COVER STORY: The end of the road for value investing?

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Warren Buffett got incredibly rich through value investing, but South African value investors have been struggling to beat the market since 2008. Is this the end of the road for value investing? Find out in the 29 January 2015 edition of Finweek.

WEF: Does Davos matter to Africa?

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When world leaders and the very wealthy get together to find solutions to the globe’s most pressing problems, how much time do they spend thinking about Africa?

OPINION: Why do we bother to listen to central banks?

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Major central banks claim to be independent, but they are all ultimately under the control of politicians, writes Saxo chief economist Steen Jakobsen.

COVER STORY: Can oil stay low for long?

Cover 22 January 2015

RMB believes that Brent crude will go as low as $36 a barrel, but will the oil price shoot up as fast as it came down? Finweek speaks to the experts in the 22 January 2015 edition of the magazine.

COVER STORY: 2015 movers and shakers

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We profile 24 people in business and politics to watch in 2015 in the 15 January 2015 edition of Finweek. Find out what it’s all about here.

INSIGHT: Growing need for private, independent schooling

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Poor matric results has the country up in arms, but Business Partners Limited’s Gerrie van Biljon believes the private sector could do more to boost education.

INVESTMENT: The long-term effects of low oil prices

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What is the cure for low oil prices and what will low prices mean for long-term investors? Colin Morton, vice president and portfolio manager, Franklin UK Equity Team, shares his thoughts.

COVER STORY: The year that was

The 18 December 2014 edition of Finweek available for download now and on shelves from 11 December 2014.

2014 was a political and economic roller coaster. In this week’s cover story, journalist Liesl Peyper gives a round-up of all 2014’s top stories.

OPINION: SA in desperate need of education reform

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South Africa needs to improve its quality of education in order to gain international competitiveness and create more jobs, argues Mustak Ally.

COVER STORY: Where is SA going?

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In this edition of Finweek, journalist Patrick Cairns takes a critical look at the state of the South African economic and business landscapes. Read an excerpt from our cover story here.