The Internet of Things has fast-forwarded humankind’s daily lives into what a decade ago could only be seen in sci-fi movies. Our lives are integrated with technology in a way that was previously unimaginable – from fitness trackers and smart electricity meters to robots caring for the elderly in Japan.
When it comes to failure our egos are our own worst enemies, writes Moxima Gama. Successful people fail too, but they do not accept it as a verdict. They see it as an opportunity.
Hedge funds in South Africa are now classified as collective investment schemes. The change paves the way for South Africa to attract large retail interest.
Entrepreneurs should be aware of their business’ worth. Kobus Engelbrecht advises entrepreneurs on how to evaluate their business’ value.
Mechanisms that create a culture of good spending habits in students need to be put in place. Students must learn a new relationship with money, says Charlotte Smit of Eduloan.
Finding one’s way through the real estate market can be daunting due to the uncertainties of the current market.
Annelize van Rensburg of Talent Africa explains how irresponsible behaviour at work could end your career.
For a business rescue plan to work, there should be a degree of financial support to assist with the recovery.
Standard Bank may have made some mistakes in its growth strategy in times past, but it has learnt its lesson and switched to a focused strategy, writes Portfolio Manager at Momentum Asset Management Louis Chetty.
Runners should ensure they have adequate insurance cover before they tie their shoelaces to tackle the Comrades Marathon, says Gari Dombo of Alexander Forbes Insurance.
It is better to wait for better investment opportunities given the current interest rate.
When it comes to debt management there are a few golden tips you should know. Finweek contributor Kristia van Heerden speaks to top certified financial planners who provide a debt cheat sheet.