South Africans now have the chance of owning a book publishing company
Money 21 February 2018

The company, called Storied, is still in its infancy and is looking to raise 3-million-rand start-up capital, through an equity crowd-funding campaign that will allow the public to buy its shares. Mpho Nakana has more.

Mining Charter up for review
Money 20 February 2018

The Mining Charter is back in the spotlight after the postponement of the court case between the Chamber of Mines and the Department of Mineral Resources. To unpack this is Mining and Labour analyst at Creative Voodoo Consulting, Mamokgethi Molopyane.

Expert suggests business rescue for troubled SOEs
Money 20 February 2018

Majority of South Africa’s State Owned Enterprises continue operating under severe financial pressure. One expert suggests business rescue. To unpack this is head of business rescue and insolvency at Werksmans Attorneys, Dr Eric Levenstein.

Taxi operators worry about fuel levy hike
Money 20 February 2018

Johannesburg, 20 February 2018 - Taxi operators are appealing to the finance minister to be considerate when adjusting the fuel levy. The taxi industry is worried a hefty fuel levy hike will negatively affect its customers and business.

Gigaba to deliver Budget speech
Money 20 February 2018

Johannesburg, 20 February 2018 - Analysts expect Finance minister Malusi Gigaba to increase the General Fuel and Road Accident Fund levies. Together they make up 33 % of the fuel price. There are concerns this could lead to more expensive consumer goods.

Moneymatters : #Salary101
Money 19 February 2018

If you starting a new job, You need to understand the implication of your new package

Crypto-currency market unpacked
Money 15 February 2018

Since hitting an all-time high of almost 20-thousand US dollars per bitcoin in 2017, the crypto-currency has almost halved in value over the past month. Richard de Sousa from Alt-coin Trader unpacks the emergence of the broader crypto-currency market.

Markets soar after Zuma's resignation
Money 15 February 2018

eNCA's business anchor Devan Murugan says the markets are steaming ahead following the resignation of former president Jacob Zuma. Watch the video for more of his analysis on the markets and how it affects the consumer on the street.

Zuma's resignation does wonders for the rand
Money 15 February 2018

Economist Francois Stofberg chats to eNCA's Dan Moyane on the strengthening rand and the possible growth of the South African economy under the new leadership of Cyril Ramaphosa.

​​WATCH: No need to panic, says property group Resilient
Money 13 February 2018

JOHANNESBURG The management and owners of Resilient property group have been accused of market abuse and market manipulation. South African-based research and investment firm 36-One Asset Management issued a report making the claims. Resilient denied it.