"What keeps driving the JSE higher?" - Alec Hogg's

And nine other of the ten best read stories on the website this week

The best read stories on for the week to end September 6, 2013::

What keeps driving the JSE higher? Surprisingly simple once you analyse the underlying data. Two shares accounted for a quarter of the "surge", now dangerously overvalued?

 The story of St Francis Bay. From disaster has come rejuvenation. A heart-warming look at a coastal town that rebounded and the community that pulled together to make it happen.

Dave King's first interview after his R706m settlement with SA Revenue Services. The country's most famous former tax fugitive very much back in JSE game with MICROMega.

Discovery, the Great Disruptor, again proves why it's a cornerstone for any long term investment portfolio. A peach of an interview with Adrian Gore, SA's great entrepreneur. 

The higher the peak, the steeper the fall: 10 investment rules from a Scots grandfather. CNBC Africa anchor Samantha Loring shares learnings from an interesting recent interview.

King seeks a fresh start after his "Damascene Conversion". He might just get it. Some investors agree. His MICROMega has been the JSE's top performer, up over 50% 

Six JSE heavyweights that are dangerously overvalued - and half a dozen "cheapies" A follow-up interview to this week's top story. We get into depth and more specifics. 

Shakeup at Tsogo Sun as two of the top four clear their desks and leave tomorrow. Samantha Loring's second piece also made the top 10. Good news break this one.

Bright sparks: using your creative side to hit on a winning business idea Blogger Irvine Green delights us again with his quirky look at how to become your own boss.

Right now labour is SA's big story with the stark options: the Highway or the Dirt Road Excellent thinkpiece by Solidarity's Gideon du Plessis. Required reading. 

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