Reprieve for inexpensive health insurance products

Regulator allows packages for lower-income members to continue operating for two more years

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China may be investors best bet in 2022, says Ninety One

Investment manager says prospects for crackdowns that hit stocks in 2021 are unlikely

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Quilter’s net inflows more than treble in 2021

It says it recorded consistent client inflows of about £1bn (R20.4bn) per quarter in 2021, with that momentum expected to persist

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Fed signals rate rise in March as inflation soars

Central bank doesn't  rule out moving at every meeting to tackle the highest inflation in a generation

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School curriculum may be trimmed to help pupils make up for lockdown losses

Proposed recovery programme to focus on vocational and occupational education

7 hours ago
Sasol’s chemicals business soars despite lower sales volumes

The group says its performance for the first half of the 2022 financial year was underpinned by a favourable macroeconomic environment

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DA takes action in bid to end rotational schooling

The practice disadvantages pupils from poor backgrounds, John Steenhuisen says in court papers

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MARKET WRAP: JSE powers ahead with Fed hike in March priced in

Local bourse rises the most in almost two weeks as investors bet the US central bank will stick to the script on interest rates

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Police won’t allow KZN to become a battlefield again, Cele says

Police minister and high-level security officials address residents in wake of several mass shootings in the province

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New Frontier Properties sells asset to repay debt

UK landlord raises R246m from the sale of a shopping centre in Middlesbrough

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JPMorgan backs ‘just transition’ to green energy in SA

US banking giant says the global decarbonisation drive is a big opportunity for emerging markets but acknowledges that the transition will take time

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Statelessness in spotlight as home affairs to review three acts

The Citizenship Act, the Refugee Act and the Immigration Act are under review to align them with international refugee law

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CAROL CROZIER: Employee share schemes and public BEE shares create wealth

Esops have also been used to rectify skewed economic ownership that arose during apartheid

11 hours ago
CCMA upholds Johannesburg woman’s dismissal for refusing to take Covid-19 jab

Woman cited her constitutional right to bodily integrity after doctors turned down her application for medical exemption

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SA driving licences are being printed again

The transport department has not disclosed how long it will take to address the backlog

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China may be investors best bet in 2022, says Ninety One

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