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Nowhere to hide How cyber-security needs to move from hopeful attempts at outright prevention, to real-time detection and neutralisation
The recent high-profile credit card fraud suffered by one of South Africa’s major banks, which netted hundreds of millions of rand, has once again thrust cyber-security into
08 Aug 2016
Greece stripped of 'developed' status Expert opinion: Mark Mobius
In June, major international equity index provider MSCI confirmed Greece’s sojourn among the ranks of “developed markets” would end later this year as it will become the first-ever country to lose it.
15 Jul 2013 - M. M.
Global credit insurer revises country risk SA growth slows to under 3% this year
Coface, the international credit insurer says growth in South African has been gradually weakening and will be below 3% this year.
11 Jul 2013
Consumer credit health deteriorating Impaired accounts continue to rise sharply
TransUnion, a global leader in credit and information management, today released data reflecting a sustained deterioration in consumer credit health.
31 May 2013
Debt Credit information amnesty on the cards again
Leading information services company Experian SA found that more than two million South Africans could be affected by a proposed credit information amnesty that seeks to provide relief to indebted consumers.
07 May 2013
Credit amnesty An attractively disguised threat
There are 19.69-million active credit consumers, of whom 53.1% are considered to be in good standing. The number of consumers with impaired credit records has slowly been deteriorating.
14 Mar 2013 - M. D.
World Bank 2013 report South Africa still tops for credit access
According to the World Bank’s 2013 Doing Business Report, South Africa has been joint-ranked, along with Malaysia and the United Kingdom, as the easiest country in the world for SMEs to get credit.
31 Dec 2012


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