29Apr2019

Navigating your finances as a couple

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Financial differences can place a huge strain on any relationship. Fortunately, says Danie van Niekerk from Indwe BlueStar, if you approach your finances together and give them careful thought, such difficulties can be avoided. The key is to engage in frank and open discussions about them and calling in the help of an objective professional.
29Apr2019

What is an Exchange Traded Fund (ETF)?

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ETF is short for exchange-traded fund and is a collection of stocks or other assets. When you buy an ETF, you’re buying all of the stocks that are in the ETF without having to buy each one separately. Just like stocks, ETFs are traded on an exchange and because of that they can be bought
15Apr2019

Getting the bang out of your bucks is a risky business, even if you’re insured

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Game farming is a multibillion-rand industry that has grown from strength to strength. According to a recent survey commissioned by the Endangered Wildlife Trust, game farming in South Africa has proliferated to such an extent, that game farms now comprise an area of 17 million hectares – a total area twice the size of all
11Apr2019

LOAD SHEDDING AND INSURANCE: 10 RISKS INDIVIDUALS AND BUSINESS OWNERS SHOULD BE AWARE OF

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With a bleak power generation outlook, and increased demand during the upcoming colder months, it seems that load shedding is here to stay.   South Africans are certainly not out of the woods from potential damages caused by Eskom’s rolling blackouts. Claims are generally made for scenarios like food deterioration and spoiling of refrigerated stock,
15Mar2019

Indwe Broker Holdings acquires specialist broking and risk management advisory business

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Indwe Broker Holdings, the holding company for Indwe Risk Services, has announced the acquisition of corporate broking and risk management advisory business, Lyme Street Risk. Peter Olyott, CEO of Indwe, confirms that both parties wanted to ensure that the merging of the business would result in value to all stakeholders.   “The Lyme Street skill

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