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The Minister of Finance, Enoch Godongwana, delivered a budget that although on the surface looked prudent and positive, left some uncertainty. GFECRA SAVES THE DAY…FOR NOW The Gold and Foreign Exchange Contingency Reserve Account (GFECRA) was the biggest takeaway of the budget. The Minister announced that Treasury will draw down on its GFECRA account to […]
Citadel Chief Economist and Advisory Partner, Maarten Ackerman unpacks the investment outlook for 2024.
Citadel Advisory Partners, Kerry King and Shane Murphy, share three important tactics to withstand the anticipated economic downturn in 2024.
Citadel Director and Regional Head for KwaZulu-Natal, Nic Horn shares advice with entrepreneurs on how to make the mindshift from generating wealth to also preserving it for themselves and their families.
Unpacking StatsSA’s newly released gross domestic product (GDP) figures for the third quarter of 2023, Citadel’s Chief Investment Officer George Herman highlighted the pervasive impact
It’s estimated that South African companies spend more than R10 billion per year in total on Corporate Social Investment initiatives.
The market’s response to Finance Minister, Enoch Godongwana’s Medium-Term Budget Policy Statement (MTBPS) on Wednesday afternoon was muted. This, however, was more an indication that the Minister delivered a MTBPS that was in line with market expectations, rather than it being positive. The MTBPS is filled with a number of risks for the fiscus, and […]
Citadel’s Chief Economist Maarten Ackerman says South Africa can return to trend growth by 2025 if the private sector remains invested in the country and government avoids a debt spiral.
Locally, as trust compliance becomes more complex and trusts become more costly to administer, their value is increasingly being questioned.
National Wills Week, which is taking place from 11 to 15 September this year