CAPE TOWN - Good morning. Let's take a look at Business Report's top stories for the week.
The doctor who's disrupting SA's high-income medical services industry
A Johannesburg medical doctor-turned entrepreneur doesn’t regret dumping her cushy public sector job to disrupt South Africa’s high income medical services industry.
WhatsApp now allows you to label forwarded messages
WhatsApp announced it will now let you know when someone has forwarded a message to you.
Beware of new Absa email phishing scam
Absa customers should be on the look-out as cyber-criminals have started taking advantage of Absa’s new logo to target the bank’s customers in an email scam across South Africa.
Old Mutual's new rewards programme offers free lunch
Old Mutual has launched a customer loyalty programme to help South Africans make better money decisions and in support of National Savings Month.
BEWARE: New Sextortion scam on WhatsApp
South African men are being threatened by blackmailers on WhatsApp according to a new report.
Steinhoff knocked after a brief rally
Struggling retailer Steinhoff International yesterday relinquished the rally it made last week, opening 8.1percent weaker on the JSE at R2.75.
Checkout these popular and pricey suburbs in Sandton and Bryanston
Private Property has analysed the data for the Sandton and Bryanston (North) areas on their website to find out which were the most popular suburbs and what each property costs.
MTN hikes up WhatsApp bundle but not for 'vulnerable customers'
MTN has officially increased the price of their WhatsApp bundle from R10 to R30 for certain customers.
Mauritius is the richest country in Africa - Report
A report by the New World Health and AfrAsia Bank has put Mauritius in focus and said that it is the richest country in Africa.
Telkom has launched a WhatsApp bundle for R15
Telkom has launched a 1GB WhatsApp bundle for R15, where the data lasts for 30 days and can only be used on the messaging platform.
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