Terry Bell looks at difficulties and hope on the public sector horizon.
Economies will stabilise only when interference with pricing stops, says Edward Ingram.
SA is in denial about the causes of xenophobic attacks, says Solly Moeng.
A sound educational culture is key to genuine upliftment, says Leopold Scholtz.
A dip in oil prices last year has increased hardship in Angola, one of the world's most unequal countries, stirring resentment towards President Eduardo dos Santos.
Once touted as the new growth frontier, Africa's glittering investment opportunities seem to have faded as commodities lose their shine, says Malcom Sharara.
Thousands of Ghanaians have marched peacefully through parts of Accra to protest the government's failure to solve a three-year long electric power crisis.
Private investment and technological advances are key to boosting power generation in Africa where an estimated 600 million people lack access to electricity.
Transmission system interconnectivity and leveraging South Africa’s and other African natural resources is becoming an important requirement, says an expert.
A survey by one of Zimbabwe's leading employment consultant firms has shown that directors make at least 40 times more than their general hands.
The Zimbabwean government is set to take over a $1.3bn debt from the the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe through the RBZ Debt assumption bill.
The discovery of oil in Lake Albert unleashed dreams of an economic windfall for Uganda's 38 million people, but development has proceeded at a snail's pace.
Nigeria's finance minister says the country is borrowing money to pay salaries as it struggles through a "difficult cash crunch" brought on by halved oil prices.
The Democratic Republic of Congo's central bank says copper and gold production have risen sharply in the first quarter of 2015.
A sound educational culture is key to true upliftment, says Leopold Scholtz.
Trade union rivarly poses a threat to fragile labour relations, says an expert.
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AA legislation trumps the constitution, which states SA is a non-racial democracy.
Money management is one of the most common challenges in a marriage, says an expert.
An international campaign aims to stop the harm caused by doctors.
The Bandwidth Barn in Khayelitsha is an answer for township entrepreneurs.
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Zimbabwe has asked for financial support from the West for the first time in a decade at a meeting of Western diplomats and international lenders.
Shell has agreed with a Nigerian fishing community of in the Niger Delta to start the clean up of two devastating oil spills in 2008, say activists and locals.
France's highest administrative court has backed restrictions on unlicensed taxi services in a decision that will hit US start-up Uber.
Good, it will stabilise Eskom's finances
Unfair to consumers who pay for power in those municipalities
It makes no difference to me
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