Cyril Ramaphosa's task is to do right by the people; to finally deliver on the promises of peace, jobs and freedom
These unrivalled entrepreneurs are among the best and most successful business people of our first quarter-century of democracy
Not once has Cyril Ramaphosa faced down the politically powerful in his own party
How would you destroy an iconic institution? Easy. Study Eskom, particularly since 1996
Most of those ANC delegates don't know what the job of the Reserve Bank is, other than printing cash and setting interest rates
In the past 25 years Rwanda has achieved more than any other African country. Today Rwanda is a beacon of stability in a very rough neighbourhood
The agency has gone out of its way to keep SA at investment grade, thus staving off the inevitable
It’s clear why the ANC has been the dominant political party for 25 years. And why it will win another mandate to govern for five more years
"Load-shedding proudly brought to you by the ANC," screamed a DA board on the highway. I thought we all knew that
In SA and Venezuela greedy, corrupt and economically illiterate politicians promised lazy, stupid voters that they would rob the rich to give to the poor
Who will Tito Mboweni pickpocket to flush even more money down the dark, dirty tubes that are SAA, PetroSA, the SABC and Denel?
Investors pay top dollar for the best management team, and hiccups like this are not part of the plan
These ‘representatives of the people’ are the real thieves who represent nothing but their own interests
PetroSA survives only to help politicians and their friends drain taxpayers
Unlike Group Five, at least Absa had the decency to cook up an explanation for the departure of the long-serving Ramos
What would I do with R100,000 a month in cash that cannot be deposited into a bank account?
Black investors who have seen their R10 a share investment in Phuthuma Nathi in 2006 increase 14-fold have a month to further stock up and set themselves ...
Brait and many other SA investors rushed to find alternative homes for their capital as they feared a total corruption meltdown in SA
Reducing staff numbers is the single biggest requirement if Eskom is to begin the road to recovery