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7 most-read 'The Money Show' articles of the past week

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Most read, most talked about business articles of the past week:

1.

Jacob Zuma, step down! So says former ANC Deputy Secretary General Cheryl Carolus in this explosive interview.

2.

"Panama Papers" reveal worldwide web of corruption by leaders and celebrities. Khulubuse Zuma, Lionel Messi, Jackie Chan… these are just some of the names mentioned that you’ll probably recognise.

3.

Legal precedent favours banks and others that "fired" Guptas as clients.

4.

Citadel’s Dr. Adrian Saville says the rand is more likely to strengthen than fall.

5.

Water from Air produces a machine that turns air into – you guessed it – water. The device – a first for Africa – is made by South Africans in South Africa.

6.

MTN is South Africa's most complained about company, according to the Consumer Goods and Services Ombudsman.

7.

How Tom Winterboer saved African Bank.

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