'Fashionable ideologies' are just smokescreens and won't solve SA's jobs crisis.
The new political powerhouses must respect SA's democratic insitutions, says Solly Moeng.
Edward Ingram clarifies some points on banking terminology from his previous essay.
Eskom has rejected claims in a news report that it paid more than R134m on coal from Tegeta Exploration and Resources that it could not use.
The National Treasury will publish a socio-economic impact study on its proposed tax on sugar sweetened beverages.
Egypt's minister of supplies Khaled Hanafy has resigned after reportedly being found politically responsible for wheat deals that cost the country tens of millions of dollars.
The Guptas may be disposing their multibillion-rand empire in South Africa, but they will not be relocating, a spokesperson for the family confirmed. Nevertheless, a brand expert says it should provoke a sigh of relief.
President Ali Bongo, who is seeking reelection, has turned to Asia in his bid to diversify Gabon's oil-dependent economy.
The rand, which has fallen 4% on fears that Finance Minster Pravin Gordhan faces being charged by the Hawks, will nosedive should he be booted out of office.
The Gupta family has announced its intention to sell all of its shareholding in South Africa by the end of the year.
The Employment Tax Incentive, which has already paid out R6bn, is being carefully assessed to decide whether it should be continued, refined or allowed to lapse.
If Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan is fired, the probability of a foreign currency ratings downgrade would be significantly increased, warns a research company.
Eskom says it is considering extending the comment period for its nuclear site applications in Thyspunt and Duynefontyn.
The SA Reserve Bank will focus on achieving price and financial stability, for long term growth, says deputy governor Daniel Mminele.
Traditional firms are feeling the heat with "virtual" legal service providers on the rise.
The proposed sugar tax is seen as yet another financial ambush on citizens.
SA investors can now buy Krugerrands at a 10% discount - but caution is advised.
A local entrepreneur tells how he has kept his small, black-owned mining business afloat.
The 100MW Kathu Solar Park in Northern Cape will keep the lights on in 50 000 households.
Wayde van Niekerk presents SA with a much-needed symbol of unity, says Solly Moeng.
An analyst weighs in on renewable energy options as lucrative nuclear deals beckon.
Companies practising gender discrimination turn their backs on a vast pool of talent.
A power line inspection drone designed by local robotics engineers could be the answer to Eskom's power cut woes, and has already piqued interest overseas.
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