Business leaders say there are strong indications second quarter could be especially challenging for ‘vulnerable’ SMEs as cost of doing business is set to rise
Global equity markets snap back from worldwide decline the previous session on China’s steps to stimulate its economy
Wall Street investment bank is focusing less on bond markets and more on managing money for the rich as a way to free up capital and meet stricter regulatory rules imposed since the financial crisis
A man in EFF regalia, part of a group waiting for the arrival of Mr Malema, shot in the leg and rushed to hospital
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Simon Reid from Investec Securities Africa looks at the week’s markets news from around the continent.
Fear of reprisals forces Sasol to repatriate some of its South African staff working on projects in Mozambique. Transnet CEO Brian Molefe is seconded to Eskom as Public Enterprises Minister Lynne Brown tries to keep the fires burning; Unions says they’ll oppose any job cuts as SAA considers asset sales to cut debt and return to profit;
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We take a closer look at Zambia’s decision to compromise with mining companies and lower its mining taxes with John Woods, Partner at Deloitte Mining. Johann Vorster, CE of Clover, takes us through the rationale for next week’s listing on the Namibian exchange. And Simon Reid from Investec Securities Africa looks at the week’s markets news from around the continent.
Giulietta Talevi and Independent Technical Analyst Frans de Klerk talk technical share analysis, and they take your calls LIVE this evening on 011 280 3899.
This week the small caps spotlight falls on industrial gems Mpact and Cashbuild, as well as the JSE's 'Boere Berkshire Hathaway' - investment group PSG. Vunani Securities' small and medium cap analyst Anthony Clark gives the lowdown on whether the three are worth adding to your portfolio.
Peter Bruce and the Editing Allowed Team having an in-depth discussion and debate of the stories that are driving SA’s news agenda.
Meet Thomas Kritzter from SkyMessaging, an aerial advertising business taking an old medium to new and greater heights. One of their clients, Frank McDouall, whose entrepreuneurial vision has grown CarFind.co.za into a trusted brand, also features in this episode. #GrowthEngines
This week on Traders Corner, founder Garth Mackenzie reviews his open positions in Aspen and Reinet, and explains why property group Resilient is looking interesting.
Claudius Rostoll of AG Capital and Mike Adsetts of Momentum Investments join Stephen Gunnion to discuss your viewer questions on building a profitable portfolio. Send your queries to firstname.lastname@example.org
The Arts & Culture Trust recently held its annual conference at the UJ Arts Center, with this year’s theme titled Creatives make it happen. Find out how businesses can tap into the creative space to help propel businesses forward.
Global Investor offers viewers the chance to learn how to trade international shares and build portfolios. This week, Nic Norman-Smith from Lentus Asset Management tells Stephen Gunnion where he’s seeing value in global equities; Yolande Botha from Galileo Capital speaks about the principles for going offshore and how to time your investment; and Richard Hirsch from Standard Bank previews the upcoming Webtrader Challenge