Excess things in your surroundings can have a negative impact on your ability to focus and process information, especially at your desk. Moxima Gama gives a few tips on how to keep your area of work clean and tidy.
Try your hand at our quiz to win! This week, we have a copy of the book ‘Inspired – Remarkable South African and their stories’ to give away. This book is a compilation of insights from over a dozen inspirational South Africans from all sectors, including Thuli Madonsela, Herman Mashaba, Terence Nombembe and Francois Pienaar, to name just a few.
Moody’s predicts downside risk for sub-Saharan Africa due to the region’s strong trade ties with China. South Africa’s resource exports and reliance on foreign direct investment contributions means the country will be strongly affected by a slowdown in the Chinese economy.
Not all entrepreneurs are natural marketers. Here Donna Rachelson on Branding & Marketing You shares three easy tips to get you started.
To ensure a local growth rate above the projected global average of 3.5%, Adrian Saville proposes proper integration with the rest of the continent and speedy roll-out of the infrastructure expenditure programme.
Further stimulus from the European Central Bank and the Bank of Japan (BOJ) will eventually filter into the South African securities markets.
“The call for small business in South Africa should be ‘automate and build the future’, rather than ‘stay as you are and avoid the future.’ There is no reason why building a business and building employment shouldn’t be simultaneously achieved,” writes Standard Bank’s Ravi Govender.
Investing your wealth in offshore property is a good way to protect your wealth and sustain portfolio growth, says Monarch & Co CEO James Bowling.
Chinese president Xi Jinping’s tightrope walk between public reform and political clout will have serious implications for the growth of the Chinese economy. Ashburton’s Craig Farley unpacks what this will mean for China and foreign investors.
With the announcement of the 3rd Quarter GDP figures imminent, active managers are taking another look at how they are managing their portfolios. Here David Crosoer of PPS Investments shares his market outlook.
Following a narrow escape from a technical recession in the second quarter, South Africa will keep a keen eye on the third quarter GDP data to be released later this week.
Not all entrepreneurs are natural bean counters, but a basic understanding of accounting could be the difference between poor decisions made out of desperation and good decisions based on facts.