Liezel Thorne

Liezel is a content writer with a passion for writing about the financial industry and corresponding markets. Her favorite topics include Forex, Stocks and Indices, Cryptocurrencies, and anything relating to trading technology – news, newest and latest tips, tricks, and trends. She has done extensive reviews on brokers, trading platforms (web, desktop, and mobile), and various other concepts involved with trading. As a student of Environmental management, she has a keen interest in geography, environmentalism as well as conservation of both fauna and flora.


If you invested R10 000 in Investec in 2003, how

Investec is one of the largest financial giants in South Africa today. The group started from humble beginnings in 1974 and quickly grew to become one of the most popular shares listed on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) and the London Stock Exchange (LSE). Read more.

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SASRIA and pay-outs: How much will it cost to pay

After already facing severe impacts because of the Covid-19 pandemic, South Africa faced new challenges and a hit to its economy during July, following unrest and looting in Gauteng and KwaZulu-Natal, costing businesses billions, and leading to claims worth over R6 billion, putting a significant amount of pressure on the South African Special Risk Insurance Association (SASRIA). Read more.


If you invested in R10 000 in Curro Holdings in

Established in 1998, Curro Holdings, Limited (Curro) is a leading for-profit independent school provider in South Africa, actively involved in the development, acquisition, and management of independent schools for learners that range from the age of three months to Grade 12. Read more.

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Bad Vibes: Everything you need to know about the Digital

During the past 18 months, South Africa needed a reliable and incorruptible leader at the helm of the National Department of Health. Unfortunately, former Health Minister Zweli Mkhize has recently been exposed to being closely associated with a corruption saga that involves the communication firm, Digital Vibes. Read more.


If you invested in R10 000 in Pick n Pay

The Pick n Pay Group is a South African retail business that operates in the fast-moving consumer goods industry across 1,600 different locations. Pick n Pay Group operates three major brands namely Pick n Pay, Boxer, and TM Supermarkets.

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