This week is Global Financial Planning Week, a time when the merits of financial planning are meant to be highlighted and debated.
The Rand started the week with a recovery from last week’s lows against most major currencies.
Global equity markets posted fair gains in the face of a string of negative news.
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It’s never easy viewing, but the Rand to Dollar exchange rate doesn’t look great for South Africa. Here’s why ZAR has hit its worst slump for a year.
The Rand slumped towards the end of last week after the US-China trade war escalated once more.
The broadcaster saw a 35% improvement on restated loss.
They are the two richest men in South Africa, but it seems that a changing of the guard may occur soon between Nicky Oppenheimer and Johann Rupert.
Our friends at StatsSA have revealed what the average wage is in South Africa, and apparently, we’re 2.7% richer than we were in February.
Identity fraud is a serious concern for South African citizens.
Amidst international tensions, weak data being published across the board and a cyclical slowdown in global industrial growth, the Rand continued to weaken this past week against major currencies.
Sasbo is appalled with the retrenchment rate banking sector employees are facing.
Monetary policy actions will focus on anchoring inflation expectations near the mid-point of the inflation target range in the interest of balanced growth.
This Heritage Month we’re celebrating the timeless wisdom of folk tales. You might be surprised at how apt they are to modern life – especially investing.
Wondering what Brexit actually means for South Africa? Well, the terms of our trade deal with the UK have been secured. And things are looking “peachy”.
With big data releases domestically and internationally, the ever-volatile Rand is in for a rollercoaster week.
Through these short stories, it immediately becomes possible to consider how China-Africa relations need not result in Chinese neocolonialism and African exploitation.
The SA Business Delegation returned from Angola, filled with praise for the Outward Trade and Investment Mission that concluded on 13 September.
South Africa will not run dry of Scotch whisky after Brexit.
With a -2.4% return in August from the FTSE/JSE All Share Index (ALSI), South African equities are now even cheaper and more attractive for investor portfolios.
The fall in business confidence comes despite the fact the economy avoided a technical recession by posting some growth in the second quarter of the year.
The Rand has been displaying some positive moves this past week.
Global equity markets fell substantially in August, as investors were left to deal with a plethora of negative news.
The best and worst financial performers across eight South African metros have been revealed this week. Here’s what you need to know.