ARTICLES RELATING TO SOUTH AFRICA

Why you should visit Elgin - the home to South Africa’s elegant cool-climate wines

2019-08-23 09:21

From crisp and fruity to bubbly, three cool-cliamte wine farms to try in Elgin.

There goes the rand... yet again

2019-08-21 14:46

There have been several local events that have played a role in the rand’s rollercoaster ride. However, they aren’t the main reasons for our local currency’s decline.

Exporting rabbit meat could mean big bucks for small SA farmers. Here's advice on how to get started.

2019-08-19 12:13

With a startup investment of R35,000, fast-breeding rabbits could be a great way to get into farming, an economist says.

Mills Soko: What SA can learn from Japan, Singapore and China

2019-08-12 15:22

The ruling ANC can address gaps in skills, capacity and service delivery through a technocratic model of government, says Mills Soko.

SA woman’s Tinder mismatch - I went to meet a complete stranger in Switzerland and it was one big yawn

2019-08-09 03:51

One woman tells us about her unconventional date with a total stranger halfway around the world.

Just how many is 6.7 million? SA's jobless crisis in perspective

2019-08-07 06:00

According to the latest estimates, nearly 7 million people in South Africa are unemployed. But just how big is that number? Fin24 puts it into perspective.

If everyone behaved like SA, we'd need 1.7 earths - consumers warned

2019-08-05 21:31

South Africa is 'dipping into its investment' and 'overspending on its budget' in relation to the earth's resources, says an academic.

The difference between SA multi-asset income funds and money market

2019-08-02 14:43

By comparing the risks and returns of multi-asset income funds and the money market, PSG Wealth’s Schalk Louw explains why there is a place for multi-asset income funds in a balanced investment portfolio.

Solly Moeng: To boost SA's growth, start with its systems

2019-07-31 20:00

We face a dangerous set of dynamics for a democracy that was never intended to be governed by one political formation forever, says Solly Moeng.

These stunning satellite images show South Africa's largest dams filling up

2019-07-29 14:40

Theewaterskloof Dam, Cape Town’s largest dam, is now almost 53% full. In 2017 it teetered at a terrifying 10%.

 

We tried de-alcoholised South African wine - and it took us by surprise

2019-08-21 14:50

You'd have to drink 9 bottles in an hour to reach the legal alcohol limit.

TAKE A LOOK: This Cape Town parking bay is on offer for a cool R1.25 million

2019-08-20 13:06

But it's not even a record. In 2017, another parking bay in Clifton sold for R1.65 million.

Why is South Africa still waiting for cheaper data?

2019-08-13 22:17

Mobile data prices in South Africa are higher than in many other countries in Africa and elsewhere. The quick release of spectrum could change that – but continued indecision by policymakers leaves consumers with costly data bills and hinders economic growth.

Government bought 80 imported BMW 3 series in a single month - just barely complying with strict new rules

2019-08-09 12:02

The price of around R650,000 per car is pushing the upper limit of how much municipalities are allowed to spend .

This is now the lightest mountain bike you can buy in South Africa, weighing almost as much as a water bottle

2019-08-07 09:09

Specialized’s latest Epic hardtail made its global debut this week.

It’s never too late to save for retirement

2019-08-06 16:49

We need to throw out outdated views about retirement, writes investment expert Simon Brown. Starting with the idea that you can be too late in building wealth and financial independence.

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Take a look: inside Rolls-Royce’s first SUV – now in SA and (probably) the most expensive you can buy

Just in time as these days rich South Africans are preferring SUVs over other elite sports cars.

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All the big SA companies that are currently looking for CEOs - including the Post Office and Postbank

2019-08-01 20:50

Absa, Old Mutual, Eskom and SAA are among the companies looking for new CEOs.

A popular SA gin has just been bought by the French giant that owns Absolut, Chivas, and Jameson

2019-07-31 14:17

Inverroche CEO Lorna Scott said the acquisition is a vote of confidence in SA's economic prospects.

The logic behind Bidvest

2019-07-29 10:35

After beginning her involvement with the Bidvest Group over a decade ago, Mpumi Madisa will be taking the reins next year. She explains what it is that makes the company (and her) tick. And what needs to be done to achieve further growth.

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