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.

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TV licences: In the age of online streaming, is it

Long gone are the days where people had to rely solely on their televisions for entertainment. As video streaming technology and subscription services such as YouTube and Netflix increased, a new era was ushered in that drew away from the purpose of having a television set when entertainment could be accessed from different devices. Read more.

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Can South Africa go green and say goodbye to coal?

All developed economies around the world have an inherent responsibility to fund the transition involved with reducing carbon emissions to become a low carbon economy. South Africa is expecting a delegation from four of the richest nations in the world, namely the United States, the United Kingdom, France, and Germany during this coming week.

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How much did #UnrestSA cost the fiscus?

The unrest that occurred in the Gauteng and KwaZulu-Natal provinces in South Africa is one of the most expensive riots to have taken place on a global front in the past ten years. With many communities still reeling from the impact of the looting and plundering. Read more.


If you invested in R10 000 in Toyota in 1999,

Toyota Motor Corporation, mostly known just as Toyota, is a Japanese multinational automotive manufacturer which is based in Japan. Founded in 1937 by Kiichiro Toyoda, Toyota has grown over the past eight decades to become one of the largest automobile manufacturers in the world.

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If you invested in R10 000 in MasterCard in 2006,

MasterCard (NYSE: MA) is one of the most well known names in the world and the company is widely known for its financial services. However, it maintains that it is still a tech business first because of its standing as a tech company in a global payments industry, using innovative technology that keeps it one step ahead of its competition. Read more.

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