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 government continues to prop up the labour brokering industry even while new labour laws take their toll on the industry.
The country’s energy shortage is a serious obstacle to growth, says President Jacob Zuma, who has officially opened Medupi 's Unit 6.
Last week, economic experts gathered to discuss how to turn around SA’s dire economic outlook. The verdict? It can be done, but it’s no picnic
For the past two years consumers were warned that there were tough times ahead, while day-to-day living became more and more expensive.
Zimbabwe is relaxing a black economic empowerment law forcing foreign-owned firms to sell majority shares to locals in a bid to attract investment, says a cabinet minister.
The Federal Reserve has left the door open to an interest rate hike even while several central bank officials acknowledged that market turmoil could delay its policy tightening.
Europe's migration system is broken, says British Interior Minister Theresa May, blaming its borderless system for exacerbating a migrant crisis and demanding tighter rules.
Fears over the health of the Chinese economy kept world markets on edge last week and China will remain in focus, along with the question over a US interest rate increase.
President Jacob Zuma has launched a campaign to train 15 000 young people to fix leaking taps in their communities.
Cabinet has announced the appointment of former Eskom chief executive Tshediso Matona as secretary for national planning in the Department of Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation.
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.
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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