JSE muted as investors digest Fed’s hawkish stance

JSE all share and top 40 are little changed in morning trade on Friday

4 hours ago
GLENN HOLLANDS: Oil and gas industry development of Wild Coast could be a trick

But independent research suggests oil and gas-led development is a slippery concept

9 hours ago
Old Mutual applies to have ‘fatally flawed’ Moyo case thrown out

The insurance and investment firm argues that no reasonable person would find in favour of Moyo and has asked to be absolved of his claims

9 hours ago
HILARY JOFFE: Don’t cheer SA’s inflation rate just yet

The country’s ‘administered prices’ reflect inefficiencies and policy choices in the public sector

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ANTHONY BUTLER: If only Telkom rebound could pave way for ailing SOEs

But its recent past may simply be an aberration and the trajectory of the SA Post Office could be the future for the sector

9 hours ago
EDITORIAL: Commission for Gender Equality should stay in its lane

The commission’s comments create confusion and strengthen the views of anti-vaxxers, at a time when the state is trying to entrench Covid-19 immunity through ...

9 hours ago
Lesetja Kganyago’s gradual rate hikes face headwinds

Inflation forecast pushed sharply higher to 4.9% and steep energy price rises pose a threat

GARY RYNHART: Tourism can play an important part in tackling SA unemployment

Industry will return, but probably in different ways, and sustainability and resilience will loom large

Enoch Godongwana wins as president’s panel says no to BIG

Economic advisory council echoes finance minister in warning against unintended consequences of a basic income grant

IMF has changed, says Zambia’s Hakainde Hichilema

The IMF of today understands the need for growth and opportunities in our countries, says Zambian leader

9 hours ago
Mineworkers’ fund backs Africa’s digital future with $20m investment

The MWPF is the first African investor in Convergence Partners’ digital infrastructure fund

Top court strikes down Amcu-Lonmin agreement

Union could be on the hook for millions of rand in fees deducted from nonmembers

The week in pictures

India celebrates Republic Day, protests in Belgium, Ukrainian civilians train for war, a coup in Burkina Faso, and more

7 hours ago
ISAAH MHLANGA: Like the rest of the world, SA should normalise interest rates

With inflation climbing almost everywhere, there isn’t any alternative

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Industrials Reit’s rental uplift streak continues in its third quarter

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views & analysis

MICHAEL BLOOMBERG: Bill that takes a swipe at tech firms ‘deserves a bipartisan burial’

Congress’s attack on tech companies would harm consumers, workers and the economy

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ANDREA FELSTED: February or March could be the new January gym boom period

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