US Federal Reserve’s latest minutes provided little direction as its signals on interest rates and inflation were mixed
In the long term, things are picking up with most of the S&P 500 companies
Employer group launches fresh legal attack on workplace Covid-19 vaccination policies but government will oppose this attempt to strike code down
The party’s internal leadership contest in December is expected to gain momentum once the the nomination process kicks off
Telecom company, headed by brothers Mark and Brett Levy, attributes growth to ‘robust trading performance’
The rand will continue to lose value if we don't adopt policies that create a superior emerging market with a far lower risk premium
Food Safety Agency tells retailers and food producers it will seize vegan products with names that it says are for meat
Unexpected resignation of the central bank governor has fuelled speculation about how the country will deal with mounting pressure on the Egyptian pound
SA rugby fans took a while to warm to competition
‘It is worrying that some other conditions, such as dementia and seizures, continue to be more frequently diagnosed after Covid-19, even two years later’
The emigration of SA’s skilled professionals is a major risk for job-creation efforts and the dwindling tax base and cannot be ignored by policymakers as the country battles the aftermath of Covid-19 and one of the highest unemployment rates in the world.
On Tuesday, Izak Smit, CEO of the Professional Provident Society (PPS), a mutual financial services provider that offers insurance and investment products to graduate professionals, red-flagged the exodus of SA’s most skilled workers, who not only provide tax revenues but support jobs across the economy. ..
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