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Sanlam raises R7.7bn in impairments

Solid operational results marred by unusual costs and impairments. → Read More

Prescribed assets not necessarily a train wreck

Scraping away emotional arguments reveals few changes in investment options, for now. → Read More

SA to hit fiscal cliff within months

Big showdown expected when Mboweni tables mid-term budget in October. → Read More

Lockdown devastated livelihoods: the numbers are out

Some industries were forced to shut down completely, leaving owners and employees hungry. → Read More

Don’t be too pessimistic about the future

Europe may have more to be optimistic about than SA right now, but as UBS’s Paul Donovan says, all people tend to underestimate their ability to adapt in times of crisis. → Read More

Hotel occupancies collapse to almost zero

Income down nearly 99% for hotels, guest houses and other rooms for hire. → Read More

Omnia’s remarkable turnaround

Results leave one with the impression that things can improve further. → Read More

Prosus growing steadily, says management

But operating losses continue to increase and operations are still burning cash. → Read More

Sasol’s amazing recovery

Why did we miss this opportunity? → Read More

Time to swap equities for bonds?

Bonds quietly outperform the JSE over five years. → Read More

Our uncertain future

Economists warn of uncharted waters as bonds collapse on downgrade and virus collapses economy. → Read More

Tough times not over for Old Mutual

Indicates that we are facing a 'perfect storm'. → Read More

Solid, but subdued results from Standard Bank

Bank weathers storms in 2019 and batten down hatches for 2020. → Read More

Banks caught amid EWC disaster

Who will keep paying mortgage bonds if or when government takes property? → Read More

Sasol shares plagued by bad news

Shareholders are clearly not expecting great things when the group announces its results. → Read More

Confirmation that municipalities are a huge burden on taxpayers

They should be run as sustainable businesses. → Read More

Rise of the machines

Machines, computers, robots and artificial intelligence have been 'stealing' jobs for decades. → Read More

The stories that gripped Moneyweb readers in 2019

The articles our audience read, commented on and shared the most – and what it says about the current state of affairs. → Read More

This is how Eskom throttles the economy

Reserve Bank analysis shows the effect of load shedding on economic growth, particularly on mining and manufacturing. → Read More

Surreal happenings around Lily and Barbrook sale

Efforts to sell and reopen the gold mines raise new questions. → Read More