Window of opportunity: enter Portugal’s Golden Visa programme via accessible property investment

SPONSORED | Lisbon, Porto and the Algarve are set to be excluded from the programme by the end of 2020

Covid-19 pandemic: A sucker punch to pensions

As much as the Covid-19 disaster is a human tragedy, it’s an economic one too

Top SA fund managers take a Covid-19 beating

The latest unit trust performance stats appear to vindicate SA’s notoriously risk-averse retail investors

BACKSTORY: Wandile Sihlobo

We question Wandile Sihlobo, agricultural economist and author of Finding Common Ground

Feeling unsecured: Capitec’s wild ride

Capitec’s share meltdown has shaken even those hardened to the market’s collapse. The panic may be overdone

Comair readies for job cuts

The plucky airline, which until this year had been profitable since inception, will not escape the looming cash crunch

Life after Moyo for Old Mutual

Operationally the insurance giant is holding up, despite its protracted management scandal

Dark fibre: Remgro’s dark horse

The company’s investment in tech hub CIVH is starting to look like a real winner — as is its plump pile of cash

AB Inbev: World loses taste for beer

Recent stock market armageddon is a cautionary tale for companies, like AB Inbev, that were forged with heavy debts

MIKE SCHÜSSLER: Open the money taps

Economist Mike Schüssler says one way of stabilising the currency would be to introduce a swap line between the US Federal Reserve and SA’s Reserve Bank

BACKSTORY: Tinsel Gallery co-founder Geraldine Fenn

We question jeweller and co-founder of Tinsel Gallery Geraldine Fenn

Absa’s Mminele is doing it his way

Huge ructions in global markets likely to force a rethink of how Absa manages the future under its new CEO

Hendrik du Toit: keeping the investment fear at bay

We asked Hendrik du Toit, CEO of Ninety One, the former Investec Asset management, how the business viewed the market carnage on day one as an independent group

No place to hide for Growthpoint Properties

The coronavirus and a slump in tourism mean that despite having diversified the firm has to batten down the hatches

Comair cuts back

Comair has axed operations boss Glen Orsmond, who rejoined it only last year, in a major management overhaul

Markets: Picking through the rubble

For every seller there’s a buyer, right? Well, they’ve been scarce. But here are a few options for once the panic fades