Print versus digital – Financial Mail Top Companies

Media companies are increasingly developing digital strategies to sustain their operations, as more consumers opt to get their information and news online. The growth of the Internet as a result of lower data prices and the adoption of smartphones is steadily eroding the newspaper business. view article

Data market to the rescue – Financial Mail Top Companies

The year 2013 could be the turning point for SA’s troubled fixed-line operator Telkom. Long suffering investors will be hoping that the company, whose share price dipped close to R12 in early 2013, will get a new lease of life when government announces its plans for the group. view article

Foreign shares look attractive – Risk SA

Despite a weak economic landscape, South African equities have performed well over the past year, largely due to foreign investment in industrial and retail stocks. However, fund managers are unconvinced that this bullish sentiment can be maintained in the face of a dismal economic growth forecast of 2.7%. view article

Naspers toasts bet on emerging markets – Business Day

Listed media group Naspers said yesterday its internet revenue had for the first time surpassed that from its Multichoice pay-TV offering, as its gamble on its China-based Tencent social media site makes it the envy of industry rivals. view article

No reservations – Financial Mail

Homegrown and international hotel groups are expanding into the rest of Africa, as economic growth boosts business and leisure travel on the continent. view article

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