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Economy

Emigration knocks growth in SA's rich

Aug 03 2015 07:26

While South Africa and Egypt remain Africa’s biggest wealth centres, growth in the numbers of the rich have been held back by emigration, a report shows.

International Markets

Greeks brace for stock market carnage after shutdown

Aug 03 2015 07:08

Greece will take another step away from full-on crisis mode by opening its stock market for the first time in five weeks, although immediate heavy losses are expected.

News

Challenges of the sandwich generation

Aug 03 2015 07:49

If you’re not saving for your children’s education because you’re supporting elders as well, the result will be an uneducated generation which is less able to find work, warns an expert.

Eskom

Floating power stations can tide SA over during electricity crisis

Aug 02 2015 20:38

Despite a serious push from powership and barge operators to use floating power stations as a stopgap for SA’s power crisis, they have been told to get in line with others offering to help the country overcome its energy crisis.

Eskom

Off-grid rural electrification 'pivotal for SA economy'

Aug 02 2015 19:17

Trina Solar, a global leader in photovoltaic modules, solutions, and services reports that solar has become a sustainable option for rural and remote areas.

Economy

Global economy: The week ahead

Aug 03 2015 05:00

Federal Reserve chief Janet Yellen has made it clear she's looking for "some" improvement in the job market before voting for the first Fed interest rate rise.

Opinion

Shutting down good citizens

Aug 03 2015 06:29

If you want good citizens, then stop wasting our time, says Mandi Smallhorne.

Economy

Gearing up for the nuclear age

Aug 02 2015 18:30

Multinationals competing in South Africa for lucrative contracts are sweetening the deal with comprehensive technology transfer arrangements.

 

In other news

Only payrolls surprise may shake stalling US market

55 minutes ago

Unless next week's payrolls report is an outlier, investors should expect a constant directionless market, keeping the S&P 500 trading in place for most of the year.

Asia stocks mostly down as China manufacturing slows

Aug 03 2015 07:29

Asian markets have mostly fallen as China shares were dragged down by poor manufacturing figures and investors followed a drop on Wall Street.

Oil prices languish as supply concerns linger

Aug 03 2015 07:23

Oil prices have fallen in Asia on persistent concerns about the global supply glut after OPEC's indication that it will not budge from its current lofty output levels.

Concerns over Croatia tourism

Aug 02 2015 18:00

As Croatia gears up for exploration of oil and gas in the Adriatic sea, green groups have raised concerns about the environment and economy of the tourism-dependant country.

Madagascar mess-ups keep tourist 'paradise' marooned

Aug 02 2015 17:15

Tour operators blame the latest drop in visitor numbers on mass cancellations that followed a month-long Air Madagascar strike that has grounded all internal flights.

Exxon,Chevron profits dive

Aug 02 2015 16:30

US oil giants Chevron and ExxonMobil have signaled further belt-tightening ahead as the industry responds to lower oil prices.

Areva will explore bringing in Chinese investors

Aug 02 2015 16:00

Areva will seek partnerships with Chinese energy companies that could see them take stakes in the French nuclear reactor maker, says its chairperson.

Upskilling for the digital era

Aug 02 2015 15:33

They circulate more than 8 million newspapers and reach about 24 million readers each month. That’s the combined strength of the 250-odd independent publishers that print newspapers in disadvantaged areas across the country.

Analysis & Opinion

Opinion

Shutting down good citizens

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Opinion

Friends & Friction: Share your bag of locusts

It doesn’t take much to change history. A little bit of good you do somewhere...

Opinion

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What are the gaps in sound environmental, social and governance policies...

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