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

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Morné Wilken, CEO of Mall of Africa developer Attacq, discusses the wildly successful opening, traffic chaos and reports of multiple car thefts.

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How to prevent firms (think Vodacom “please call me”) from stealing your idea.

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3 shares that’ll grow your wealth if you buy them now (according to Purple Group Portfolio Manager Mpho Maile).

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New app StokFella taps into R49 billion per year stokvel market.

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Why everyone (and their aunties) are going gaga over Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway AGM.

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Why it’s especially important to see a financial advisor five years prior to retirement (and five years thereafter).

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New book (“The Disruptors” by Gus Silber and Kerryn Krige) tells inspiring tales of social entrepreneurs - a new breed of businessperson who is doing well by doing good.

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How to prevent firms (think Vodacom ‘please call me’) from stealing your idea

How to prevent firms (think Vodacom ‘please call me’) from stealing your idea

Small business guru Pavlo Phitidis on how to protect your intellectual property from corporate theft.

Mall of Africa developer on the wildly successful opening, traffic and security

Mall of Africa developer on the wildly successful opening, traffic and security

Attacq CEO Morné Wilken discusses the opening of the largest mall in Africa - a key strategic milestone for his company.

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