SA's conservative and cash-flush banks may ensure decent shareholder returns, even if economic growth disappoints
He and his cronies helped make many people — not just the old ones — wary of the future
FM editor Rob Rose bagged the financial markets award, while FM economics editor Claire Bisseker won the economy category for the third year running
There’s a shake-up in SA’s competition landscape, as Competition Commissioner Tembinkosi Bonakele is being replaced by Doris Tshepe. But it comes amid rumblings that the watchdog body is interfering ...
A traditional game is played at an institutional venue while down the road a new future beckons
Apart from the damage it is doing to SA, the ANC is swiftly becoming irrelevant to the future of the country. For the next decade or so it will still play a significant part in electoral politics, but it has entered the road to irrelevance in what a future SA will look like.
As evidenced by the apathy and results of the local government elections, voters are tired of the ANC’s infighting, incompetence, corruption and foot-dragging on implementing key economic reforms. If it were not for the rural vote, we would be talking about the end of the ANC in 2024. But we are not there yet...
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