Trump/Rand… Forex trading… Telkom makes money... Naspers/Tencent… RIP, degree…

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

1. Donald Trump still hammering South African rand

The rand extended huge losses it suffered last week on fears that Trump will pursue policies that could cause capital outflows.

2. If you want to get rich trading Forex, you may want to read this…

The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviews Mark Wilkes, Head of Risk Trading at Purple Group.

3. Telkom sells 170 000 FreeMe bundles in 6 months

South Africans have fallen in love with Telkom's FreeMe data bundle with free voice, SMS, Wi-Fi and WhatsApp calls.

4. When you find out this is true, it will make you angry

There is no shortage of news stories, but determining which are true is no simple matter.

5. Make money while you sleep! Consider buying these 3 shares (by Fairtree Capital)

Portfolio Manager Jean-Pierre Verster shares his stock picks for the week.

6. DA leader Mmusi Maimane to criminally charge Jacob Zuma

The law compels those who suspect corruption to report it to the police. Ray White interviews ENSAfrica's Steven Powell.

7. How Naspers paid peanuts for Tencent (China’s most valuable company)

In 2001 Naspers invested $32 million in (then tiny) Tencent. Learn more about the wildly profitable Chinese behemoth...

8. 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.

9. At age 14 Marnus Broodryk started his own business. At 24 he was a millionaire

Meet the CEO of disruptive accounting firm The Beancounter and “Shark” on M-Net’s new show "Shark Tank”.

10. Here’s what may happen when Zuma goes (by political analyst Ralph Mathekga)

What impact will his departure have on South Africa and the ANC? Can we fix the damage - and how do we do that?

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If you want to get rich trading Forex, you may want to read this…

If you want to get rich trading Forex, you may want to read this…

The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviews Mark Wilkes, Head of Risk Trading at Purple Group.

Telkom sells 170 000 FreeMe bundles in 6 months

Telkom sells 170 000 FreeMe bundles in 6 months

South Africans have fallen in love with Telkom’s FreeMe data bundle with free voice, SMS, Wi-Fi and WhatsApp calls.

How Naspers paid peanuts for Tencent (China’s most valuable company)

How Naspers paid peanuts for Tencent (China’s most valuable company)

In 2001 Naspers invested $32 million in (then tiny) Tencent. Learn more about the wildly profitable Chinese behemoth...

Donald Trump still hammering South African rand

Donald Trump still hammering South African rand

The rand extended huge losses it suffered last week on fears that Trump will pursue policies that could cause capital outflows.

Make money while you sleep! Consider buying these 3 shares (by Fairtree Capital)

Make money while you sleep! Consider buying these 3 shares (by Fairtree Capital)

Portfolio Manager Jean-Pierre Verster shares his stock picks for the week.

DA leader Mmusi Maimane to criminally charge Jacob Zuma

DA leader Mmusi Maimane to criminally charge Jacob Zuma

The law compels those who suspect corruption to report it to the police. Ray White interviews ENSAfrica's Steven Powell.

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