SA is crying out for tough, principled, visionary leadership, says Mandi Smallhorne.
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Eulogising Nelson Mandela exposes current leadership deficiencies, writes Daniel Silke.
Tax incentives are being introduced for businesses that can show measurable electricity savings, the energy department says.
Gold mining companies are offering a basic wage increase from 6% to 6.5% to all labour unions within the sector, the Chamber of Mines says.
Technology is the answer, forget about the question, says Jarred Myers.
Resource nationalism needs a poison pill, says Jarred Myers.
The industry needs to change its attitude towards communities and shift from extractive to developmental mode, says new Anglo American CEO Mark Cutifani.
China’s campaign and race for resources globally is systematic and deliberate, acclaimed author Dambisa Moyo has told the mining indaba in Cape Town.
Government should take care not to chase away mining investors with unnecessary and heavy-handed statements, Gold Fields chairperson Mamphela Ramphele says.
Post-Marikana mining in SA has been irrevocably changed and there are many timebombs waiting to go off, Gold Fields chairperson Mamphela Ramphele says.
While most South Africans support foreign direct investment, they view corruption as the greatest hurdle to attracting it, a survey shows.
Amplats, the world's largest producer of platinum, has to be restructured to make it viable for the future, says outgoing Anglo CEO Cynthia Carroll.
Minister Susan Shabangu says the government is looking into ways to ensure that South Africa remains a destination of choice for mining companies.
A Fin24 user is keen to introduce SA to flat-pack solar-powered modular housing.
Toll fees in context with your daily finances - and the rest of the world.
A user wants to know if it is better to register a property in his own name or in a trust.
A property developer shares the secret to having a 'Top Billing' home.
Get the most out of your vehicle investment with these three steps.
Win one of 10 copies of Mind Your Business, the stories of prominent SA businesspeople.
Entrepreneurs who help clients make accurate forex decisions tell their story.
A user wants to know the tax implications of withdrawing a R100 000 investment.
One of the religious leaders who mediated talks between strikers and Lonmin management to end the deadly Marikana strike, has launched a blistering attack on mines.
The trend towards resource nationalism is nothing but an updated version of a very old economic system.
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