Due to the exceptional delivery recorded for South African listed property over the past 10 years, Harold Strydom from Citadel Wealth Management examines where it’s headed in the future.
Simon Brown has compiled relevant data from different banks to compile this graph. He looks at how each bank has been performing lately.
Negative emotions generally has a great impact on a person’s work performance. People won’t excel in their work environment if they’re not having fun while doing so. We look at a few questions employees can ask themselves that are crucial to their level of engagement.
Dave Duarte, a South African has been announced as a Young Global Leader by the World Economic Forum. He joins 215 leaders from around the world that will make up the class of 2014. We take a closer look.
Gillian Lowndes from Lowndes Dlamini Attorneys discusses the “rehabilitative maintenance” concept during a divorce. A certain set of criteria has to be followed in order for payment of maintenance to occur. We take a look.
Grant Alexander from Private Client Holdings is calling for patience regarding results achieved in the Private Client Holdings portfolios. He talks about the the unlikeliness of past performances repeating and that patience is key when waiting for an upturn.
The Art of War is a Chinese military manual written by Sun Tzu. It continues to be a famous book over centuries because the rules of battle still apply to many modern situations. Moxima Gama explains how these famous rules actually apply to the workplace as it is a battlefield of its own.
According to Peter Garnry from Saxo Bank there are three stocks that you should be looking out for this earnings season. In this video he will explain what is expected for these three companies in 2014.
“You can’t teach ethics by text books. Nobody reads it and nobody gets it,” says Andrew Canter in this video. “You have to go through the emotional angst of an ethical dilemma, either in real life or in a practise session – a case study method.”