We need to expose defaulters and take back our municipalities now, says Mandi Smallhorne.
The WEF has provided little in the way of responsive and responsible leadership, says Terry Bell.
No South African, with or without a job, should be condemned to poverty, says Patrick Craven.
According to the latest Big Mac Index by The Economist, the local unit is undervalued by 62.70% and should be trading at R5.20/$.
Cape Town and Johannesburg rank among the top 50 cities attractive to the ultra-rich when they decide where to buy luxury urban real estate, shows a report.
There are jobs available for doctors, but hospitals are seemingly unable to pay them, says a Fin24 user.
Rains bring some relief, but foreign chickens have come home to roost.
The government hopes by the end of this coming week to reach an agreement with the three major labour federations on details for a comprehensive social security package.
The lawyer for Gupta-linked Oakbay Investments has denied that 72 of the company’s transactions, which were flagged by the Financial Intelligence Centre, are suspicious.
Gupta-owned Oakbay Investments wants the certificate, listing 72 transactions amounting to almost R7bn, to be disregarded in its entirety.
The so-called 72 suspicious transactions involving the Gupta brothers do not warrant further investigation, says Oakbay Investments in an affidavit.
Oakbay Investments puts in perspective the affiliation of President Jacob Zuma's son Duduzane with certain of its businesses.
Have a look at this infographic tracking the wealthy Gupta family's battle with the banks.
The SA government cannot support the economy, because it has actually become too big for the size of the economy, says Nedbank economist Nicky Weimar.
Market sentiment may be driven by politicians and not central banks' monetary policies.
New digital platforms are crowdsourcing usual advertising functions as budget cuts bite.
MTN's Stephen van Coller talks about blockchain and the revolution in management.
African billionaires are eyeing prime Gauteng properties.
Despite the rand's roller-coaster moves in 2016, the unit may extend its rally in 2017.
Past legacies must be attended to, and trust in government needs to be restored.
A new year brings new opportunities. Follow these tips to be a top manager in 2017.
An analyst crunches numbers and explains why the 'buy' option was the right choice for him.
Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan speaks to Bloomberg Television at the World Economic Forum about the SA economy, Donald Trump and the ANC's upcoming leadership election.
Rising commodity prices, lower inflation and an uptick in economic growth will make 2017 a less ugly year than 2016, predicts BNP Paribas securities.
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