Carrie’s Corner: All things Italian with George Dalla Cia

Carrie’s Corner: All things Italian with George Dalla Cia

George Dalla Cia of Dalla Cia Wines joins resident wine expert Carrie Adams to talk all things Italian, including their latest pinot grigio.George Dalla Cia of Dalla Cia Wines joins expert Carrie Adams to talk all things Italian. The family-owned winery has released a sparking pinot grigio, which th

  Jarryd Neves
Audi S6 TFSI quattro: The ultimate sleeper

Audi S6 TFSI quattro: The ultimate sleeper

The Audi S6 TFSI is an unassuming, elegant and subtle luxury car that can give a few Porsche's a run for their money, writes Jarryd Neves.Currently in its fifth generation, Audi’s S6 is what most people go to when they desire an unassuming (but potently fast) mid-sized executive sedan. First introdu

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SLR: #WhitesMustPay and what it means for future generations

SLR: #WhitesMustPay and what it means for future generations

Simon Lincoln Reader confronts racism and where it comes from. He analyses the thinking behind #WhitesMustPay and what it means for future generations.In this article, Simon Lincoln Reader unpacks what racism means in different nations around the world. What does it mean to be ‘anti- racist’ enough?

  Melani Nathan
Section 12J: The brighter side of the Sunset Clause 

Section 12J: The brighter side of the Sunset Clause 

In light of the announcement from Finance Minister Tito Mboweni, 12Cape says its investment model remains unchanged.This content is brought to you by 12CapeOn Wednesday, Minister Tito Mboweni announced that Section 12J of the Income Tax Act relating to the venture capital company (VCC) incentive wil

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How to transfer your retirement fund out of South Africa in 2021 and beyond

How to transfer your retirement fund out of South Africa in 2021 and beyond

*This content is brought to you by Sable InternationalFinancial emigration is being phased out from March 2021 and there’s some confusion about what this means for those who are emigrating from South Africa, or who’ve already left but who have never completed “formal emigration”/”financial emigratio

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How Luke’s lockdown lunches taught me the Language of Love

How Luke’s lockdown lunches taught me the Language of Love

Some food for thought on the way love speaks to us.By Cath JenkinI need to make a confession. In my early 20s, I was a self-help book fanatic.Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus? Dog-eared on my shelf.He’s Just Not That Into You? I’d done that quiz a thousand times before the movie disrupted eve

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Budget 2021: Alec Hogg’s insights from inside parliament

Budget 2021: Alec Hogg’s insights from inside parliament

Alec Hogg hosts a post-budget webinar, sharing his unique insights gained inside parliament lock-up with his audience.BizNews founder Alec Hogg was in Cape Town for Tito Mboweni’s budget speech. After scouring thousands of pages of documents in parliament’s lock-up prior to the speech, he has valuab

  Melani Nathan
Doubting SAs speak: Tito’s 2021 Budget is nothing more than a pipe dream

Doubting SAs speak: Tito’s 2021 Budget is nothing more than a pipe dream

Since Tito Mboweni delivered his 2021 Budget to Parliament, South Africans are highly sceptical about what the ANC can actually achieve.South Africans are still reeling after Finance Minister Tito Mboweni’s 2021 Budget speech delivered to Parliament. Despite the really poor news being peppered with

  Claire Badenhorst
Debt must be tackled through reform before it’s too late – DA

Debt must be tackled through reform before it’s too late – DA

South Africa's 2021 budget has revealed some frightening truths about the country's debt. The DA has an alternative, to solve the ANC's crisis.During Finance Minister Tito Mboweni’s budget speech, some sobering truths were revealed. South Africa’s sovereign debt situation is enough to make anyone’s

  Melani Nathan
Woolies eats up market share whilst DJ drags performance

Woolies eats up market share whilst DJ drags performance

The group's crown jewel, Woolworths Food, continues to flourish and eat up market share from competitors whilst DJ drags performance.The more things change, the more they stay the same. Woolies announced its half-year results to 31 December 2020, with many of the thrills and spills of previous resul

  Justin Rowe-Roberts
Carrie’s Corner: Mitigating the effects of Covid-19 in the wine industry

Carrie’s Corner: Mitigating the effects of Covid-19 in the wine industry

Wayne Buckley of Wildekrans Wine Estate joins Carrie Adams to discuss the government's discrimination against the alcohol and wine industry.Wayne Buckley, the national sales and marketing manager for Wildekrans Wine Estate, joins Carrie Adams to discuss the government’s discrimination against the al

  Jarryd Neves
BMW 730Ld: Fit for kings and captains of industry

BMW 730Ld: Fit for kings and captains of industry

Wondrous air suspension soaks up bumps and obliterates undulations. The 730Ld simply dismisses potholes as conspiracies, writes Jarryd Neves.Imposing, isn’t it?BMW’s grand saloon has an undeniable presence. From the oversized kidney grille that dominates the front end, to the sheer dimensions of the

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Magnus Heystek: What ever happened to Ramaphoria?

Magnus Heystek: What ever happened to Ramaphoria?

Magnus Heystek, one of SA's best financial advisors, gives his thoughts on the fundamentals underpinning SA as an investment destination.Magnus Heystek, one of South Africa’s best independent financial advisors, gives his thoughts on the fundamentals underpinning South Africa as an investment destin

  Justin Rowe-Roberts
Distell delivers as consumers beat Covid with the bottle

Distell delivers as consumers beat Covid with the bottle

Distell announced its half-year results, with revenues increasing just shy of 4% despite a 22% reduction in trading days for the group.Beverage company Distell announced its half-year results to 31 December 2020, with revenues increasing just shy of 4% despite a 22% reduction in trading days for the

  Justin Rowe-Roberts
The ‘few’ PIT taxpayers who keep SA going

The ‘few’ PIT taxpayers who keep SA going

'Only 12% of South Africans actually pay personal income tax. Two thirds of them pay less than a fifth of the total', writes Alec Hogg.The latest detail from Treasury shows that a mere 113 000 people – 0.2% of the population – pay the maximum marginal tax rate of 45% which kicks in at monthly income

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