Is it just me or do other people also find this utterly reprehensible . There are pensioners who find themselves in absolutely dire circumstances as a direct result of the actions of the Directors of Sharemax. They are desperately seeking some way of reclaiming their "lost" funds and logically approach the Fais Ombud, who is the relevant person appointed to investigate such investment related issues. These same directors of Sharemax who caused the problem have been appointed by the Court to resolve the problem through their new company, Nova Group (... how the heck did that happen???). Talk about the fox guarding the hen-house! Now these "foxes" have the absolute audacity to threaten any investor who turns to the relevant authority for help. UTTERLY REPREHENSIBLE! ...... and by the way, how is it possible that none of the plethora of Regulatory Authorities in the finance sector in SA have seen fit to act in any meaningful way pursuant to the Ombud
- Other Apps
Time to comment on new Tshwane town planning scheme The public has two months to comment on the new Draft Tshwane Planning Scheme. The City of Tshwane approved a Draft Tshwane Town-planning Scheme, 2008 (revised this year) for the entire municipal area at its council meeting and now the public can have its say. The scheme is open to inspection during normal office hours at the office of the strategic executive director: city planning and development, room LG004, Isivuno Building, 143 Lillian Ngoyi Street, Pretoria, from 8am to 3pm Monday to Friday, from October 2 until November 30.
- Other Apps
Home ownership declines as household debt climbs Home rentals have performed strongly with 25 percent of households now opting to rent despite South Africans still favouring home ownership. The highest proportion of citizens who have opted to rent reside in Gauteng, with 37 percent living in rented accommodation, according to the latest Standard Bank residential property report.