Anathi Madubela

Buying a house: A step-by-step guide

It’s a buyers’ market, and with interest rates low, you may now be able to afford your ideal house

Apartments stand vacant as people opt to buy

Low interest rates are seeing tenants become homeowners and putting landlords under pressure

Sasria to get R3.9bn from Treasury to cover July unrest insurance claims

Claims totalling more than R5.8-billion had already been paid out to businesses

The brain drain can be South Africa’s gain

The departure of South Africa’s highly skilled individuals shows the value placed on South African skills and makes room for transformation

Covid-19 accelerates Capitec’s move to digital banking

The bank has been on a journey of digitalisation, moving from cash to card payments

Godongwana: South Africa needs to reform power industry

The finance minister says the government must build a conducive environment for investment into South Africa

Car owners still struggle to pay off their vehicle loans

South African households are under financial stress due to Covid-19, with many struggling to make vehicle loan repayments 18 months into the pandemic

Shoprite among firms that failed in Africa, Europe, Australia

Corporate South Africa is feeling the Covid-19 pinch. But is there space for growth domestically?

SAA takes to the skies again after 18 months grounded

After an 18-month hiatus, the national carrier has done away with major routes that would have required it to use much larger fleets

Almost 2 000 South Africans step up to report corruption

The most-reported crimes range from extortion and abuse of authority to Covid-19 related graft, according to a new report by Corruption Watch

Nersa approves Karpowership generation licences

The Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse has questioned why Nersa has not immediately provided its reasons for issuing the controversial generation licences

Sanlam sells UK businesses worth R5bn

The insurer ditches R5.1-billion to focus on Africa and other emerging markets

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