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SENDING YOUR CHILDREN TO STUDY ABROAD As a father of three girls, aged between 8 and 13, and with a baby boy on his way, financial literacy and planning for the education of my children is something that is very important to me. Amongst my clients, I have also noticed over the years that it is fast becoming a trend for those who have the means, to send their children to study overseas as they seek to provide their children with the best possible education.
The 2017 Knight Frank Wealth Report found that nearly half of the respondents with clients in Africa (47%) strongly agreed that wealthy families are choosing to send their
16 Nov 2017
PATIENCE REWARDED Barclays Bank Ghana is making waves in the African financial services sector with Patience Akyianu at the helm, taking the institution to new heights through dedication, hard work and innovation
Africa today is seen as the continent of opportunity with the latest technology transforming, connecting and equipping a new generation to embrace the future head on. The banking
07 Nov 2017
ONLINE TARGETING THE AFRICAN YOUTH As Africa’s youth rise in power, companies have a golden opportunity to speak to them online
With over 200 million people aged between 15 and 24, Africa has the youngest population in the world. This is according to the United Nations, whose African Economic Outlook
28 Jun 2017
NEW PARTNERSHIP TO FAST TRACK INNOVATION IN THE INSURANCE INDUSTRY New partnership in insurance industry
To adapt to a continually changing environment, remain relevant in a technologically transforming world, and further create value for customers, Old Mutual Emerging Markets (OMEM)
08 May 2017
Corruption CORRUPTION IN THE SPOTLIGHT
Is the South African government doing all they can to ensure a corruption free South Africa and avoid unnecessary wastage of public funds? Are business leaders doing their part in
18 May 2016
Return on investment Investing in infrastructure, ICT in Africa
Positive returns on investment are almost guaranteed in the infrastructure and ICT sectors in South Africa and Africa, says Deputy President Cyril
13 May 2016
Moody's Ba1 rating for Eskom from Moody's
Moody’s Investors Service (Moody’s) has affirmed Eskom’s credit rating of Ba1 with a negative outlook this after the rating agency affirmed South Africa’s
11 May 2016
Small business tax Tax compliancy for SMME’s in South Africa
Tax season is upon us and it is vital for businesses, big and small, to make sure that they are compliant and up to date with their tax submissions to the South African Revenue
09 May 2016
CREDIT HEALTH Household budgets getting further squeezed by rising price inflation
The Consumer Credit Index (CCI) that TransUnion released today shows that consumer credit health deteriorated marginally in Q2 2014. The CCI declined to 48.9 in Q2 2014 from 49.8
02 Aug 2014
WEALTH Six steps to building wealth
Everybody has a set of priorities, a hierarchy of values, things that are most important to least important in their life. Whatever is highest on your value, you are inspired from
08 Jul 2014 - D. J. D.
LEADERSHIP CEO of PPC takes pay cut
PPC’s Chief Executive Ketso Gordhan took an R1 million pay cut and his top 60 managers’ remuneration was frozen in order to hike the wages of the cement manufacturer’s 1200 lowest earners.
25 Feb 2014
TAX Budget must assist SMEs
Small businesses play a significant role in job creation, poverty reduction and economic growth. It is thus crucial that the 2014 Budget Speech tackles the financial burdens and concerns of the SME sector.
21 Feb 2014
AFRICA Measuring our economic growth
Has Sub-Saharan Africa’s record of economic growth made a material difference in the lives of ordinary Africans – and which countries or regions are benefiting most (and least) from growth?
26 Jan 2014
BUSINESS Local pharmaceutical manufacturing
With the recent widely-reported instability of the South African economy, many sectors of manufacturing have been adversely affected, including the pharmaceutical industry.
28 Nov 2013
MINING More women vital for mining future
If it is a fact that profit margins are higher for mining companies with women on the board, then surely local companies should focus on employing more women in the mining sector.
25 Oct 2013
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