News 24 | Super-rich hunt for trophies leads to R38bn in sales
Posted: Sun, 20 May 2018 20:45:01 +0200
The super-rich invest in art as a status symbo, but also to make money, hoping for big returns on their down payment. | E-commerce not biggest disruption in township retail - marketing specialist
Posted: Sun, 20 May 2018 19:15:02 +0200
From a township retail point of view, the biggest disruption is a shift in power, according to Lemok Group founder Lebogang Mokubela. | Are classic cars a good investment?
Posted: Sun, 20 May 2018 17:41:24 +0200
The market for classic cars has slowed down significantly, but does that mean they are not a good investment? Do your homework - and a little bit of luck never comes amiss, says an expert. | African nations want to recover stolen assets
Posted: Sun, 20 May 2018 16:12:21 +0200
The Commonwealth secretary says Africa is losing billions of dollars annually to corruption, urging the anti-graft tsars to "fight against this tsunami". | Previously disadvantaged face more tech start-up challenges - expert
Posted: Sun, 20 May 2018 14:37:45 +0200
Previously disadvantaged members of the tech ecosystem face additional challenges, the general manager of Silicon Cape has told Fin24. | How Ramaphosa’s superwomen hope to change the economy
Posted: Sun, 20 May 2018 13:56:03 +0200
The call came on her birthday. President Cyril Ramaphosa wanted businesswoman Phumzile Langeni to join his presidential special envoy to travel the world wooing investors. | Why the Japanese are keen on SA
Posted: Sun, 20 May 2018 10:17:48 +0200
Executives from three hundred of Japan’s top companies landed in South Africa two weeks ago in an effort to explore investment opportunities here and, ultimately, in the rest of the continent. | Pravin’s Transnet board battle
Posted: Sun, 20 May 2018 07:45:24 +0200
A former Transnet board member claims public enterprises minister is ‘racially biased’ and ‘abusing his powers’. | Row over land set aside for Chinese
Posted: Sun, 20 May 2018 06:44:44 +0200
A fight over two parcels of land awarded to Chinese companies to grow rice and build a power station in Mpumalanga could derail the projects.

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