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Jaza Duka benefits local communities by giving them quicker, more reliable access to the products they need most to support their families.
Pilot study to overcome cash constraints for entrepreneurs

Mastercard and Unilever break down barriers to growth for micro entrepreneurs with first-of-its-kind digital lending platform...

9 May 2018

Stony Creek Marketplace, Noblesville, State of Indiana, USA
Emira invests in fourth US shopping centre

JSE-listed REIT Emira Property Fund announced recently investment in its fourth shopping centre in the US...

9 May 2018

Africa's new free trade area - streamlining trade and infrastructure development
Africa's new free trade area - streamlining trade and infrastructure development

Increasing intra-African trade is essential for the growth and development of the continent and so the recent signing of the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA), set to be the first continent-wide African trade agreement, is good news...

By Kieran Whyte and Jen Stolp 8 May 2018

Behavioural finance: how personal biases can affect the way we invest
Behavioural finance: how personal biases can affect the way we invest

Much research has been undertaken regarding the biases which people have when making investment (and other) decisions...

By Maarten Ackerman 8 May 2018

Personal finance tips to help you get ahead in life
Personal finance tips to help you get ahead in life

Financial planning is essential in order to enjoy greater financial success. Here are some personal finance tips to help you get ahead in life...

By Laeeka Khan, Issued by ICESA 8 May 2018

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#AfricaMonth: Pitching for Africa

There's no denying Africa is the place to be. Business is booming, international investors are interested, and there are deals for the taking, if you know how to secure them. Here's how to do so, effectively, from both the corporate/sponsor and startup perspective...

By Leigh Andrews 8 May 2018

Mastercard, Pick n Pay launch Tap to Feed initiative
Mastercard, Pick n Pay launch Tap to Feed initiative

Mastercard, with Pick n Pay and FoodForward SA, has committed to donating 1.2-million meals to South Africans in need...

8 May 2018

#AfricaMonth: The power of smart technology in Africa
#AfricaMonth: The power of smart technology in Africa

People across Africa face considerable challenges - many of them existential. But, without the right devices, connectivity, and skills, those who badly need their problems solved often can't access available solutions...

By Greg Morris 8 May 2018

Rumours of Telegram ICO used as cryptocurrency scam
Rumours of Telegram ICO used as cryptocurrency scam

Dozens of highly convincing fake websites claiming to be investment sites for an initial coin offering (ICO) by the Telegram messaging service have been uncovered by Kaspersky Lab researchers...

7 May 2018

SA's first biometric ATM by FNB
SA's first biometric ATM by FNB

FNB has launched a mini-ATM that uses biometrics as a means of validation for consumers, making it the first bank in South Africa to use this technology for everyday consumer banking...

7 May 2018

Suspended Sars commissioner, Tom Moyane
Tom Moyane served with disciplinary charges

Suspended SARS Commissioner Tom Moyane has been served with disciplinary charges, the Presidency announced...

4 May 2018

What is Bitcoin, and why should I care?
What is Bitcoin, and why should I care?

The insane volatility of the cryptocurrency market is something the financial world has never seen before...

Issued by Showmax 4 May 2018

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A South African's guide to moving to and making it in Malta: An expectation of salaries

What can a marketing or communications worker expect to earn in Malta? New figures released in April by Eurostat give broad sectoral outlines across five areas of economic activity providing an indication of wages across the EU in general and the Maltese islands in particular...

By Marcus 'The Maltese Falcon' Brewster 4 May 2018

Beware the snakeoil salesmen in the era of cryptocurrency
Beware the snakeoil salesmen in the era of cryptocurrency

Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies have been hitting the headlines lately, with some advocates are going as far as saying that those who did not invest have missed out on the opportunity of the century...

4 May 2018

Tanzania's new mining laws signal sweeping changes
Tanzania's new mining laws signal sweeping changes

Three new laws, enacted by the country's national assembly in July 2017 under a certificate of urgency, will have a profound impact on Tanzania's resources sector...

By Peter Leon 4 May 2018

New tax laws: What are SA expats' options?
New tax laws: What are SA expats' options?

South African expatriates need not only understand the new expatriate tax law, but also act on it or face dire tax consequences...

By Jonty Leon 3 May 2018

Musk cuts off questions about Tesla's first quarter losses
Musk cuts off questions about Tesla's first quarter losses

NEWSWATCH: On Wednesday's quarterly conference call with analysts, Elon Musk didn't seem too keen to talk about Tesla burning through about $1bn during the first quarter as the Model 3 sedan production struggles continue...

By Ilse van den Berg 3 May 2018

Christophe Viarnaud, founder of AfricArena and CEO of French-South African tech company, Methys.
#AfricaMonth: Feed our startup gazelles and unicorns with funding

Last week's AfricArena media event highlighted the continent's 'funding starvation syndrome', the African startup pyramid, and why we need to boost both the African startup gazelles and unicorns alike...

By leigh andrews 3 May 2018

The chameleon appeal of blockchain
The chameleon appeal of blockchain

The versatility of blockchain is disrupting just about every industry...

3 May 2018

Growthpoint issues inaugural $425m Eurobond
Growthpoint issues inaugural $425m Eurobond

Growthpoint plans to swap the net proceeds from its $425m Eurobond into euros to fund its expansion in Europe...

3 May 2018

Tertius Troost, tax consultant at Mazars
The not-so-sweet consequences of sugar tax

South Africans may not be able to fully appreciate how far-reaching the so-called sugar tax, which Treasury introduced on 1 April 2018, really is...

3 May 2018

Orange Digital Ventures funds Africa's Talking
Orange Digital Ventures funds Africa's Talking

The Orange Group's new investment fund for Africa, Orange Digital Ventures Africa, has invested in API platform Africa's Talking by helping raise $8.6m alongside the IFC World Bank and Social Capital...

3 May 2018

Fairlady Santam Women of the Future 2018 Awards open for entries
Fairlady Santam Women of the Future 2018 Awards open for entries

Entries are open for Fairlady and Santam's Women of the Future 2018 Awards...

2 May 2018

Faith Ngwenya, Saipa technical executive
Saipa: Non-compliant tax practitioners risk deregistration

The South African Institute of Professional Accountants (Saipa) has urged its tax practising members to ensure they are compliant with Sars requirements...

2 May 2018

Hanno le Roux
SARS wants their bit of your bitcoin

A look into what guidance SARS has provided on how cryptocurrencies should be treated for tax purposes, as well as some key questions which still remain...

By Hanno le Roux, Issued by Meredith Harington 30 Apr 2018

Chantel Troskie, customer experience senior sales manager at Oracle
Banks need to rethink customer experience

For many, banking seems to be driven completing forms and then waiting for someone to tell them whether they qualify for a particular product. Living in a digital age, this is no longer good enough...

By Chantel Troskie 30 Apr 2018

African pension funds urged to invest in their own 'story'
African pension funds urged to invest in their own 'story'

African Utility Week's Finance & Investment Conference is to focus on the perceived risk of investing in African energy and infrastructure projects...

Issued by African Utility Week 26 Apr 2018

Pemba in northern Mozambique has seen a surge of new arrivals in step with investments to exploit off-shore gas deposits. Flickr
Why natural resource finds are more than just a curse: the case of Mozambique

Natural resources are often thought of as a curse in developing countries, slowing economic growth rather than driving it...

By Gerhard Toews and Pierre-Louis Vézina 26 Apr 2018

Growthpoint celebrates green bond listing on JSE
Growthpoint celebrates green bond listing on JSE

Growthpoint Properties, the first South African company and real estate investment trust to issue a green bond programme on the JSE, celebrated the occasion with a bit of fanfare...

26 Apr 2018

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