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SEE: Global fuel prices – Here’s how much Southern African countries are paying for petrol

Following a fuel price hike in January we take a look at the price of petrol in neighbouring African countries.

We may be neighbours but Southern African countries have different experiences at filling stations especially when it comes to price and supply of fuel.

SEE: These countries have the cheapest fuel prices in the world

Zimbabweans continue to reel from exorbitant fuel prices as a lack of supply sent the price of petrol sky-rocketing.

Here’s how much SADC Countries are paying for petrol:

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Here’s Why Investors Should Bet on Royal Caribbean (RCL) Now – February 12, 2019

Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. (RCL Free Report) is currently one of the best-performing stocks in the cruise space. The industry scenario has also been favorable for the cruise operator in 2018. Per the Cruise Lines International Association, the cruise industry is expected to grow throughout 2019, with 30 million cruisers, up 6% from 28.2 million in 2018.

Additionally, with a Zacks Rank #2 (Buy) and decent share price appreciation, Royal Caribbean seems to be a lucrative investment choice at the moment. Per VGM Score that identifies the most attractive value, growth and momentum characteristics, Royal Caribbean has a Score of B, indicating that it is most likely to outperform peers in the industry.

The company’s shares have outperformed its industry in the past three…

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Here’s how to make Africa’s aviation sector fly

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Africa’s aviation sector has the potential to fuel economic growth.

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) projects that the continent will become one of the fastest growing aviation regions in the next 20 years, with an annual expansion of nearly five per cent.

Currently, there are 731 airports and 419 airlines on the continent. The aviation sector supports some 6.9 million jobs and $80 billion in economic activity.

However, amid the opportunities, the sector faces a number of challenges including weak infrastructure, high ticket prices, poor connectivity and lack of liberalisation.

Airport infrastructure in most countries is outdated and cannot effectively serve the growing passengers or cargo volumes. Airlines and airports are often managed…

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A South African employee was fired for refusing to work overtime for religious reasons – here’s what the court said

An employer who dismisses an employee for refusing to work on normal work mandated days due to religious beliefs must proceed with caution.

According to Jacques van Wyk, director and labour law specialist at Werksmans Attorneys, this was confirmed by a recent Labour Appeal Court case which dealt with whether such a dismissal is automatically unfair.

In this case, the employee was a member of the Seventh Day Adventist faith (Adventist), he said.

“In terms of her religious beliefs, Saturdays are the holy Sabbath.

“During such period she was prohibited from performing any work in accordance with the tenets of her religious beliefs.

“Her employer allocated Saturdays for stock taking as normal business operations and did not allow for it to be done during the week or on Sundays. All managers…

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Here’s how analysts see Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. (NYSE:RCL) after this past week.

Investors sentiment is 0.99 in Q3 2018. Its the same as in 2018Q2. It is flat, as 45 investors sold Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. shares while 196 reduced holdings. only 90 funds opened positions while 149 raised stakes. 143.34 million shares or 0.68% more from 142.37 million shares in 2018Q2 were reported.
Aperio Gru Limited Company owns 67,156 shares for 0.04% of their portfolio. Raab & Moskowitz Asset Limited Company accumulated 185 shares or 0.01% of the stock. Brookstone owns 1,730 shares. Fincl Bank Of Montreal Can holds 0.03% of its portfolio in Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. (NYSE:RCL) for 277,143 shares. Bkd Wealth Lc reported 0.04% stake. Rhumbline Advisers reported 0.09% stake. Moreover, Lowe Brockenbrough & Company Inc has 0.12% invested in Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. (NYSE:RCL)…

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This South African became a self-made millionaire by 24. Here’s how.

Marnus Broodryk in conversation with Rozanne McKenzie on Geldhelde (supplied, VIA TV)

Marnus Broodryk became a self-made millionaire by 24, and is the founder one of the country’s most profitable auditing firms, The Beancounter.

In an interview on personal-finance show Geldhelde on VIA TV (DStv channel 147), the now 32-year credits his success to hard work, an 18-hour work day and focus.

Broodryk, which was one of the youngest investors on M-Net’s Shark Tank in 2016, says new entrepreneurs tend to spend too much on their lifestyles at the beginning of their careers, instead of investing back into their companies.

He gave Geldhelde his five top lessons how to achieve success in business.

Don’t think big; create small.

Broodryk says too many people are stuck in the mindset of…

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