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

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Morné Wilken, CEO of Mall of Africa developer Attacq, discusses the wildly successful opening, traffic chaos and reports of multiple car thefts.

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How to prevent firms (think Vodacom “please call me”) from stealing your idea.

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3 shares that’ll grow your wealth if you buy them now (according to Purple Group Portfolio Manager Mpho Maile).

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New app StokFella taps into R49 billion per year stokvel market.

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Why everyone (and their aunties) are going gaga over Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway AGM.

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Why it’s especially important to see a financial advisor five years prior to retirement (and five years thereafter).

7.

New book (“The Disruptors” by Gus Silber and Kerryn Krige) tells inspiring tales of social entrepreneurs - a new breed of businessperson who is doing well by doing good.

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