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Top-heavy trouble for investors

Sure, you can ‘buy the market’ with your ETF — but be careful that you’re not getting exposure to only a small group of shares

SIMON BROWN: Working out your real returns

It's a bit fiddly at first but here's a sure-fire way to measure your returns as a DIY investor

YOUR MONEY: Shopping around for medical aid

We look at how to best compare options, and why changing medical aids midyear isn’t allowed

BROKERS’ NOTES: Buy Absa, sell Thungela

Mark du Toit of OysterCatcher Investments on what the smart money is doing

BACKSTORY: Abel Sakhau, chief sustainability officer at Sanlam

This week the FM speaks to Sanlam’s chief sustainability officer, Abel Sakhau

Why Glencore is finally ditching coal

Gary Nagle, Ivan Glasenberg’s successor, has inked a deal that will finally hive off the company’s increasingly unpopular thermal coal business, as it ...

Hospital groups are fit and flourishing

Netcare and Life Healthcare are in much better shape now than in recent years, if latest results are anything to go by

Why Dipula is a stock to watch

The underrated South Africa-focused Reit has seemingly been overlooked due to its size but is outperforming its larger peers on a number of metrics

Small caps, big yields

There are more than a few hefty dividend payers on the JSE; you’ll just have to go fishing in small caps’ sometimes murky waters

SIMON BROWN: Till finances do us part

Money issues can wreck even the happiest relationships, especially marriages. So here are a few things to consider as you navigate the joint money minefield

YOUR MONEY: What to do with old, unused UK currency

You've discovered a wad of pound notes that are definitely out of date. Can you still use them?

BROKERS’ NOTES: Buy Tencent, sell thermal coal miners

Anchor Capital’s Seleho Tsatsi on what the smart money is doing

BACKSTORY: Charles Russon of Absa CIB

This week we profile Charles Russon, CEO of Absa Corporate & Investment Bank

Some blue-sky mining punts for the bold

Two new ventures — one in uranium, the other in rare earths — suggest there’s life in South Africa’s junior mining sector yet

Cartier at a click? Johann Rupert’s online gamble

Richemont’s chair is adamant that a costly push into online retail through its partner Farfetch is crucial for the luxury group’s future

TFG closes the credit taps

The retailer is taking a much more conservative approach as it waits for load-shedding to abate