EDITOR’S LUNCHBOX: Expect Markus Jooste to be rudely inserted in the ANC conference
Meanwhile, the PIC and Telkom are robbing Peter to pay Paul, as the country’s offshore investments outweigh its inflows
Nine lives later, Matshela Koko returns to Eskom.
In my opinion
Matters of debate
Simon Lincoln Reader argues that Supra Mahumapelo and Ace Magashule, "who live and rule with the sadism of Bulgarian gypsy kings", will thrust every single white South African man into Markus Jooste’s profile at the ANC elective conference this weekend — and couple it with Cyril Ramaphosa’s supporters.
Direct investment — in new and expanded factories or mines or services businesses — continues to be a negative, with South African companies doing much more direct investing offshore than foreign companies are doing inwards.
The long and the short of the markets
The PIC and Telkom are at the centre of the government’s plan to bail out SAA and the SA Post Office.
Lonmin-Sibanye tie-up would save jobs and boost platinum production.