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GIMME: Three apps that might help with those New Year's resolutions

We are well into January — so how are those resolutions looking? If you’ve already let them slide a little, here are three apps that might help you get back on ...

TRENDING: Winning women count more than words

Oprah Winfrey’s Golden Globe performance sent a powerful message — but then reality kicked in

OBITUARY: Editor who laid the foundation

George Palmer, who edited the Financial Mail for 16 years, set in place the principles that would shape business journalism in SA

A good week for Kagiso Rabada and a bad week for H&M’s CEO

The 22-year-old bowler tops the world rankings and leads SA’s pack

Will SA authorities ever repeal Net neutrality rules the way the US has done?

The US government’s decision to repeal "Net neutrality" rules sparked a consumer backlash around the globe

OBITUARY: A leader and mentor who changed the face of financial reporting in SA

Palmer enjoyed huge respect from his staff and the business community. Thus did the FM’s authority develop

HOT PROPERTY: A mansion set against the mountain

R100m buys you this Bishopscourt property with eight bedrooms, separate apartments and indoor entertainment areas

FCB keeps mammoth Toyota account

The R245m account is among the most desirable on any agency client roster

PROFILE: Quinton Zunga plans to disrupt SA’s private health-care sector

An investment banker has created a black-owned private health-care player that aims to put pressure on other private companies by providing more affordable care

From October 2016: Jonathan Jansen on why free university education won't work

Jonathan Jansen, former vice-chancellor of the University of the Free State, dissects the ’no-fees’ rhetoric and outlines ways to resolve the crisis facing SA ...

From July 2017: Vodacom’s secret Bok deal

MTN has muscled in on its rival’s game, but suggestions of a sweetener may soften the blow for Vodacom

From September 2017: The PIC has a problem with full disclosure. This is why ...

Will the PIC’s annual report, soon to be released, give full details of its investments? And would any support for SAA meet the requirements for such ...

From February 2017: The full Dentons report Eskom doesn't want you to see

Financial Mail is publishing the unsanitised version of one of the earliest versions of the Dentons report, as it is fundamental for SA to judge the evidence ...

Why divorce is on the rise in SA

And fewer South Africans are getting married