Property acquisitions grow Vividend’s revenue

Listed property accessible easiest through unit trusts

Unit trusts seem to be the easiest way to access and invest in the listed property sector.

Are external factors perpetuating S.Africa’s economic bubble?

South Africa may be experiencing an economic bubble similar to those that caused the downfall of Western economies in 2008.

Namibia February inflation rate up to 5.2%

Namibia’s February inflation rate edged higher than expected to 5.2 per cent, according to the country’s National Statistics Agency (NSA).

S. Africa cenbank sees "more moderate" monetary policy response

South Africa's central bank is concerned about slow economic growth and expects its monetary policy to be more moderate.

South Africa's 2014 economic growth seen below potential

South Africa's economy will not expand this year at the healthy rate seen in the past as rising interest rates crimp growth.

S.Africa economy shows slight growth despite low forecast

South Africa has been under extensive economic pressure since the start of the year, but slight growth is still evident.

Reining in consumer expenses during tough times

Despite the rising costs of living, consumers can rein in their expenses and maintain a strict budget during the high tide.

S.Africa current account deficit narrows as imports drop

South Africa's current account deficit narrowed more than expected in the final quarter of 2013.

Debt a double-edged sword for consumers

Access to debt is sometimes necessary, but can quickly spiral into dependency as one’s expenses begin to exceed one’s income.

Zimbabwe Stock Exchange market growth to continue

The Zimbabwe Stock Exchange had a sterling performance in 2013, and the strong market growth is expected to continue.

Avoid waiting too long to save your business

According to business rescue specialists, a company should avoid waiting too long to apply for business rescue, should it need it.