Getting your business news

By Staff Writer
Justmoney writes a story a working day about personal finance. We try and distil the business news and work out how it will affect your personal finances. We try and make it accessible for everyone and not burden it down with technical jargon. So we trawl the business news everyday looking for stuff that affects you. However if you are looking for the business headlines there is a new way to find them

 

 

ZaNews.net is brought to you by the same folks who made Muti.co.za an invaluable resource for what is happening on the South African web. You can find all sorts of new content everyday there. ZaNews.net is similar but it concentrates on news and now they have just launched a business section. If you want the headlines just head over there and get all your business news in one place every day, saving you time on your surfing, helping you find what you want quickly in one place. They also aggregate stories together so you see only the first version that appears and you don't have to get repeats of the same story on every site. What a joy!

Justmoney News intends to make full use of this new resource helping us to cut down on the time we spend looking for the latest business news so that we can bring you up to date information every day on what is going to affect your personal finances. Justmoney News will continue to bring you a focussed report on the day's business news and how it will affect you and we are pleased to be able to have access to this site. Give it a go today to get all your business headlines in one place.

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