BDlive

BDlive


BusinessDay is South Africa's most influential and respected business news and analysis source, offering incisive coverage of business, politics, labour and other current affairs, written by the country's award winning journalists.

BDlive is the digital identity of the newspaper Business Day, including a website, apps and a mobile site. These products offer quality reporting throughout the day, seven days a week, breaking the news with stories, newsletters, SMS alerts and other notifications, and multimedia such as video, podcasts and slideshows. There are also opinion pieces, analysis, columnists, sport, cartoons and much more.
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About BDlive
BusinessDay is South Africa's most influential and respected business news and analysis source, offering incisive coverage of business, politics, labour and other current affairs, written by the country's award winning journalists.

BDlive is the digital identity of the newspaper Business Day, including a website, apps and a mobile site. These products offer quality reporting throughout the day, seven days a week, breaking the news with stories, newsletters, SMS alerts and other notifications, and multimedia such as video, podcasts and slideshows. There are also opinion pieces, analysis, columnists, sport, cartoons and much more.

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A Google User
Jun 15, 2015
Great content, but back button? Great content as always. Really annoying though to continuously scroll down to find next article as back button always takes you back to top of articles. Please fix.
A Google User
Mar 12, 2015
They need a good app developer layout is to bad..content is great catch 22
A Google User
Dec 20, 2014
Grt business updates
A Google User
Dec 5, 2014
BD Live
A Google User
Nov 17, 2014
One small problem Like the content but when I return to the main content menu after reading a story I am sent right back to the top of the list (first story) rather than to the last story read. I then have to scroll down the list again to continue reading.
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