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Most read, most talked about business articles of the past week:

1.

Naspers Chairperson Koos Bekker was at Davos. Here’s what he had to say.

2.

Barmy Army finishes 5-star hotel’s entire Castle Lager stock in 20 minutes.

3.

Got a bit of money in the bank, not earning much? Financial advisor Warren Ingram on how to invest it.

4.

Financial planner Jillian Howard gives easy-to-follow tips for boosting your family finances.

5.

FirstRand CEO Johan Burger reports back from Davos.

6.

3 best shares to buy this week, according to I-Capital MD Lance Williams.

7.

The good, the bad and the ugly of the 2016 World Economic Forum in Davos.

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Barmy Army finishes 5-star hotel’s entire Castle Lager stock in 20 minutes

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About 140 Barmy Army members made short work of all the Castle Lager stocks at Sun International’s five-star The Table Bay Hotel.

Got a bit of money in the bank, not earning much? Here’s how to invest it…

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FirstRand CEO Johan Burger reports back from Davos

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Bruce Whitfield interviews Johan Burger, CEO of FirstRand, who attended the 2016 WEF in Davos.

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Naspers Chairperson Koos Bekker was at Davos. Here’s what he had to say…

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Bruce Whitfield plays an audio clip of Naspers Chair Koos Bekker who attended the 2016 World Economic Forum in Davos.

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3 best shares to buy this week (according to I-Capital MD Lance Williams)

Williams’ stock picks include two large blue chips and one lesser known company.

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Bruce Whitfield interviews Jillian Howard, financial planner and author of “The Best Pocket Guide Ever for Family Finances”.

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