All claims of fact made in the media should be verifiable, says Mandi Smallhorne.
It has been a grave mistake to defy both Russia and France, says Leopold Scholtz.
No political figure seems to have the guts to speak out against Dudu Myeni, says Solly Moeng.
Johannesburg will become a megacity by 2030, meaning the city will have to adapt to accommodate over 10 million residents, with the internet key to its nerve system
Analysts say Fitch Ratings will this week cut its assessment to the lowest investment grade, while Standard & Poor’s should keep its rating at one level above junk
Outstanding e-toll bills are related to an unjust law which makes it unnecessary for businesses to disclose them as debt to shareholders, says anti-tolls body Outa.
The Western Cape province says it will ask the government to classify the region’s water shortages as a disaster, enabling farmers to apply for financial assistance.
Underlying activity in sectors such as retail, new vehicle trade and manufacturing has weakened by more than it had done in the third quarter.
Economic Development minister also tells Cosatu that government will use instruments such as tariff hikes to protect jobs in sectors threatened by imports.
When the US Fed actually hikes rates there is likely to be a further burst of rand weakness, says Overberg Asset Management in its weekly overview of the SA economic landscape.
With SA recording the slowest year-on-year growth since the final quarter of 2009 in the third quarter of 2015, the wage bill growth may have to be trimmed, says John Loos.
The drought, low commodity prices and visa restrictions could shift South Africa into a recession by early next year, warns economist Mike Schussler.
The mining (-9.8), electricity (-8%) and agriculture (-12.6%) sectors contracted in the third quarter, pulling down growth in other sectors, says Statistics SA.
SA's proposed carbon tax will boost growth in the economy, provided the revenue is reinvested in green-energy projects, according to a research group.
A new definition of expropriation has a potential risk for all who own any form of property in SA.
Most Fin24 users are sceptical about the idea of banks rolling out fingerprint ATMs.
A closer look at three firms that offer value despite the market trading at all-time highs.
An economist questions Sarb's theory of using inflation targeting as the measure for rate hikes.
Your credit rating can determine the cost of your debt.
Data shows SA has narrowly shunned recession, but many say it's still inevitable.
Annual reports have become a marketing tool for many JSE-listed firms, says Alec Hogg
Before developing an investment strategy, you need to determine your risk tolerance.
Goldman Sachs has recommended buying the Mexican peso and Russian ruble against the rand as one of the top global trades for 2016.
SA will probably decrease its estimate for wheat production by 2.7% this season as the country's worst drought in 23 years affected planting, a survey shows.
Social media mentions of Black Friday grew more than 300% this year in South Africa compared to 2014, according to an online customer engagement agency.
Going to negatively affect consumers this festive season
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