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05Jun2019

TRAVEL INSURANCE DOs AND DON’Ts THAT WILL MAKE FOR SMOOTH SAILING

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Every time you’ve travelled, things have gone off without a hitch. You were fortunate to avoid the gastrointestinal effects of eating spicy street food in Kolkata, emerged unscathed from kayaking the coastal waters of the Galápagos Islands, and sidestepped being pickpocketed on home soil. But, in hindsight, things could easily have gone wrong.   The
05Jun2019

FIVE LESSONS LEARNED IN TODAY’S BUSINESS CLIMATE

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With GDP growth prospects forecast at a meagre 1.3% for 2019, and 1.7% in 2020, business confidence in mid-2019 remains at an all-time low. Exacerbated by policy uncertainty, debilitating bouts of power cuts, challenges in industries such as mining, and political events like national elections, getting out of the slump continues to be a pipe
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

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