More people buying gifts at second-hand stores
Money 29 November 2017

Buying gifts for loved ones doesn't have to be expensive. More people are starting to buy pre-loved and used items as gifts for family and friends. Chief Financial Officer at Cash Converters Peter Forshaw, speaks to Moneyline.

Tech and Stuff: SweepSouth and Wumdrop
Money 29 November 2017

Cleaning service app, SweepSouth, does #givebackfriday instead of Black Friday, while Makro acquires Wumdrop to bring you faster deliveries.

Money Matters: Medical Schemes
Money 27 November 2017

Money Matters takes a look at the contribution increases for medical schemes 2018.

Your tips for black friday
Money 24 November 2017

This week ends with Black Friday and the Moneyline team has asked for some tips on how you can deal with the crazy specials on offer. Dr Ray Russon from the National Black Consumer Council, advises.

Workplace discrimination still prevalent in SA
Money 24 November 2017

A report by The South African Human Rights Commission has found that South Africa remains one of the most unequal countries in the world and incidents of discrimination in the workplace are still high. Gushwell Brooks is from the SAHRC discusses.

Interest rates remain unchanged
Money 24 November 2017

The Reserve Bank has kept interest rates unchanged. The repo rate remains the same at 6.75%. Acting Head of Absa Consultant and Actuaries, Kwaku Koranteng, discusses the implications of this.

#EskomInquiry heats up
Money 23 November 2017

Parliament is hearing testimony related to state capture at power utility Eskom. To unpack this, is Ted Blom Partner at Mining and Energy Advisory.

Wills are crucial to financial planning
Money 23 November 2017

Financial Advisor at Nedbank, Elsie Bouwer, discusses the importance of estate planning and drafting of wills in financial planning..

SA is the destination of choice for the world, SA Tourism
Money 21 November 2017

South Africa attended this year's World Travel Market, battling it out for a share in the world tourism market.

Business leaders say economic pressures are delaying growth
Money 21 November 2017

Grant Thornton International Business Report reveals that the country’s top business leaders and JSE-listed companies surveyed said they've delayed business-expansion plans due to economic turmoil. Gillian Saunders from Grant Thornton SA, discusses.