Khaya Sithole, Thabi Leoka, Bruce Cameron: Subscribers have exclusive access to SA's top business writers

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Did you know that as a News24 subscriber you are privy to opinion and analysis from South Africa's foremost economic, business and financial writers? From political economy to personal finance, Fin24's altogether 14 opinion writers offer their insights on a weekly basis, keeping you abreast of all you need to know about the world of finance and business. Below is a list of Fin24's regular columnists. Read their articles here.

Bruce Cameron

Bruce Cameron

Bruce Cameron is an award-winning journalist and co-author, with Wouter Fourie, of the best-selling books, The Ultimate Guide to Retirement in South Africa; and recently published, Secure Your Retirement: How to Beat the Effects of Corruption, Ratings Downgrades and Economic Lockdowns. He writes a weekly column focused on personal finance and consumer issues.

Read his latest column: Covid-19 – now a major cause of financial scams

Isaah Mhlanga, chief economist at Alexander Forbes

Isaah Mhlanga

Isaah Mhlanga is the executive chief economist at Alexander Forbes.

Read his latest column: What a third and fourth wave of Covid-19 could mean for SA markets

Jabulani Sikhakhane

Jabulani Sikhakhane

Jabulani Sikhakhane is editor of The Conversation Africa, the academic and research-based news and opinion site. He has worked for National Treasury and the South African Reserve Bank. He is the former deputy editor and editor of economic and business coverage at The Conversation Africa.

Read his latest column: SA's energy problem is bigger than Eskom

Khaya Sithole

Khaya Sithole

Khaya Sithole is an accountant, academic and activist who writes and tweets on finance, economics and politics.

Read his latest column: Steinhoff saga raises questions on SA's ability to deal with white-collar crime

Nolwandle Mthombeni

Nolwandle Mthombeni

Nolwandle Mthombeni is senior banks analyst at Intellidex.

Read her latest column: Challenging the Mastercard and Visa duopoly? Priceless

Ian Mann  

Ian Mann of Gateways consults internationally on strategy and implementation, is the author of Strategy that Works and a public speaker. He writes regular reviews on the latest business-orientated books.

Read his latest review: Lessons from Netflix: Super-charged growth through company culture

Ofentse Mokwena (Supplied)

Ofentse Mokwena

Ofentse Mokwena is a transport economist, lecturer, researcher and podcast host. 

Read his latest column: Are public transport subsidies working for the public?

Sifiso Ntombela (supplied)

Sifiso Ntombela 

Dr Sifiso Ntombela is the chief economist at the National Agricultural Marketing Council. You can follow him on Twitter: @Ntombela_SM. 

Read his latest article: With average age of SA's farmers now at 62, food insecurity looms

Sifiso Skenjana (supplied)

Sifiso Skenjana

Sifiso Skenjana is the chief economist and thought leadership executive at IQ Business. Follow him on Twitter: @sifiso_skenjana. 

Read his latest article: Identity economics and indigenous preservation – lessons from King Zwelithini’s life

Solly Moeng

Solly Moeng

Solly Moeng is a brand and reputation management advisor and managing director of strategic corporate communications consultancy DonValley Reputation Managers. He is also convenor of the Africa Brand Summit.

Read his latest column: When will they learn? Brands that tried - and failed - to profit from prejudice

Thabi Leoka

Thabi Leoka 

Thabi Leoka is an independent economist and member of the Presidential Economic Advisory Council. She has worked in financial services for more than 17 years and is interested in fiscal and monetary policy. 

Read her latest column: SA doesn't have a funding problem - it has a spending problem

Terry Bell (supplied)

Terry Bell

Terry Bell is a veteran journalist and editor, as well as the author of a range of books and booklets covering everything from travel and biography to historical events. He specialises, however, in political and economic analysis and labour matters and writes a weekly column called Inside Labour.

Read his latest column: INSIDE LABOUR | Next Human Rights month, how about some real change?

Wandile Sihlobo (supplied)

Wandile Sihlobo 

Wandile Sihlobo is the chief economist of the Agricultural Business Chamber of South Africa (Agbiz) and the author of Finding Common Ground: Land, Equity, and Agriculture. He is a visiting research fellow at the Wits School of Governance and is one of South Africa's leading voices on land reform and the agriculture economy.

Read his latest article: SA government should focus on expansion of agricultural export markets

Zama Ndlovu (Supplied)

Zama Ndlovu

Zama Ndlovu is a social activist, columnist and communicator. Her published work includes A Bad Black's Manifesto

Read her latest column: Draft financial-inclusion policy: The poor deserve more than desktop research

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