It may be time to join Eskom in its War Room efforts, says Matthew le Cordeur.
Immigrants bring a powerful injection of energy and talent to SA, says Mandi Smallhorne.
Eskom attracts lively commentary, but other issues also stimulated debate.
Any increase by the Democratic Republic of Congo in the taxes it levies on mining will stifle new investment, says Randgold Resources' chief executive.
Still smarting from a jihadist attack that killed 21 foreign tourists last month, Tunisia is hoping to save the summer season with new security measures.
The International Monetary Fund has cut its economic growth forecast for sub-Saharan Africa this year as plunging oil prices force exporters to curb spending plans.
Zambia has bowed to pressure from miners to review a punishing hike in mineral royalties that led investors to threaten to pull out of the copper-rich country.
Zimbabwe will no longer be making bonus payments for its civil servants as the economy, hard hit by liquidity challenges, declines further.
Angola's sovereign wealth fund says it is allocating $1.4bn to five new vehicles that will invest in sectors such as mining, timber, agriculture and healthcare within the country and in Africa.
The World Bank cut its forecast for gross domestic product growth for sub-Saharan Africa to 4% in 2015 from 4.5% in 2014 due to fall in oil and other commodity prices.
SA's slipping rand has proved positive for Zimbabwe's "bond coins", with more Zimbabweans agreeing to use the previously-unpopular new currency.
National Bank of Abu Dhabi is seeking to expand its wealth management business in Africa and Asia, as it looks to maintain strong growth at a time when its home region faces uncertainty.
Zimbabwe has launched its own corporate governance code as its acting president says there are near-daily reports of abuse of both public and private office.
Zimbabwe’s indigenisation policy is open to negotiation, but there will be no compromise on the 51/49 percentage threshold for mining, says President Robert Mugabe.
Entrepreneurship starts with one person - you, says Ian Mann.
SA must take care not to waste resources on expanding education technology.
Zimkhitha Mqutheni filled the gap in the market for a fully black-owned PR agency.
Critical skills are needed to drive your company's brand on social media.
If you want to disarm your accuser, tell the truth, says Solly Moeng.
A user is frustrated because he cannot get credit even though he's out of debt review.
Some companies are clueless about engaging with consumers on social media.
Why pay five-star costs for three-star accommodation, asks Mandi Smallhorne.
Zimbabwe's finance minister Patrick Chinamasa has criticised South African banks for wanting to charge more when its neighbour approaches them for loans.
Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe is not on a "begging visit" to South Africa, his information minister Jonathan Moyo claims.
Fashion designer Carl Lagerfeld has just proved that fashion and tech can indeed go together!
Pay-tv provider MultiChoice has rejected several allegations from publishing company Caxton regarding a deal with the South African Broadcasting Corporation.
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