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TransUnion Africa's Lee Naik answers this question.
Medical real estate investment is not a short-term strategy recommended for investors. However, the medium and long-term outlook for medical property remains strong. Global Due Diligence Manager at Wealth Migrate, Willie Oelofse, discusses further.
The highly anticipated report into the feasibility of free tertiary education has finally been released. To discuss the recommendations, Moneyline is joined by the Chair of the Lesedi Education Endowment Fund, Khaya Sithole.
Lee Naik from TransUnion Africa answers this question.
Currently no legislation exists compelling a business to disclose data breaches to its information security. What legal recourse is available to those affected? Senior Associate at Cliffe Dekker Hofmeyr, Fatima Ameer-Mia joins Moneyline.
eMedia’s Head of Development, Jason Adriaan, fills us in on Fake Whatsapp on Google Play store as users warned against fake apps that install malware on your device.
According to the Financial Mail, one can expect to pay up to two hundred and fifty thousand rand for an MBA in South Africa. But, is an MBA still worth its value? CEO of Odgers Berndtson Southern Africa, Leon Ayo, discusses.
Wage negotiations are often fraught with labour unrest in the major economic sectors. Advocate Tertius Wessels, Legal Manager at Strata-G Labour Solutions, discusses whether workers are able to get better working conditions through strike action.
With the economy in doldrums, more and more people, are looking at saving in international currencies. To discuss this further is Daniel Buntman, Head of International, Retail and Business Banking at Absa.
The Economic Freedom Fighters called for a debate in Parliament on nationalizing South Africa's banks. The Banking Association says this call is alarming. Economist Siya Biniza discusses this issue further.