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

1.

Pravin Gordhan meets with 60 CEOs about how to avoid a ratings downgrade.

2.

A Public Law expert and a political analyst discuss the politics (and legality, or lack thereof) of President Jacob Zuma’s offer to pay back the money.

3.

Julius Malema (kind of) delivers a pro-market sounding speech.

4.

Outa Chairperson Wayne Duvenage discusses why some e-toll balances seem to be “disappearing”.

5.

5 tips on how to make lots of money (and build a property empire) on Airbnb.

6.

A Professor in Economics on how saving can make South Africa a rich country.

7.

Why MyWealth Investments believes Woolies, Discovery and Rhodes Food Group are the best companies to invest in right now.

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Julius Malema (kind of) delivers pro-market sounding speech

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Fin24 columnist Terry Bell on a speech by Julius Malema that sounded pro-market, though not without contradictions.

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