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Minister Malusi Gigaba

Malusi Gigaba – Man with a Plan

Today MoneyMarketing attended the media briefing at which our Minister of Finance, Malusi Gigaba, introduced government’s inclusive economic growth action plan. (more…)

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Talking Economics: Are investors complacent?

As political and economic uncertainty in South Africa remain a concern for investors, many have turned to global portfolios for a measure of offshore exposure. (more…)

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Reducing your risk of identity theft

Over 15 million people are victims of identity theft annually, many of whom fall into the less tech savvy 50 and over age group. Moreover, identity theft is very hard to prevent because so much of our personal data resides outside of our control. (more…)

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Lee Bromfield

Tips to save on funeral insurance

More often, consumers who are in financial predicaments are quick to turn to their bank statements to review the viability of grudge purchases like insurance, as a quick solution to free up cash to cover debt obligations. (more…)

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South Africa faces a crisis of fixed investment – IRR report

Levels of fixed investment are falling far behind what is necessary to secure an economic recovery in South Africa. This is the main finding of report released by the IRR this morning. (more…)

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Are SA’s youth a lost generation?

Are South Africa’s youth a lost generation – many of whom reportedly will never experience gainful employment? Unfortunately, this may be the case if smart strategies aren’t identified to bolster youth participation in entrepreneurship. This is according to the recently released 2016/2017 South Africa Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM) which shows that youth unemployment remains at […]

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Proof that young drivers can change their behaviour

According to the Department of Transport, about 80% of road fatalities involve males between 19 and 35 and the World Health Organisation’s global research shows that traffic injuries are the leading cause of death among people aged between 15 and 29 years old. While inexperience accounts for much of the increased risk, other factors include […]

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