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MultiChoice targets African growth with listing

The video entertainment group says it will focus on returning its loss-making operations outside of South Africa to profitability as it prepares for a February listing. MultiChoice will list on the JSE at the end of next month in a move that will position Africa’s biggest pay-TV operator for further growth across the continent.

A bumpy ride for the rand in 2019?

Few currencies matched the rand’s turbulence in 2017, with factors such as Trumpenomics, the firing of finance minister Pravin Gordhan and the appointment of Cyril Ramaphosa as ANC president, contributing to the R2.04 price swing during the year.

Emigrating – what happens to your retirement fund benefit?

Expected changes to the income tax laws in March 2019 will allow members who emigrate before they reach retirement date more flexibility to withdraw their retirement funds when they leave the country.

Is the equity party over?

The cracks may be starting to show in the ten-year equity bull market, but does this mean that the cycle is now over?

REPORT | Enhancing the credibility of non-financial information

Investors want more credible and relevant non-financial information from companies to make informed decisions.

Nedbank spends R2 billion in odd-lot buyback

Shareholders in SA, Zimbabwe and Malawi will be paid out this week, while UK shareholders will receive payment at the end of the month.

Invest in your child’s future with a TFSA this Xmas

As a parent you may be looking for special ways to treat yourself and your loved ones this festive season, but rather than spending your hard-earned money on soon-to-be forgotten toys or designer clothing, now is the perfect time to invest towards your child’s future with a Tax-Free Savings Account (TFSA).

BOOK REVIEW | Passing the Torch

The author tackles the millennia-old money curse and focuses her attention on this issue in her book because it manifested in her family. Her father grew up with wealth, yet by the time he passed he was financially dependent on his children.

Nedbank sets odd-lot price

Shareholders affected by the odd-lot offer will receive R276.48c per share, to be paid out in the next few weeks. Nedbank has set the price at which it will buy back shares from the hundreds of thousands of Old Mutual shareholders who received equity in the bank as part of the break up of Old Mutual Plc.

Ramaphosa’s PPP challenge for the private sector

Over the last few weeks, President Cyril Ramaphosa said repeatedly that the private sector is invited to enter into meaningful partnerships with government in establishing an Infrastructure Fund. Ramaphosa said infrastructure expansion and maintenance had the potential to create jobs on a large scale, attract investment and lay the foundation for sustainable economic expansion.
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