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Our Purpose

Today’s Trustee strives to stimulate debate and influence policy on matters vital to those who administer retirement funds, thus to benefit the millions of South Africans who save through them.

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What the JSE's delisting crisis means for your pension fund.
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The 2 pot ides of March

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Was it all a
giant waste of Time?
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Can the delisting scourge be rolled back?
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Don't panic:
The NHI will take years to happen
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Sabres rattle over Godongwana's spending cuts
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Will shaming errant employers make a difference?
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Today Trustee seeks to strengthen the empowerment of retirement-fund trustees and principal officers by helping to promote the skills and awareness required for performance of their duties.


Today’s Trustee’s overriding philosophy is to help accelerate the achievement of a stakeholder democracy by carrying content of a primarily educational nature, consistent with objectives of the Financial Sector Code.


Today’s Trustee has the most credible impact amongst key stakeholders who value its independent editorial and insight into the pensions industry.

About Today’s Trustee


Today’s Trustee is a highly niched publication specifically for the principal officers and trustees of SA retirement funds. Digitalisation has enabled it to expand increasingly into the membership space as well.

Latest articles from Today’s Trustee

A focus on rural development

Rural areas often face challenges in accessing essential goods and services, due to limited infrastructure and economic opportunities.

How China’s slowdown is whacking your investment

The FSCA has released new research into the cryptocurrency market in South Africa, and looks set to license its first group of operators in the next few months. What does this mean for your pension fund?

ANC spectre of prescribed assets lays bare policy contradictions

The flash point is the re-emergence of a plan that many thought had long been torched: prescribed assets. This is a policy that forces retirement funds to invest a percentage of their assets in a specified way, such as in state-owned entities such as Eskom, or in infrastructure projects.

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