TreasuryOne currency dealer Andre Botha says the local currency is ‘cascading down like a waterfall’, with a run on R12.20/$ seeming ever more likely
The City of Gold was abuzz with entrepreneurial energy this week as Johannesburg hosted the 2017 Global Entrepreneurship Congress.
If the measure is blocked, it will be an embarrassing setback that casts doubt on their ability to deliver on their ambitious agenda
'The ANC and Zuma are only trying to have yes men and women in the JSC so that the JSC can appoint judges who can rule in their favour'
The group planned for a difficult year due to new vehicle launches and the final bedding-down of foreign acquisitions, as well as geopolitical risk, including an attempted coup in Turkey
A high turnover of senior management hobbles their ability to take decisions and massive losses threaten their financial viability
We analyse Paul Bosman, fund manager at PSG Asset Management
Life insurers are good indicators for the economy as policies are often the first thing to be cancelled when a client is short of cash
Absa Cape Epic from Greyton to Elgin stage won by race debutants Andri Frischknecht and Michiel van der Heijden
Partnerships, sponsorships, outreach projects and expanded mandate are all part of a business strategy aimed at ensuring its survival and that of artists
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