The use of interest rates as a policy instrument is a global problem, says Edward Ingram.
Community perceptions of police corruption cause great damage, says Mandi Smallhorne.
Self-made leaders from humble homes would make a welcome change, says Mzwandile Jacks.
Cosatu will embark on the "mother of all stay-aways" on Wednesday to protest against higher taxes, e-tolls and job losses among other things burdening the working class.
The implementation of new security legislation could lead to a 10% drop in exports to the US and EU and reduce GDP by R133.4bn, warns economist Roelof Botha.
South Africa’s growth is projected to be below 1.5% both this year and next year, according to a report by die International Monetary Fund.
Business confidence in SA has dipped to its lowest level since the end of apartheid due to an unstable currency and lower commodity prices, a survey shows.
The darling of SA’s renewable energy programme says government must be careful not to allow big multinationals to abuse the new small projects programme.
The catalyst for a short-term rebound in the JSE appears to be in place, says Overberg Asset Management in its weekly overview of the SA economic landscape.
The IMF has cut its forecast for global economic growth, as the slowing economies in China and other emerging markets are felt worldwide.
Numsa has once again asked for the nationalisation of steel companies ArcelorMittal, Evraz Highveld Steel and Scaw Metals.
Greece has stuck strictly to the targets enshrined in its international bailout programme in unveiling a draft budget which sees the economy shrinking in 2016.
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The SA founder of a R10bn multinational group shares his story.
A user wants to know if she can claim management fees as a tax deduction
Cees Bruggemans is clarifying that global 'what ifs' aren't forecasts, but questions.
The emissions debacle could put more pressure on marginal platinum-rich producers.
The Kgalagadi Lodge co-founder shares his entrepreneurial journey.
Why so many South Africans have carved out hugely successful careers in the UK.
Sadtu vows to fight the National Annual Assessments plan the same way it did apartheid.
Tech companies have once again dominated the top global brands in a survey that measures the most valuable brands in the world.
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