10 most-read “money” articles of the week

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

1. Recruitment specialist explains Whitey Basson's R100m bonus

What is it that makes Basson so valuable? The Money Show's Bruce Whitfield interviews Woodburn Mann’s Andrew Woodburn.

2. Jacob Zuma is the sponsor and chief of corruption in SA - Sipho Pityana

"Zuma must go. When you are the president who literally laughs off any suggestions that government be held to a higher standard…"

FILE: President Jacob Zuma. Picture: Supplied

3. The university degree is dead

Flux Trends founder Dion Chang gives five reasons why he believes getting a degree is past its sell by date.

4. 'Money is like a penis...' - Muzi Kuzwayo (founder of ad agency Ignitive)

What does Kuzwayo (founder of Ignitive, "Motown of SA's communications industry") hope for (and fear) about money?

5. Unsure which shares to buy? This asset manager shares a hot tip (or 3)...

The Money Show's Bruce Whitfield asks Mvunonala Asset Management’s Thato Mashigo to share his stock picks of the week.

6. Meet Nico Bezuidenhout, ex-Mango CEO (headhunted by Fastjet)

Bruce Whitfield interviews Mango’s former CEO – who repeatedly clashed with SAA Chair Dudu Myeni – and now heads up London-listed Fastjet.

7. ‘Next 3 years to set the course for next 30’ – political analyst Richard Calland

It’s make or break time. The next three years will determine if South Africa succeeds or fails in the long term, argues Calland.

8. Why medical aid is woefully inadequate (and how affordable gap cover helps)

It may come as a shock (but it’s all there in the small print); medical schemes do not fully cover you when you’re hospitalised.

9. Meet the founder of Capitec Bank, named ‘Best Bank on Earth and Cheapest in SA’

Michiel le Roux speaks about the fascinating story behind the little bank that has the Big 4 shaking in their boots.

10. Why everyone adores gazillionaire Warren Buffett, most successful investor ever

He's giving it all away and still lives in the modest house he bought 1958. There are many reasons to love the world's 3rd richest.

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