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David Oberholzer

David Oberholzer


StatsSA just released the Q1 unemployment figures for 2016. The quoted, official, unemployment rate is 26.7%, up from 26.4% for the same quarter in 2015. There are so many factors that this number doesn’t account for that I will look at in this article. The first important consideration is the
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I recently had the privilege of being asked by one of my mentors to speak to two school students who are looking to start their own company. This was a fortunate turn of events when considering the recent articles on entrepreneurship and youth leadership on Stock Shop Daily News. Being

Doom and gloom seem to be common practice in the news nowadays. With the drought and it’s impact on food prices; the impact of electricity tariffs and rate hikes; the weak state of the Rand; the ever present threat of a credit downgrade; and political turmoil and service delivery protests

The most common point of contention on all Business websites and news channels seems to be the Brexit debate. Brexit refers to the June 23 referendum in Britain about their European Union membership. Should the referendum lead to Britain exiting the EU the impact of the decision will be felt

In the words of Arnold Palmer: “What other people may find in poetry or art museums, I find in the flight of a good drive.” This perfect drive is a far more common occurrence with professional golfers than the ranked amateur with a handicap higher than zero. For professional golfers