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Mining companies have announced billion-dollar write-downs, mine closures and thousands of job cuts – but the continuing decline in metal prices means the sector, the world’s worst performer since 2011, remains an “industry in reverse”. Finweek unpacks the reasons behind the “bloodbath” and factors that could result in a turnaround.
It is important for small businesses to make investments in “technology fundamentals”. James Smith of Vox Telecom advises on these important technologies to help your business grow.
Increased qualification fraud means that prospective employers often doubt the honesty of job seekers. Minor offenders find it more difficult to secure jobs. However, expungement of criminal records relating to certain criminal convictions may help them find jobs.
Structured products still offer offshore opportunities even with a weak rand. Chad Fichardt looks at how local investors can access potentially leveraged opportunities in the steady UK market, while enjoying a high potential of capital protection.
Investors who adopt a global investment mindset will be well served from both a diversification and valuation perspective. it opens doors to quality companies and helps investors improve the quality of their portfolios.
Companies reportedly gain 44% in order value by going online. And global B2B online retail is projected to reach nearly R85tr by 2020. Could your business also benefit from e-commerce?
The recent Curro/AdvTech debacle got Finweek contributor Simon Brown thinking about the role of boards and directors. And specifically: What happens when a board makes an important decision that its members may be in conflict with?
People carrier, status symbol, paraphernalia hauler, protection provider. The reasons for the spike in the popularity of the SUV are plentiful, writes Glenda Williams.
In this episode we look at the future of eCommerce platform WooCommerce, the outlook for Resilient Property and the economic implications of Iran’s nuclear deal. Finweek Money Matters is a weekly programme aired every Friday 13:00 CAT on CNBC Africa (DSTV Channel 410). The programme focusses on trends, investment analysis and economic debates.