In the 28 November issue of Finweek, we examine how you can ensure that your children grow up rich, even if you don’t have much in the bank. In this series, we share five tips to help you build a bright future for your little ones. Make sure to have your pen and paper ready and tune in everyday for some insightful pointers.
Soula Proxenos, managing partner at International Housing Solutions, says that investors should cast their nets wider in search of greater returns in industries that have proven themselves over a period of time. Institutional investors should look to the return opportunities provided by relatively non-traditional asset classes such as affordable housing funds.
What exactly would free Wikipedia access in South Africa mean? Recently, a few school children appealed to SA cellular providers to do precisely that. Simon Dingle explains a bit more.
We have a lot to be grateful for when it comes to the global porn industry. This sounds a bit strange, but think about it. Thanks to porn we have access to streaming video, online payment systems and live video chat. Colette Symanowitz takes a deeper look into the extent of this industry on the web.
The Merchantec CEO Confidence Index for the fourth quarter of 2013 was just released. It shows some significant growth in confidence since 2010, with the majority of CEOs experiencing positive outcomes on their businesses in spite of the negative economic impact of the past few years. We take a closer look.
Paolo Senatore, from Ashburton South Africa, talks about the US dollar’s dominance of the currency market, the effect this has had on, among others, the South African rand and how the sands are definitely shifting. We take a closer look.
South African retailers are leading the way in enabling mobile payments. Howard Moodycliffe, from wiGroup, explains how your phone can now be used as your wallet. He also talks about the obstacles that we face when implementing these mobile transactions.
A turbulent and uncertain decade lies ahead. The recession has been more than just an economic crisis – political, social, corporate and personal norms have been irrevocably altered. This is according to Graeme Codrington, who says those who act with yesterday’s logic, in a changing world, will be left behind.
When Sir Ken Robinson steps up on TED stage, one makes sure to watch. His landmark 2006 keynote on Why Schools Kill Creativity garnered over 16 million views on the TED site and almost 5 million on YouTube, making it the most successful TED talk since the conference started putting the videos online 7 years ago. Now […]