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Bump and grind for 2016

PROSPECTS for business in the Western Cape for 2016 look daunting. Political ructions have sent the Rand spiralling down against major currencies, the country’s fiscal policies look anything but disciplined and...

Power to the people

The Western Cape energy sector is switched on to new initiatives that might provide a welcome jolt to the country’s increasing power needs. PSG Private Equity’s push into power saving...

Cape deal storm

There has been a flurry of corporate activity amongst Western Cape-based companies in the last few weeks with deals worth billions of rand being banked across a wide variety of sectors. ...

PSG Konsult’s first set of full-year results

Independent financial services provider PSG Konsult has reported its first set of full-year financial results. This follows its successful listing on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) and the Namibian Stock Exchange...

The Cape’s financial landscape

Cape Town is often viewed as the hub of money management – an image obviously enhanced by the fact that two of the country’s most iconic savings institutions, Sanlam and Old...


Petrol price for October: Decrease expected, but don’t get your hopes...

Even when we get good news regarding our fuel costs, there’s an element of dread hiding underneath the surface. The Central Energy Fund (CEF)...

A WIN/WIN scenario


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