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Worried about unemployment? South Africa needs (a lot of) artisans – you can make a good living from the blue-collar trades.

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Rand recovers to best level in 4 months after ConCourt’s Nkandla ruling.

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Black Business Council expresses its delight with Thursday’s Constitutional Court ruling on the Public Protector.

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How to spot a crooked financial advisor.

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Batman vs Superman rakes in R6.5 billion in 5 days (4th highest of all time).

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Why South Africa needs another stock exchange.

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Giraffe mobile app is making waves in the job recruitment market.

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