Financial News

  • Have a money problem that needs solving? Fin24 can help! This month our focus is on debt. Send your question to editor@fin24.com or find the Money Clinic box on the right of our homepage. Read more...
  • Motorists should keep in mind that significant losses can be made by trading in a car at the wrong time, cautions a Wesbank expert. Read more...
  • The founder and CEO of ethical gold trading platform for mobile phones, Goldex, tells Fin24 how it came about and what gap she sees it filling in the market. Read more...
  • While global economic growth was sound in 2018, markets bucked the trend in anticipation of weaker times ahead, explains an economist. Read more...
  • The University of Cape Town is top in the continent in The Times Higher Education Emerging Economies University Rankings for 2019. Read more...
  • Have a money problem that needs solving? Fin24 can help! This month our focus is on debt. Send your question to editor@fin24.com or find the Money Clinic box on the right of our homepage. Read more...
  • Mining companies looking into the area have been accused of bypassing processes and holding secret meetings with the minister to allow mining to take place. Read more...
  • Tiffany & Co. is telling consumers where its diamonds come from as the jeweler tries to become more transparent in a notoriously opaque industry. Read more...
  • If your child starts grade R this year, you can expect to pay between R1.4m and R3.4m for their education, according to an expert at Old Mutual Personal Finance. Read more...
  • SA consumers are generally not good at saving or budgeting, but there are positive steps you can take right away to help make ends meet, says Rudi Botha, the CEO of BetterBond. Read more...
  • There are different risks associated with valuable art collections and it is important to make sure that you have the correct insurance cover, says an expert. Read more...
  • To avoid the pitfalls of debt and credit shortfalls a financial expert suggests playing 'budget bingo'. Read more...
  • Approximately three-quarters of people with dementia have not been diagnosed. This means poor financial decisions could be made by people who are already impaired by dementia, cautions a retirement expert. Read more...
  • The high spending season of December has come and gone, leaving many South African consumers in debt or struggling to make household finances last until the first paychecks of 2019 at the end of January. Read more...
  • Women need to consider that if they are the breadwinner, they also need to take on responsibility to plan for the financial security of their families, say experts. Read more...
  • SA has had a volatile year, facing multiple fuel price increases, a VAT hike and repeated adjustments to the country's growth forecasts. But for cash-strapped consumers, the new year brings an opportunity to reflect on spending habits and get financially fit. Read more...
  • The markets may be tanking, but that hasn’t stopped plenty of mega-fortunes from being unearthed in 2018. Read more...
  • Consumers who overspent over the festive period are in for a reality check in 2019, as making ends meet will become more difficult, says a debt counselling expert. Read more...
  • Understanding your generation's investment style can help you identify the best investment approach, says an expert at Sanlam Investments. Read more...
  • In between the wedding planning, it's crucial to consider what type of marital regime you're entering into before you start your life together. Read more...

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