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African economic growth to slow in 2015: IMF

Economic growth in sub-Saharan Africa remains strong but is expected to slow for a second successive year in 2015 in the face of declining commodity prices and the Ebola epidemic, the International Monetary Fund said on Tuesday, 14 April.

17 Apr 2015 11:14

JT Foxx on how branding leads to success
JT Foxx on how branding leads to success

He's clued up on mobile marketing, has a growing media presence and is the world's number one wealth coach - and only in his thirties. Here's a glimpse into JT Foxx's success...

By Leigh Andrews 13 Apr 2015 14:00

Zurich Insurance Company sponsors critical hip replacement
Zurich Insurance Company sponsors critical hip replacement

It was announced on regional radio recently that Zurich Insurance Company South Africa would sponsor a patient in need of a hip replacement procedure...

10 Apr 2015 11:40

SA banks easing up on their bond loan criteria
SA banks easing up on their bond loan criteria

Reports from various sources indicating that South African banks are easing up on their bond loan criteria have been confirmed by Mike van Alphen, National Manager of Rawson Finance...

30 Mar 2015 14:50

FNB, PayPal's most innovative payment app winners in SA
FNB, PayPal's most innovative payment app winners in SA

Niel Koekemoer and Werner Janse van Rensburg are the winners of the First National Bank (FNB) and PayPal award for the most innovative application using PayPal's payment platform.

25 Oct 2010 13:26

Negotiating telecoms contracts - are you getting the best value?
Negotiating telecoms contracts - are you getting the best value?

Telecommunications form a vital part of doing business today, and in many organisations the cost of this can be in excess of 2% of the company's turnover, or even more in organisations that spend time proactively contacting customers and prospects.

By Steven Woods 25 Oct 2010 12:35

Choosing an accountant who is a technophobe is risky
Choosing an accountant who is a technophobe is risky

Most small to medium companies have chosen their accounting firms based on price and, quite often, the company's ability to minimise tax payments. The smart business owner, however, will need to look at other key indicators if they want to minimise their own risk exposure.

25 Oct 2010 11:17

FNB releases August building stats
FNB releases August building stats

FNB released the latest statistics on the building industry yesterday 20 October 2010 for the period up to 31 August 2010.

22 Oct 2010 13:23

Own your own vineyard row
Own your own vineyard row

The Stables Wine Estate, KwaZulu-Natal, has launched Adopt-A-Row, which gives people the chance to become "custodians", having their own little piece of a vineyard in Africa.

20 Oct 2010 13:24

SPS first processor of Street Savings mobile marketing
SPS first processor of Street Savings mobile marketing

ORANGE, US: Secure Payments Systems (SPS), a national leader of value-added payment services and transaction processing in the US and Canada, has announced that it has become the first direct processor of Street Savings mobile marketing products.

20 Oct 2010 12:35

Proposed NHI budget requires improbable economic growth
Proposed NHI budget requires improbable economic growth

A research report released this week by Econometrix shows the ANC's proposed budget for a National Health Insurance (NHI) scheme requires exceptionally high economic growth of 7% per annum and, if implemented in its current form, could squeeze out other forms of spending such as education, housing and productive infrastructure.

20 Oct 2010 10:45

FNB Life gets insurance CEO
FNB Life gets insurance CEO

FNB Life, one the fastest growing businesses in the FirstRand Group, has appointed Dushen Naidoo as CEO, formerly the divisional director in charge of product management within Retail SA at Liberty Life with 12 years' experience in corporate and retail banking.

19 Oct 2010 09:43

Liberty Medical Scheme shows good growth
Liberty Medical Scheme shows good growth

From 1 January 2011, medical aid rates of Liberty Medical Scheme will go up by an average of 12.8%. According to Andrew Edwards, executive principal officer at Liberty Medical Scheme, "The increase was influenced by aspects such as practitioner costs and medical technology, which comes at a high price every time there are advancements; not forgetting that the profitability and future sustainability of the scheme also plays a role."

18 Oct 2010 07:18

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