How people create wealth: The real thing

By: Citadel Understanding each of your options in your journey of wealth creation will set you up well for achieving your goals. Getting the mix right creates the “the real thing”, the ideal wealth creation formula. Here is our view on various choices, based on our extensive observations and experience in wealth management: Your business … Read moreHow people create wealth: The real thing

South Africa’s new finance minister, Tito Mboweni: A reflection of what makes him tick

Too much time has been lost and in the process, ‘the rats and mice have been feeding’ on the movement’s glorious history and achievements By: Ujuh Reporter A lot is being offered in the way of understanding South Africa’s new finance minister, Tito Mboweni, as he takes over management of an economy that’s teetering on … Read moreSouth Africa’s new finance minister, Tito Mboweni: A reflection of what makes him tick

Absa Champagne Festival: Champagne for the rookie and the discerning connoisseur

SATopShops Some champagne festivals are more equal than others. That’s the message coming out of the 16 years old Absa Champagne Festival set to take place in Johannesburg, at the Inanda Club from October 31 to November 2. The Absa Champagne Festival showcases only French wine – and not South Africa’s Méthode Cap Classique sparkling wines- … Read moreAbsa Champagne Festival: Champagne for the rookie and the discerning connoisseur

Joburg gets R2bn development boost: ABSA Towers Main and Jewel City to be redeveloped and linked to Maboneng

By: Ujuh Reporter A new center shall rise on the eastern edges of the Johannesburg Central Business District (CBD) on the back of a R2 billion property investment into mixed use developments linking the the Absa Towers, Jewel City and Maboneng precincts. Anchored by multitudes of affordable housing units, the project promises to change the … Read moreJoburg gets R2bn development boost: ABSA Towers Main and Jewel City to be redeveloped and linked to Maboneng

Prof Mamokgethi Phakeng at UCT: The first 100 days

Ujuh Reporter The University of Cape Town (UCT) Vice-Chancellor, Professor Mamokgethi Phakeng, has completed her first 100 days in  office. In a statement released today she details some the key developments during this period. These developments are: National Women’s Month offered an opportunity for reflection on how women can influence and lead, and UCT marked the … Read moreProf Mamokgethi Phakeng at UCT: The first 100 days

Sensitive client data may have been exposed in cyber attack on Hetzner

Ujuh Reporter Sensitive client data in the hands of global web services firm, Hetzner, may have been compromised in the latest attack discovered last week. This data includes names and email addresses of Hetzner client, phone numbers, address details, debit order bank account details,  identity numbers and VAT numbers. This was revealed in an email … Read moreSensitive client data may have been exposed in cyber attack on Hetzner

MTN Introduces New Contracts Bundles Offering Free WhatsApp, DStv Now, Twitter

By: Tech Financials MTN South Africa has introduced Entertainment Pass bundles which offers customers, on select price plans, access to Facebook, WhatsApp, Twitter, YouTube, Deezer, Simfy Africa, and DStv Now. The promotion is available to customers on MTNChoice Flexi, My MTNChoice Data, MTN Made For Me, MTN Made For Home, My MTN Sky Lite and MTN Made … Read moreMTN Introduces New Contracts Bundles Offering Free WhatsApp, DStv Now, Twitter

Mr D Food: Use your smart phone to order, pay and have food delivered

By: SATopShops Mr D Food is taking the South African fast food market by storm with an application that allows users to order, pay and have food delivered through a few smart phone clicks. The operation piles up competition in the market of apps targeted at lifestyle convenience like Uber Eats. At last check Mr … Read moreMr D Food: Use your smart phone to order, pay and have food delivered

SARS to impose hefty penalties for companies that fail to submit income tax returns

By: ProBonoMatters As from December 2018, companies that fail to submit their income tax returns will be slapped with hefty penalties, ranging from R250 to R16 000 per month. That’s a warning issued by the South African Revenue Service (SARS) in an email message sent to tax payers. It suggests that SARS is tightening the … Read moreSARS to impose hefty penalties for companies that fail to submit income tax returns

eHomeAffairs allows you to apply for an ID or Passport via the internet: Here’s how it works

By: ProBonoMatters South African citizens can now avoid long queues associated with applying for identity and travel documents at the Home Affairs stations by applying for these documents via the internet. This is courtesy of a new online system called eHomeAffairs. The system allows for South African citizens to apply for their Smart ID Cards … Read moreeHomeAffairs allows you to apply for an ID or Passport via the internet: Here’s how it works