In the news today: The ANC calls for an end to sanctions against Zimbabwe, cybercrime could cost companies $5.2 trillion globally over the next five years, and PSG Asset Management says South Africa is still “a standout opportunity for investors”

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ANC wants Zimbabwe sanctions lifted

The ANC has called for an end to sanctions against Zimbabwe, where fuel protests led to a violent crackdown last week. South Africa wants to broker a debt-clearance plan for the neighbouring country.  READ MORE

Cybercrime could cost companies $5.2 trillion over five years

A new report by Gartner shows that cyber-attacks could cost companies $5.2 trillion globally in lost revenue and additional costs over the next five years.  READ MORE

South Africa “a standout opportunity for investors”

PSG Asset Management says South Africa is still “a standout opportunity for investors” and current market conditions support above-average long-term returns.  READ MORE

Unions cautious on prescribed assets

Organised labour says high levels of corruption could bedevil the notion of prescribed assets, which it has supported in the past.  READ MORE

British Health Secretary urges doctors to prescribe arts therapy

British Health Secretary Matt Hancock says doctors will soon write prescriptions for music, dance or painting classes as there is evidence that they improve patients’ health and reduce medical costs.  READ MORE