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Understanding that money is a useful but finite asset that requires considered decision-making has been one of Ashburton Investments CFO Nkareng Mpobane's biggest money lessons.
Karatbars International GmbH is not authorised to render financial advice and intermediary services in South Africa, warns the Financial Sector Conduct Authority.
If you are one of the last-minute filers, you may be wondering why you wait until the deadline – now less than a month away on December 4 for most taxpayers.
State employees will have to pay on average 7.7% more in contributions for medical aid from next year, but lower earners will benefit from almost unlimited access to private hospitals on the lowest option.
The impact of ArcelorMittal SA winding down operations at its Saldanha steel plant early in 2020 will be catastrophic for the region, about 100km north of Cape Town.
The announcement by the South African Airways (SAA) of looming retrenchments was a veiled threat to get workers to drop their demands for wage increases and for the removal of the SAA board.
SA dollar billionaire and philanthropist Allan Gray has died at the age of 81, his Cape Town-based investment management business said on Monday.
Industry players welcome initiative
Gauteng to be a multi-tier special economic zone
Launch of automotive zone boosts province
American businessman David Heinemeier Hansson had tweeted on Thursday that the Apple Card is a "fucking sexist program."
A 29-year-old graphic designer is trying to ease the burden of women who have no money to buy sanitary pads by teaching them how to make their own.
If you are trying to start saving for your retirement when you are 50 and older, you are almost certainly too late. But as the saying goes it's never too late to start a good thing.
When we’re young we work hard and play hard, taking risks that people twice our age wouldn’t take.
A key ingredient in any savings journey is understanding and clearly defining what it is you are saving for and how much you are saving. This is your savings goal.
A 27-year-old Sowetan Money reader from Gauteng wants to know if she and her two siblings, both under the age of 21, can claim their mother’s UIF benefits.
South African President Cyril Ramaphosa secured about 200 billion rand ($13.5 billion) of investment pledges, mainly from domestic companies, on Wednesday as part of his drive to boost flagging economic growth.
Moody’s Investor Services has downgraded Eskom ratings, disappointing the 'fix-it' team recently deployed to the power utility
Business inspired by Zimbabwe 'malaichas'
Biochemist and entrepreneur Nokuthula Fihla quit her high paying job to launch her own washing powder brand called Gogo's Washing Powder.