ECONOMIC WEEK AHEAD: Violence to start showing up in data

The effect of rioting will be seen in vehicle sales and the manufacturing numbers for July

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STUART THEOBALD: Land rights and the economy are tightly bound in SA

EFF land model could trigger a financial crisis that would happen far faster than the election cycle

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MICHAEL MORRIS: Only way to hold politicians to account is through the ballot box

The auditor-general’s report on SA’s 257 municipalities highlights the need to make local politicians accept responsibility

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EDITORIAL: Transnet cyberattack will further sink SA’s harbour rankings

The Port of Durban is in the bottom three of the world’s 351 container handling facilities in a World Bank index

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Richard Spoor Inc in legal showdown with Constantia Insurance

The legal firm says the cancellation of more than 5,000 life policies was to get rid of loss-making business

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Mango objects to regulator’s rejection of its business rescue bid

The budget airline accuses the CIPC of going beyond its legal authority when it rejected the application in July

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ANC vows to go it alone after disagreeing with EFF on land expropriation

Lamola suggests the bill be used to achieve governing party’s land objective

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NEWS ANALYSIS: Naspers claws back some of the losses caused by China’s heavier hand

After losing as much as R190bn between Monday and Tuesday, the tech group has made up some ground

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‘Patriot’ Johan Van Zyl hailed for forging ties between state and private sector

Toyota SA chief was appointed chair of a panel to advise the government on green energy policy

Gold Fields’ forecast of sharp profit rise leaves investors cold

Less appetite for safe haven assets offsets gold miner’s expectations of a 37% jump in normalised earnings

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EOH ‘remains profitable’ as it battles tough conditions

Turnaround is on track, says the technology group, which expects its gross profit margin to improve

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Government report calls for national policy on occupational safety and health

SA’s current legal framework said to be complex and fragmented

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Sasol pipeline sale may hold opportunity for SA gas

Two government entities wielding greatest power on the Mozambique pipeline company board could have positive implications for the industry

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The ups and downs of coffee consumption

A new study bodes ill for java lovers but, as with most things, it seems moderation is key

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