Activity in the manufacturing sector grows for the first time in five months as business improves, following months of contracting due to disruptions from strikes and electricity supply
Brent is barely changed at $94.19, close to lowest levels in more than two years, reflecting sustained pressure from plentiful global supply, weak demand in Europe, China
Capitec surprises market watchers
Motor News travelled to Malaga, Spain to sample the third generation Audi TT
Daily, we interview CEOs and executives whose companies have made the latest headlines.
Andre Fourie, CEO of Poynting discusses the company’s results for the year to June 2014
Don Richter from PSG Melrose Arch chose Aspen / 33650 as his stock pick of the day and Wayne McCurrie from Momentum Wealth Portfolio Management chose to stay with cash
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This week on Traders Corner, founder Garth Mackenzie discusses the weakening trend of the market - in the context of having both long and short exposure. He also discusses his decision to enter a trade in JSE blue-chip, Bidvest.
Warwick Lucas from Galileo Capital and Wessel Joubert from REZCO join Stephen Gunnion to shed some light on some of your portfolio queries. Please e-mail yours to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The 7th edition of the FNB Joburg Art Fair showcased some the world’s most exciting contemporary visual art and we were there to witness innovation at its best.
CEO Haylene Liberty-Nel talks about the Eskom Development Foundation’s stance on the immense value which big corporate can add in the development of SMME’s, and what actionable steps to explore in realizing this vision.
Gerald Mwandiambira, Winnie Kunene and Natasja Hart CFP® from Sasfin, discuss what financial planning for old age is and when people should start giving this attention.
Who controls the market the buyers or the sellers? Sellers have increased in the market however buyers have withdrawn, in this episode of The Roffey Review Dr. Clive Roffey takes a look at this in action.
Phillipa Mitchell from Red Pepper Book Company gives an update on what changed in the past two years.
Some believe that big dreams emanate from small efforts, this is especially true for the owners of Lamusa Events who started their business selling snacks at a street corner. We also get to learn about the benefits of business seminars for your SME.
Talking cellphone manners with Mark Barnes, Business Day Columnist and Chairman of Purple Capital. Just about everyone in the world has a Cellphone, but has it gone to far? Has it made us to dependant and to isolated?
Picking the right venue for your all important Business Meeting could make all the difference. Looking at 9th avenue bistro in Morningside Durban.