With the right announcements the markets would react positively, support the government in seeking growth, writes Melanie Verwoerd.
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Capitec, the country's biggest bank by client numbers says its fees for digital banking and debit orders will remain unchanged in 2020, in the face of increasing competition to retain clients.
Nzimande said the scheme meant that it would support approximately half of all the undergraduate student population at public universities.
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Money manager Sygnia has closed all its hedge-fund products, ending a 13-year history with an investment strategy its chief executive officer now calls a ruse to pocket fees.
The University of Cape Town has announced an 8% fee increase for the 2018 academic year, adding that students coming from households with incomes below R600 000 per year will largely be protected.
President Jacob Zuma has directed those working on a plan to provide free university education to ensure it is implemented in a fiscally sustainable manner, National Treasury has said.
It seems that many holders of exchange-traded funds (ETFs) do not fully understand the fees that are deducted from dividends.
Most retirement products cost around 3% in fees and paying it can mean you’ll retire with 40% less money, according to 10X Investments CEO Steven Nathan.
The Parliamentary Budget Office estimates fee-free education at universities would cost the fiscus around R250bn over a three-year period.
Hundreds of students met at Jamieson (or, Marikana) Hall on Monday afternoon.
UWC Fairy Godmother provides a platform for students who are in need to request assistance by sharing their story.
You'll have to have a minimum of R1 million up front, preferably in cash.
10X Investments CEO Steven Nathan tells Fin24 how a Cape Town-based group of retirement specialists managed to impress the biggest trade union in the country.
Hundreds of aggrieved University of South Africa students in KwaZulu-Natal have taken to the streets to protest against ongoing problems with funding and registration.
Deputy president Cyril Ramaphosa says President Jacob Zuma’s fiscal committee is undermining Treasury and he is opposed to any IMF loan for Eskom.
National Treasury has been rocked by the resignation of its long-time budget head, Michael Sachs.
From student funding to trade deals, the economic organisation has a few suggestions for the country.
A director from a UK financial institution discusses the latest UK regulator's report into the asset management sector, which is being pressurised to further cut its fees.
The Oppidan Press footage shows a tense stand-off between police and students.
A UCT Associate Professor of commerce was caught on camera calling protesting students "f***ing c**ts" - he explains why.
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