• SA is being scammed!

    Former struggle heroes are now emptying state coffers to benefit foreign scammers, says Solly Moeng.

  • A burning issue

    The Knysna fires have shown that SA needs to be fire-aware and wary, says Mandi Smallhorne.

  • True economic freedom

    Harping on inequality and repressive rich people deflects attention from the real issues, say analysts.

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WATCH: 'Quitting would mean I’m a coward and I’m running away' - Kganyago

Jun 28 2017 14:34

Reserve Bank governor Lesetja Kganyago says a directive that the bank should exercise its powers in consultation with Parliament must be “stopped in its tracks”.


Why R69 000 a day for JSE Top 100 execs will destroy capitalism

Jun 28 2017 13:28

A Deloitte report that reveals JSE Top 100 company executives earn on average about R69 000 a day points to why capitalism will fail, not only in South Africa, but around the world.


Ransomware becomes go-to hack as Bitcoin rallies, NSA tools leak

Jun 28 2017 15:16

A recent outbreak of ransomware attacks have shown that digital stickups are becoming the go-to hack for cybercriminals, fuelled by powerful leaked US government exploits.


REVIEWED: The S8 - Samsung's best smartphone ever

Jun 28 2017 12:57

With intuitive features and attractive design, the Samsung Galaxy S8 is pricey but the perfect combination of beauty and brains, says Kyle Venktess.


Analysis & Opinion


Beware South Africa, it's a scam!

Former liberation struggle heroes are now being used to empty not their...


The SA Reserve Bank’s Constitutional mandate and why it’s good to be a boring bank

At least for the time being, a boring central bank focused on 'a few commercial'...


Nuclear and coal lobbies threaten to scupper renewables in SA

Eskom's stand threatens the viability of the entire renewable energy sector...


After Knysna, being fire-wary has become a burning issue

Fires have such awful fall-out that we need to make sure we are doing...

Inside Labour

Inside Labour: A looming winter of discontent

Public sector unions across the labour spectrum are preparing for pay...

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Europe stocks pare drop on misinterpretation of Draghi comments

17 minutes ago

European stocks have pared losses after comments by Eurosystem officials damped speculation that Mario Draghi had turned more hawkish.

World's biggest black-tea exporter targets 20% output growth

Jun 28 2017 13:13

Kenya, the world’s biggest exporter of black tea, expects production of the leaves to rise by about 20% by the end of the decade, as farmers harvest from new bushes.

More precious than gold? Copper's the better inflation hedge

Jun 28 2017 12:32

Anyone who has bought gold as a hedge over the past 25 years missed out on a much better deal - copper.

Ghana to apply for extension on IMF credit programme

Jun 28 2017 11:59

Ghana will ask for an eight-month extension to its credit programme with the International Monetary Fund after failing to rein in public spending last year.

UK house prices rebound after worst streak in eight years

Jun 28 2017 10:30

UK house prices have rebounded in June, halting the worst streak for the market in eight years, according to Nationwide Building Society.

Nestlé gives an inch on share buybacks but Loeb wants more

Jun 28 2017 10:00

Nestlé has made its first concession to activist investor Dan Loeb, announcing a $21bn share buyback plan to boost its stock price.

  • Winners
  • Losers
Selected from the top 100 Equities by Market cap.
WinnersPriceChange% Change
EOH Eoh Holdings LimitedR124.14R4.003.33%
MEI Mediclinic International ...R125.72R3.392.77%
BID Bid Corporation LimitedR296.80R7.802.70%
SBK Standard Bank Group Limit...R145.75R3.632.55%
S32 South32 LimitedR26.92R0.582.20%
Selected from the top 100 Equities by Market cap.
LosersPriceChange% Change
TKG Telkom Sa Soc LimitedR60.38R-3.49-5.46%
MSM Massmart Holdings LimitedR103.18R-3.80-3.55%
ANG Anglogold Ashanti LimitedR134.50R-3.65-2.64%
ZED Zeder Investments LimitedR6.55R-0.17-2.53%
CML Coronation Fund Managers ...R64.33R-1.66-2.52%
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The lazy, junk-food generation

Jun 27 2017 11:43

Today’s children are expected to live much longer than prior generations, but will be in much poorer health by the time they reach age 65. A global survey suggests intervention is needed urgently.

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