Forget South Africa, Nigeria is growing at such a fast rate, in fact, economists expect Nigeria to overtake SA and become Africa's biggest economy. Don't wait for that to happen before you invest in Nigeria. Here's a home-grown smart investment you can make today…
“Economists expect Nigeria, already the continent's most populous nation and largest oil producer, to overtake South Africa ... ››› more
With the top emerging markets of Brazil, Russia, India and China in South Africa for the BRICS Summit this week, you're likely to see the ‘BRICS' acronym all over the place. But many investment experts have been heard saying the “BRICS aren't what they were”. If you're wondering where to turn your investment focus, have you considered investing in the MIST and MINTS?
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South Africa's urbanisation has reached unprecedented levels. With more people living near the city, there's a greater need for essential items like clothes, housing and food. And with our food producers showing a year-on-year increase in total income generated, food is proving to be a great investment opportunity. Here's where you should be investing to take advantage of the trend.
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Consumers are reeling from the announcement that petrol will go up 81c per litre this week. Now, there's further cause for alarm. The petrol price hikes are expected to add further strain to your wallet by resulting in food inflation. But there's a smart way you can profit from food inflation…
The higher fuel levies, taken with the announcement of Eskom's electricity price increase, as we... ››› more
Food inflation is likely to rise again as talk of adding a fee to chicken paste imports, which are used to create many cheaper foods, is being bandied around. While this will add further strain to your pocket when you buy groceries, you can make a smart investment move today to ensure a profit from the coming rise in food inflation… The Democratic Alliance says a potential hike on chicken paste ... ››› more
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