Analysts say the dollar may have overreacted to news of ebbing trade tension between the US and China, with positive sentiment filtering down to emerging markets
The revitalisation of the Southern African country’s economy requires some fundamental policy changes, write Martyn Davies and Hanns Spangenberg
Cyril Ramaphosa has pledged to redistribute land without compensation, but analysts say changing the Constitution would alarm investors
De-politicising SOEs and transparent governance are just two points, along with dissolving the ‘ineffective and, frankly, pointless’ Department of Public Enterprises
The retailer plans to close about one-third of its large UK stores over the next four years, as it belatedly adapts to the rise of e-commerce
An Organisation for Economic Co-operation Development survey says SA is the fifth hardest working country out of 50, with an average work week of 43.3 hours
The automotive industry accounts for about 7% of GDP with BMW, VW and Nissan all putting money into the country — but the government’s plans may be over-ambitious
Crews worked into the night to cap the wells, which are being filled with cold water and iron plugs, to avoid the release of toxic gases
‘We had robust discussions in which I aired my views. I’m very appreciative of the process,’ he says
Anyone within a kilometre can download digital copies of text books‚ and sound and video recordings of science lessons, to their phones without being online
The only public official who behaved professionally was the chairwoman of the portfolio committee on sport and recreation
The citizens of Gaza are suffering because Hamas uses all the aid to build tunnels into and fire rockets at Israel
While we downgrade our embassy in Israel let’s downgrade our embassies in Russia, Saudi Arabia, Syria and Sudan
The Shengen visa issuing process is equally bureaucratic and opaque
Solly Msimanga and Cilliers Brink must have known Aucamp’s BTech degree was as real as the phantom of the opera?
Standard procedure every day was a round of golf in the morning followed by tasting
No pay rise is an investment
The chaos in the crowd control and traffic management at FNB speaks of a city that has abdicated its responsibilities
The feast is almost over. The once-productive carcass is stripped almost to a skeleton
Of the six items posted from the UK only the surface mail arrived
Trump's objectives will become clear in time but my posit is that he has set the cat among the pigeons
Taiwan has its own territory, people, government, laws and currency
Don’t just arrive at destinations unannounced and expect to be treated like royalty
We are gratified that emerging black advisory firms were among the financial service firms that received a mandate from the Treasury
President Cyril Ramaphosa is worse than Jacob Zuma because his interests are with the global bourgeoisie
If the union bosses can’t persuade the employers without mass action, they’re not worth their salt
How will the permanently unemployed survive?
Presumably the current 30% pass mark is insufficient and will prevent SA from achieving a constant growth
Sean Muller commits two fundamental logical errors
Eusebius McKaiser said AfriForum shouldn’t be given "airtime" on 702. This is against the established democratic journalistic principle of ...
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