The bullion might be in consolidation for a week or two before resuming the upward march towards $2,000, analyst says
Monday, August 15 2022
Sars and corruption busters need more tools to investigate, says Edward Kieswetter
The ruling party gathering hit by litigation and a breach of security allegedly leading to the cloning of delegates’ tags
Chair Paul Jenkins says Mpact CEO Bruce Strong implied that his company is acting improperly
Consumer finances crumble under the pressure of rising prices and interest rates, Unisa vulnerability report shows
Group homes in on home deliveries trend and hopes to supply electricity to Eskom
Anniversary of country's World War 2 surrender marked by cabinet members in move set to anger China and South Korea
Reece James seemed to have sealed the points for the hosts with a 77th-minute goal, but the striker scored in stoppage time
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Andile Ntingi comes out firing for prescribed assets, but his claim that such a regime will save rural SA must be questioned, along with the belief that the government should be entitled to the after-tax assets diligently saved by South Africans for their retirement (“Prescribed assets may save rural areas from disappearing down potholes", January 28).
Another claim that must be challenged is his notion that prescribed assets benefited white but not black South Africans in the past. When it was applied, the policy meant the pensions of ordinary people (black and white) were invested in underperforming assets. The returns (if any) were far lower than those from investments in equities, making people poorer at retirement (or meaning they had to work longer to ensure they could retire)...
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