Trivial issues don't warrant mineworker strikes, says Mzwandile Jacks.
Five doable strategies to pay off your credit card.
The Gauteng economy is still plodding along, with no fireworks expected soon as its growth index slipped by 0.6% for August.
The Gauteng economy is stagnating but subsectors are still doing well, with construction and especially car purchases showing growth.
Gauteng's economy is showing lacklustre growth, with mining under pressure from the weak gold price and rising costs.
The Gauteng economy seems to have gone into hibernation, with pressure on mining as a result of low commodity prices hurting many factories.
Mining is seriously hampering the Gauteng economy and transport is also struggling, but the construction sector appears to be lifting its head.
Gauteng's consumers are continuing their spending spree and the construction sector is recovering faster than in other provinces.
The Gauteng economy continued to rely on consumer spending but that is likely to be affected by higher electricity and fuel prices.
Gauteng's economy has improved on a year ago and consumers are also more upbeat.
SA's economic hub is showing a steady rise in growth.
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Eskom and the SABC will now give daily real time information on the power system.
Opposing National Health Insurance is futile, Health Minister Aaron Motsoaledi says.
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Seven cranes worth R700m will boost productivity at Durban's container terminal.
AngloGold is set to shed jobs as it prepares to roll out its mechanisation plan.
The country's economic heart Gauteng is under pressure but still growing at a reasonable pace.
The Gauteng economy has contracted in the past three months, which bodes ill for SA's overall growth.
Economic growth in Gauteng is rapidly slowing down and the province appears to be entering a downturn.
A decline in JSE trading volumes is possibly a warning about what lies ahead for the Gauteng economy.
A necessary evil as most people need credit to buy homes and cars.
Impossible as all debt eventually gets you into trouble.
Possible only for well-disciplined consumers.
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