THE HEALTH OF SA'S MEDICAL SCHEMES
As the Covid-19 pandemic abates, finweek takes a look at the financial performance of some of the largest players.
The effect of Gilbertson's departure
With Ntsimbintle Holdings now the major shareholder of Jupiter Mines, it could change SA’s manganese industry.
Making money from music
Why investors are increasingly drawn to the music industry.
Conviction is key
Sandy Rheeder plays a critical role in Mukuru’s mission to open up financial services to the emerging consumer market in Africa through tailor-made technology solutions and platforms.
The post-pandemic toolkit
How CFOs can use technology to support growth.
Big city living exodus
Mini cities like Waterfall City and Steyn City are redefining city-style apartment living.
Big compact, big value
Handsome, with a hefty level of standard specification, the roomy Haval Jolion compact crossover is a great value proposition.
On barriers to entry
There are various ways in which a company or sector can achieve competitive dominance. They usually make for good investments.
Fear and greed in one index
To buck the trend, when markets are hot or cold, is a tough thing to do. However, it can deliver solid returns.
Africa's largest data centre facility coming soon
Vantage Data Centers plans to invest over R15bn for its first African data centre facility in Attacq’s Waterfall City.
How do I protect the value of my investments against inflation?
It is not easy to find the right balance, but a portfolio should be well-diversified and structured to the environment.
Expectation versus reality
Consider the potential outcomes when buying stocks.
Don't panic, but be cautious
The current energy crisis unfolding in the UK is an example of slow-motion market action. Will it resolve itself?
Keep retirement at bay
Why early retirement should not be an option for people.
Don't outlive your money
Make the right choices in retirement by keeping a keen interest in your post-retirement investments.
MTN IS BACK
It seems as if the MTN leadership is making the right calls. What can be expected from the company going forward?
Infrastructure development back on SA's economic priority list
Analysts agree that things are looking up for the construction sector and it is a buy.
Running out of fuel
There are a couple of factors driving global supply constraints. Where does it leave traders?
Rebuilding from the unrest
South Africa is exposed to an enormous economic security risk by concentrating most of its trade in KwaZulu-Natal, and the Eastern Cape offers an opportunity to deconcentrate trade.
The lure of retiring abroad
Dreaming of retiring in an exotic destination? Here’s what you need to know.
Behind South Africans' ability to save
Poverty should be considered when discussing South Africa’s saving culture.
It’s not always easy to wind up an estate. Sometimes problems and disputes arise, and according to experts, most of them can be prevented.
It's not about you!
Why we need a broader lens to address the issue of debt in individuals.
Combing through the financial results
The balance sheets, income statements and cash flow statements of companies are key documents to gain insight into their health and future.
Exxaro's new strategy
The coal producer has announced that the group would target acquisitions in bauxite, manganese and copper.
The battle between active and passive
Some considerations in the decade-old debate remain important.
Showing signs of an exhausted run
Clicks is a provider of health and beauty merchandise and is the largest retail pharmacy chain in South Africa. The company also owns the pharmaceutical wholesaler United Pharmaceutical Distributors (UPD).
Will taxing chrome ore backfire?
David Kovarsky, spokesman for ChromeSA, answers questions on government’s proposed chrome ore tax.
SA's Top Equity Funds
Generating alpha amidst a market-wrenching pandemic has been a challenge and a half for many fund managers.
Delay, Save, Buy, Repeat
Take a journey to see how delaying big purchases can impact a person’s financial wellbeing.