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

1. Latest Financial Mail has 2 covers to promote feature on Malema and EFF

“Julius Malema is a very astute politician that has been underestimated for years,” says Financial Mail Editor Rob Rose.

2. It’s official! The best chardonnay in the world is South African

Wendy Appelbaum’s De Morgenzon makes the best chardonnay in the world, according to the UK’s 2016 Decanter World Wine Awards.

3. Microsoft buys LinkedIn for R400 billion (and pays cash)

Microsoft seems to have rediscovered its mojo,” says Vestact MD Paul Theron.

4. Africa’s best restaurant (22nd in the world) is proudly South African

Cape Town’s Test Kitchen is the best restaurant in Africa. Here’s what that accolade means for the industry as a whole.

5. What it means to lose 15 years of your life, financially speaking

Time is either a very loyal friend or a brutal enemy, says Galileo Capital’s Theo Vorster.

6. Four billion people still don't have addresses. 3 words can change that

Getting lost may be a thing of the past, but 4 billion people still can't tell you where they live. The IEC should consider this.

7. Does the Brexit vote matter to South Africa?

Polls suggest Brexit is the more likely outcome. Bookies, however, suggest the opposite is true,” says Deon Gouws, Chief Investment Officer at Credo Group in London.

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4 billion people still don't have addresses. 3 words can change that

4 billion people still don't have addresses. 3 words can change that

Getting lost may be a thing of the past, but 4 billion people still can't tell you where they live. The IEC should consider this.

What it means to lose 15 years of your life, financially speaking

What it means to lose 15 years of your life, financially speaking

Time is either a very loyal friend or a brutal enemy, says Galileo Capital’s Theo Vorster.

It’s official! The best chardonnay in the world is South African

It’s official! The best chardonnay in the world is South African

Wendy Appelbaum’s De Morgenzon makes the best chardonnay in the world, according to the UK’s 2016 Decanter World Wine Awards.

Does the Brexit vote matter to South Africa?

Does the Brexit vote matter to South Africa?

The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviews Deon Gouws, Chief Investment Officer at Credo Group in London.

Africa’s best restaurant (22nd in the world) is proudly South African

Africa’s best restaurant (22nd in the world) is proudly South African

Cape Town’s Test Kitchen is the best restaurant in Africa. Here’s what that accolade means for the industry as a whole.

Financial Mail will have 2 covers on Friday to promote feature on Malema and EFF

Financial Mail will have 2 covers on Friday to promote feature on Malema and EFF

Bruce Whitfield interviews Financial Mail Editor Rob Rose about their exclusive feature on Julius Malema and the EFF.

Microsoft buys LinkedIn for R400 billion (and pays cash)

Microsoft buys LinkedIn for R400 billion (and pays cash)

The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviews Vestact MD Paul Theron about the transaction.

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