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  • News 8:06

    In conversation with new BP Southern Africa CEO, Priscillah Mabelane

    After six years of working for BP Southern Africa as Chief Financial Officer, Priscillah Mabelane, has been announced as the company's CEO, the first black female to be appointed.

  • News 4:48

    Executives again called to be accountable with their pay

    The dispute over remuneration policy at Naspers has put the spotlight back on accountability when it comes to executive remuneration. To discuss this further is chief executive officer of Odgers Berndtson Sub-Saharan Africa, Leon Ayo.

  • News 3:40

    Informal waste pickers industry gets a boost from government

    Informal waste pickers in Gauteng will receive training through Gauteng's new Waste Recycler’s Project, to incorporate them into the professional waste industry. They will also receive motorized three-wheeler vehicles worth one-hundred thousand rand.

  • News 1:21

    Need to Know: What are the minimum King IV principles that SMMEs need to comply with?

    Parmi Natesan from the Institute of Directors in South Africa, responds.

  • News 1:59

    Old Johannesburg station turned into a night-time marketplace

    A new market has hit the City of Gold. Founded by Team Station, the market is a space for young entrepreneurs to network and sell their goods.

  • News 4:19

    Average salary in South Africa increases

    Despite the country’s sluggish economic growth and outlook, Bankserv Africa’s Disposable Salary Index has seen an increase for the fifth consecutive month in a row. Chief Economist at Economists.co.za, Mike Schüssler, discusses further.

  • News 4:44

    Companies outsourcing staff to save jobs

    To discuss how companies can use outsourcing during restructuring without having to shed jobs, is CEO of the Innovative Solutions Group, Arnoux Maré.

  • News 1:23

    Need to Know: Are penalities put on taxfree accounts fair?

    Alex Gwala, Tax Director at Deloitte, responds.

  • News 4:19

    Financial sector gets two new regulators

    This week President Jacob Zuma signed the Financial Sector Regulation Bill into law. The act establishes two new regulators, the Financial Sector Conduct Authority and the Prudential Authority, with jurisdiction over all financial institutions. Desiree Reddy, from Norton Rose Fulbright, discusses.

  • News 5:29

    Experts warn investors against making hasty decisions during economic downturn

    Investing during tough economic times can see many investors react out of fear, affecting investment returns negatively. Christo Lineveldt, investment specialist at Coronation Fund Managers, advises how to make the most of your investment during recession

  • News 1:35

    Need to Know: Why are companies taxed at a standard rate of 28% while individual

    Alex Gwala, Tax Director at Deloitte, answers.

  • News 6:24

    There's R41.7 billion worth of unclaimed pension money

    The Financial Services Board says unclaimed benefits held by pension and provident funds rose by almost 8-billion rand in 2016 to R41.7 billion. To speak more on this is pension-law attorney at Fasken Martineau, Rosemary Hunter.

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