We should be driven by the thought that SA belongs to all who live in it, says Solly Moeng.
2017 will see battles between politicians as well as those tired of politicking, says Daniel Silke.
Preparation and sound advice will turn entrepreneurial dreams into reality, says Ian Mann.
Outa called for more transparency with the draft Integrated Resources Plan, noting that the rushed public participation process is bordering on becoming illegal.
Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa has acknowledged R3 500 is neither a living wage nor a decent one, but it’s a good launching pad from where wages can be pulled up.
A re-optimised energy mix scenario, with 72% of renewables, could cost R90bn less than either of the IRP 2016’s base case and carbon scenarios.
Ratings agencies are not overly concerned with SA's political noise, says Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa. Instead, they want to know where economic growth will come from.
The Department of Trade and Industry has denied that it funded the Progressive Youth in Business to the tune of R200 000 as claimed by the Democratic Alliance.
The Department of Trade and Industry has dismissed claims that it was extravagant by spending R1.26m on the purchase of two vehicles for Minister Rob Davies.
Ratification of the Financial Intelligence Centre Bill is urgent and further delays could dent SA's global reputation, warns Banking Association of SA MD Cas Coovadia.
CEOs believe the local unit’s recent gains will be short-lived, and that its value may depreciate even further in 2017.
Neither the Progressive Professionals Forum nor the Black Business Forum have based their objections to the Financial Intelligence Centre Bill on a legal opinion, says Treasury.
The Coca-Cola Company has funded research by respected think tank the SA Institute for Race Relations on taxing sugar-sweetened beverages, Fin24 can reveal.
Des van Rooyen, Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs, has delivered a desperate plea to MPs to approve adjustments to his department’s budget.
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Responsible investing and activism shareholding enforce ethical dealings.
Invoiceworx wants to help SMMEs access credit quickly and transparently.
If health minister resigns and the NHI fails, that could be a positive outcome, says analyst.
Property still provides attractive yields when it comes to investing.
A couple of small and cost-effective interventions can help you prevent a resignation.
A look at the rare combination of events that made the year so bad for SA's economy.
SA's party-list electoral system has produced unaccountable and corrupt politicians.
Fitch Ratings has affirmed the long-term issuer default ratings of four banks, while revising their outlooks to negative from stable.
The country may struggle to hit previously projected gross domestic product growth in 2016 amid disappointing third-quarter GDP expansion of 0.2%, say economists.
As 2016 draws to a close, social network Twitter is choosing to celebrate highlights throughout the year with the #ThisHappened hashtag.
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