Aarti Bhana, Moneyweb News

Aarti Bhana

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Johannesburg, GP, South Africa

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Past articles by Aarti:

Struggling Eskom is bullish on the future of electric vehicles in SA

Motor manufacturers agree that consumers 'need not worry' about load shedding risk. → Read More

SA’s Gen Z students spend R35bn per year – survey

But they are putting money away too. → Read More

More EVs for SA roads

But mass adoption hindered by need for development of infrastructure. → Read More

Superbalist, Spree merge to create SA’s biggest online fashion platform

Your online fashion portal just got a makeover. → Read More

Bring on the juice revolution

South Africa's Green Cell Technologies signs agreement with global juice company, Citrosuco. → Read More

May transaction data shows an economy in poor stead

Further contraction in the second quarter could put South Africa into another technical recession. → Read More

Listeria hysteria sends pork prices tumbling

The loss to the value chain of the pork industry could exceed R1 billion. → Read More

Global average income compared

Switzerland is ranked the highest among 41 countries for high take-home pay and low tax rates, according to CapRelo. → Read More

Lancewood cream cheese producer eyes JSE listing

It is hoped the listing will enable more international investment. → Read More

Price hikes for petrol, diesel in April

Petrol will go up by 72 cents per litre and diesel by 65 cents. → Read More

Caffeluxe admits to price fixing

The supplier will pay a R750 000 penalty. → Read More

Pick n Pay and Absa launch new stokvel solution

The move, which allows for stokvels to earn interest on savings, may prompt other retailers to follow suit. → Read More

Media24 fined for price fixing

Pays a R14 million administrative penalty, along with others. → Read More

AVI wants to be less sweet

While revenue and operating profit saw an uptick, the group must keep up with new trends. → Read More

What happens to listeria-linked waste?

The Department of Environmental Affairs has appointed companies to handle listeria-linked waste products. → Read More

Clover’s drive towards more than just milk

Clover's bid to increase its volumes in non-value added products is paying off. → Read More

Youth just wanna have funds

Once you start saving, acknowledge that you are on the right track. Once you are invested, stay invested. → Read More

If you’re lucky, your take-home pay picked up a notch

Average pension pay reached its highest level in 2018, while take-home pay is increasing at a slow pace. → Read More

Chickening out of the business

RCL Foods' diverse food portfolio has proven to be effective, but might drive investors away. → Read More

School uniform policy revisited

New suppliers need to enter the market to give parents more choice in price and quality. → Read More