch from the current campus in Bellville, Cape Town. | Generation handout? No way, say millennials, as survey shows they are super savers

Millennials are saving and investing in their future, says Pat Magadla, senior business development manager at the Old Mutual Investment Group. | Afrikaans comic found guilty of theft, must repay Old Mutual R1.8m

Nico Nel must repay Old Mutual an amount that he stole from his sister. | Credit ombud fired over R850 000, faces criminal complaint

A disciplinary hearing found him guilty of financial misconduct.

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