A large amount of empirical evidence confirms that most day traders lose money.
In a year of hysterical markets things could get even weirder.
The UK’s economy is reeling.
Financial inclusion is broadly defined as the ability of people to access a range of affordable financial services.
The social media’s giant’s traditional hands-off approach isn’t good enough anymore.
Health minister Dr Zweli Mkhize has announced that there are now 187,977 total cases of coronavirus in South Africa.
It’s time to stop framing equity around a business case.
‘Life is so hard for all of us; who knows, tomorrow you may be able to help me.’
Local IT entrepreneur Shermar Stuart has returned to his old high school to set up a data-less streaming device for pupils at the school to pick up educational content on the school grounds and catch up what they missed during lockdown.
‘Cutting down the Amazon makes no business sense.’
The latest South African Customer Satisfaction Index takes a look at South Africa’s service stations for the first time – revealing which petrol stations are rated the best by South African consumers.
It was never going to be pretty. Investors braced themselves for bad news from the finance minister’s Supplementary Budget, and bad news is what they got, say Old Mutual Investment Group’s investment strategists Izak Odendaal and Dave Mohr. But there are some silver linings.
China promised to cancel the debt of relevant African countries in the form of interest-free government loans that are due to mature by the end of 2020 within the framework of the Forum on China-Africa Cooperation.
Facebook chief Mark Zuckerberg has shrugged off an ad boycott by major advertisers after the company’s share price nosedived. Sadly, history is on his side, says Richard Lord.
The Mauritian government recently announced several incentives that make Mauritius an attractive option for foreigners to live, work and invest in.
Clientele Life fined R200 000, while Hollard Life and Outsurance Life cautioned.
How much is enough? How much must I save now to achieve this unknown amount by some indeterminate point in the future?
The Labour Appeal Court is set to rule whether it was indeed ‘unfair’ of SAA’s business rescue practitioners to start retrenchment proceedings without a rescue plan.
Total SA has deployed a rig to South Africa to look for more oil near a massive discovery, in a rare example of exploration in a frontier area.
In hopes more oil will be found in the area.
As more South Africans adjust to the new normal of working from home, questions arise around whether employees can claim tax, says Joon Chong, partner at law firm Webber Wentzel.