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Namibia’s Trustco grows revenue

Poor basic education a vicious cycle

The foundations of South Africa’s education system need to be strengthened to break the cycle of learning inequalities.

Unsecured lending still a lucrative business

South Africa is unlikely to see banks completely exiting the unsecured lending space.

Sport management draws in sponsorship

Proper management in South African sport is directly linked to attracting sponsorship.

What does insider trading really mean?

Understanding the procedures followed when it comes to dealing with insider trading.

Incentives an important tool against obesity

Providing incentives could be an effective way of cutting down the number of overweight and obese South Africans.

Fitness should be a family affair

Educating parents as well as children on staying active and eating healthy is vital.

Fast food outlets compete for a piece of the pie

South Africa’s fast food market is an extremely competitive one, as leading players fight it out for their share of the consumer market.

S.Africa consumed by culture of eating out

There’s little indication of a slowdown in fast food consumption in South Africa, in the near future.

Sandton traffic congestion to increase in 3 years

The construction of several new developments in Sandton City will see more than 9,000 additional cars added to traffic in the district

S.Africa’s construction sector to see further legal disputes

The Black Business Council is seeking restitution for the collusive behaviour in the construction sector.

Buy-to-let buying takes a back seat in S.Africa’s property market

South Africa’s buy-to-let buying remains a low priority as preference in the market is largely driven by primary residence demand.

Telkom CFO suspended pending investigation

Telkom CFO Jacques Schindehütte has been suspended by the company’s board of directors pending a disciplinary process.

Tight fiscal discipline ahead for South Africa

Minister of finance Pravin Gordhan has had to implement tough fiscal discipline amid poor GDP growth and labour sector volatility.
Gordhan's mid-term budget shows strides made within NDP

Gordhan's mid-term budget shows strides made within NDP

The South African government is beginning to make progress in its National Development Plan.

Gordhan announces boost in S.Africa’s education funding

Education has been highlighted as the largest category of government expenditure.

Gordhan draws hard line on cabinet expenditure

Severe cost cutting measures for cabinet members will be implemented in an effort to curtail the abuse of state funds.

S.Africa’s GDP growth reduced to 2.1 per cent

South Africa’s GDP growth forecast has dropped to 2.1 per cent in 2013.

S.Africa needs to prioritise on agriculture in mid-term budget

The South African government’s priority in supporting smallholder farmers is food security.

Detailed NHI plan expected at mid-term budget

South Africans are still in the dark over plans for the National Health Insurance scheme and, its implications on the healthcare sector.

Business confidence a talking point for mid-term budget

Business confidence in South Africa rests on government’s ability to give clear direction.
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