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DA/EFF to probe ANC’s Tshwane tenders?… Wayde van Niekerk… Phuti Mahanyele…

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

1. ‘The EFF is going to help the DA elect DA mayors’ - Stephen Grootes

There will be investigations into tenders awarded by the ANC in Tshwane over the past 10 years,” said Grootes.

2. Will Wayde van Niekerk’s world-record-smashing Olympic run make him rich?

“I’m predicting a lot of brands are going to jump on the Wayde bandwagon,” said BMI Sport Info Director James Monteith.

3. What does Phuti Mahanyele (Forbes Businesswoman of 2014) hope for... and fear?

Bruce Whitfield interviews the powerful Mahanyele about her attitude to money.

4. Should you pay off debt, or invest?

Financial advisor Warren Ingram gives a straightforward answer to this frequently asked question.

5. Wade van Niekerk and his 74-year-old coach – why we are enchanted

Leadership specialist Mark Manley on the dynamics between a coach and an athlete (or business leader).

6. R19.5 million for a medal that crushed Hitler’s myth of Aryan supremacy

A medal Jesse Owens won at the 1936 Berlin Olympics holds the record for the highest price ever paid for Olympic memorabilia.

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Should you pay off debt, or invest?

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‘The EFF is going to help the DA elect DA mayors’ - Stephen Grootes

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R19.5 million for a medal that crushed Hitler’s myth of Aryan supremacy

R19.5 million for a medal that crushed Hitler’s myth of Aryan supremacy

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Wade van Niekerk and his 74-year-old coach – why we are enchanted

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Will Wayde van Niekerk’s world-record-smashing Olympic run make him rich?

Will Wayde van Niekerk’s world-record-smashing Olympic run make him rich?

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What does Phuti Mahanyele (Forbes Businesswoman of 2014) hope for... and fear?

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