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

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Patrice Motsepe launches new financial services company with Sanlam heavyweights Johan van Zyl and Johan van der Merwe.

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How to avoid being scammed by MMM style schemes.

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South African investors are moving money abroad at a rate not seen since the end of Apartheid, according to central bank data.

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5 reasons why you might decide to visit Dubai for a day.

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Coca Cola is changing its slogan from “Open Happiness” to “Taste the Feeling”. But does it work?

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What's happening to commodities? Are we poised for a turnaround?

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Bread prices in South Africa are rising when they should be falling (due to the lower international wheat price), says Grain SA.

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Patrice Motsepe launches new company with Sanlam heavyweights

Patrice Motsepe launches new company with Sanlam heavyweights

Motsepe will chair financial services firm African Rainbow Capital with joint CEOs Johan van Zyl and Johan van der Merwe.

What's happening to commodities? There's been a very rapid turnaround

What's happening to commodities? There's been a very rapid turnaround

Mmamokgethi Molopyane, Mining and Labour Analyst at Creative Voodoo Consulting shines some light on the commodities market

How to avoid being scammed by MMM style schemes

How to avoid being scammed by MMM style schemes

The triple-M scheme has failed. What to look out for to avoid these scams.

The Big 5 reasons people visit Dubai for a day?

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Cash shifting overseas at a rate not seen since the end of Apartheid

Cash shifting overseas at a rate not seen since the end of Apartheid

According to central bank data, SA investors are shifting cash overseas at the most-sustained pace since the end of apartheid

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The iconic brand Coca Cola is changing its slogan, but does it work?

Andy Rice touches on brand consistency and continuity and asks… Does it Work?

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Bread prices should be falling, not rising, says Grain SA

Grain SA says the price of bread should not increase and instead should be reduced due to the falling international cost of wheat.

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