Developments causing suffering today could lead to truly democratic decision-making.
The rand plunge reflects SA's leadership woes, says Leopold Scholtz.
The SA Tourism CEO should stop shifting blame for the visa fiasco, says Solly Moeng.
The continued weakening of the rand has added some lustre to the value of gold sales for South African miners. But it has done little to lift the long-term gloom shrouding the sector.
A weak rand brings mixed blessings to the motor sector.
The first, relatively modest, tariff shield is going up to protect South Africa’s beleaguered steel industry.
Tata Steel UK's largest steelmaker has said it will mothball a plant in south Wales as tough markets persist, forcing the company to focus on higher-value products.
Africa’s richest man is pushing to dominate its market for cement, the material at the heart of the continent’s infrastructure boom.
African nations need to integrate their power-distribution systems to help meet the region’s increasing energy needs, says Black & Veatch CFO.
Many companies are of the opinion that fuel cell technology is an alternative to the major problems South Africa has been experiencing with load shedding.
Energy companies should start moving away from electrifying rural areas and instead start investing in electrifying informal settlements with fuel cell technology.
Airports Company South Africa has reported an 8.9% increase in revenue to R7.7bn for the financial year ended March 31 2015.
BP is set to appeal against a decision by a US judge that it had manipulated gas market prices in 2008.
Plans for a liquefied natural gas power plant in Port Elizabeth will soon become a reality with Coega Development Corporation (CDC) announcing that the project will now enter the next stage of development.
A business owner asks about tax implications for his firm turning over R120 000 a year.
Business adviser, Scott Hansen equates using a GPS to the way you should run your business.
A user who wants to stop working at 55 wants to know if this is seen as early retirement.
Determining what may cause your business to go under can prevent future failure.
Business Partners has launched a R250m fund to grow female entrepreneurship in SA.
A research body says an ANC attack on the USA is ‘damaging' to SA foreign policy.
Taxpayers need to be aware of tax season-specific phishing tactics, says an expert.
White business has broken faith with Madiba's legacy, says Mzwanele Jimmy Manyi.
Russian gas giant Gazprom's net profit surged 71% in the first quarter as a weak ruble compensated for declining sales and lower energy prices.
Tesla Motors is losing more than $4 000 on every Model S electric sedan it sells, using its reckoning of operating losses, and it burned $359m in cash last quarter.
Some good news in a bleak week is that South Africa came in second, behind Kenya, in a digital and financial inclusion report by the US think-tank Brookings.
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