The cost of uninformed medical consent runs into billions, says Mandi Smallhorne.
Athens' relations with the EU was an accident waiting to happen, says Leopold Scholtz.
Nene's budget may be a touch too conservative, says Jaco Leuvennink.
Egypt's central bank says it has sold $420m in the interbank market, after a regularly held dollar auction did not take place.
Libya's oil production is now at more than 400 000 barrels per day, says an official from the National Oil Corporation.
Ghana has reached an agreement with the IMF for a three-year aid deal worth around $1bn aimed at restoring fiscal stability to the West African state, a source says.
Nigeria will call an extraordinary meeting of Opec if crude oil prices slip any further, in a sign of growing alarm over the impact of oil's collapse on oil
Namibia is still waiting for R100m drought relief promised by President Jacob Zuma during his state visit in November 2013.
A court has acquitted a minister, who served under Hosni Mubarak, in a retrial after a 2012 conviction for selling Israel natural gas at below market price.
Plans for a hydro-electric power plant between Zambia and Zimbabwe have been expanded to 2 400 from 1 600 megawatts.
Qalaa Holdings, one of Egypt's largest investment companies, has approved a share swap with subsidiary companies that equates to a $223m capital increase.
Libya's Hariga oil port will halt crude exports for around 10 days to make repairs to a damaged pipeline linking it with the Sarir oil field, says an official.
Mine expansion plans for companies in Zimbabwe and the growth of the crucial industry is now under threat because of continued depressed metal prices.
Living conditions for most Zimbabweans have taken a turn for the worst, according to a survey which shows 44% of Zimbabweans skip a meal.
What you need to keep your family going in a worst-case scenario.
Mentorship is the cornerstone to building a successful career as an entrepreneur.
Tax relief for small businesses and start-ups is a positive move, say experts.
High net worth individuals are in for a shock from the National Budget, expert says.
Mandi Smallhorne says President Zuma should've been honest about Sona chaos.
An entrepreneur found out the hard way that banks are not the only ones with money.
First learn about business before taking the entrepreneurial leap, says an expert.
Let us focus on job creation instead of bashing unions, says Mandi Smallhorne.
The United States has eased restrictions on the export of some personal telecommunications devices to Sudan such as smartphones and computers.
Businesspeople in SA and Kenya need to work on the synergies that would give life to political commitments, says the dti.
The Italian government is pushing to speed up the roll-out of ultrafast broadband networks to help its ailing economy.
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