The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviews Nic Haralambous, founder (at the cost of R5000!) of funky sock company Nic Harry.
Can you afford to leave South Africa? Certified Financial Planner (CFP) Barry O'Mahony on what to consider before deciding.
After dithering for fear of spending political capital, SAA is now out of the President’s hands, says Pieter du Toit (News24).
Sharing networks, tax incentives and new tech are some of the ways to bring rural SA online, argues Premeshin Naidoo (Absa CIB).
MTN and Vodacom may not be as “strong”, but they remain South Africa’s most valuable brands.
The ANC in Johannesburg is not going to be as beholden to the EFF as the DA was, says local government expert Dr Crispian Olver.
There are 142 countries with cheaper data than South Africa. Bruce Whitfield interviews Alan Knott-Craig (Jnr) of HeroTel.
SAA is a classic example, says Isaah Mhlanga, Chief Economist at Alexander Forbes Investments.
Jabu Mabuza (Chair and co-CEO at Eskom) talks about the utility's results, growing debt burden and new CEO, Andre de Ruyter.