10 most-read articles of 2017 from Bruce Whitfield's 'The Money Show'

10.

15 square metre flats (called ‘nano units’) hit Johannesburg rental market

(An innovative property business is providing extremely tiny flats, priced from R1950 per month.)

9.

Edgars makes R400m each year by illegally charging credit customers a club fee

(It is illegal for the Edcon Group – owner of Edgars, Jet and CNA - to charge its credit customers club fees.)

8.

Earn peanuts? How to best invest very small amounts...

Got a spare R200 or R300 a month? Here’s how to make that money work hard and grow…

7.

70% of middleclass in SA in deep, deep financial trouble. Here's the way out...

(The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviews Galileo Capital Personal Financial Advisor Warren Ingram.)

6.

Stuttafords dies on 1 August. There are lessons to learn

(The 159-year-old icon failed to evolve. Bruce Whitfield interviews Aurik Business Accelerator founder Pavlo Phitidis.)

5.

Bloomberg makes fishy discovery when visiting Charles King (new owner of Tegeta)

(Why is its registered address that of a violin shop? Bruce Whitfield interviews Intellidex’s Stuart Theobald.)

4.

Already submitted your tax return? Sorry, you may have to do it again…

(Sars is experiencing technical issues. Have a medical aid, retirement fund or travel allowance? You may want to check this out…)

3.

Meet self-made millionaire (net worth – R400m!) property mogul Sisa Ngebulana

(How did Ngebulana build his empire? The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed him for his weekly “ShapeShifter” feature.)

2.

India’s 2nd largest bank closes accounts of Gupta-linked companies - Bloomberg

(The state-owned Bank of Baroda’s South African unit is ditching the Guptas as clients. Bruce Whitfield interviews Stephen Grootes.)

1.

Spur is bleeding from right-wing boycotts

(“It happened almost immediately… It was like wildfire. Within a week we had immediate reaction, and then it just grew. And grew.")

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Bloomberg makes fishy discovery when visiting Charles King (new owner of Tegeta)

Bloomberg makes fishy discovery when visiting Charles King (new owner of Tegeta)

Why is its registered address that of a violin shop? Bruce Whitfield interviews Intellidex’s Stuart Theobald.

Already submitted your tax return? Sorry, you may have to do it again…

Already submitted your tax return? Sorry, you may have to do it again…

Sars is experiencing technical issues. Have a medical aid, retirement fund or travel allowance? You may want to check this out…

Stuttafords dies on 1 August. There are lessons to learn

Stuttafords dies on 1 August. There are lessons to learn

The 159-year-old icon failed to evolve. Bruce Whitfield interviews Aurik Business Accelerator founder Pavlo Phitidis.

Spur is bleeding from right-wing boycotts

Spur is bleeding from right-wing boycotts

“It happened almost immediately… It was like wildfire. Within a week we had immediate reaction, and then it just grew. And grew."

India’s 2nd largest bank closes accounts of Gupta-linked companies - Bloomberg

India’s 2nd largest bank closes accounts of Gupta-linked companies - Bloomberg

The state-owned Bank of Baroda’s South African unit is ditching the Guptas as clients. Bruce Whitfield interviews Stephen Grootes.

Meet self-made millionaire (net worth – R400m!) property mogul Sisa Ngebulana

Meet self-made millionaire (net worth – R400m!) property mogul Sisa Ngebulana

How did Ngebulana build his empire? The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed him for his weekly “ShapeShifter” feature.

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