As an investor, you may come across many different rules of thumb along your investment journey, notes Thandi Skade of financial services firm Allan Gray. These may help you make sense of how much you will need to invest to…
As South African cities face ever-increasing population growth, the responsibility to provide essential services and encourage economic growth falls on struggling municipalities.
Financial experts have warned that the South African Revenue Service's (SARS) renewed focus on wealthy individuals in the country is priming taxpayers for the introduction of a wealth tax.
According to the South African Banking Risk Information Centre (SABRIC), South Africans lost more than R1.5 billion collectively in banking and card fraud alone in 2020.
The investing world could look quite different over the next 10 years, characterised by higher inflation and interest rates.