• To do list

    Keep separate lists to ensure your to-dos don't get cluttered and gain stress-free productivity, Ian Mann.

  • Clueless leaders

    Zim's leaders are clueless about managing the economy or leading the nation, says Malcom Sharara.

  • Govt is out of touch

    Journalists seems to know more than those paid to govern us, says Mandi Smallhorne.

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Govt deals with about 4 000 tenders daily - Brown

Jun 28 2016 18:09

It’s impossible to know what’s happening with every single state tender, says chief procurement officer Kenneth Brown.


Now or never for business transformation - SA CEOs

Jun 27 2016 18:01

For South African CEOs it seems to be "now or never" to drive business transformation, according to KPMG’s 2016 Global CEO Outlook study.


Businessman convicted in one of biggest Western Cape fraud cases

Jun 27 2016 15:45

A Cape Town businessman whose scheme resulted in SARS losing R250m has been found guilty of fraud, racketeering, money laundering and reckless trading.


Gupta push for Jimmy Manyi as minerals DG - report

Jun 27 2016 14:23

The outspoken Mzwanele (Jimmy) Manyi is, at the behest of the Gupta family, a strong candidate to become director general of mineral resources.


Brexit means uncertainty for WC exporters – Wesgro

Jun 24 2016 20:17

Wesgro will be working with Western Cape businesses to mitigate the negative effects of Britain’s exit from the European Union, it said on Friday.


Brexit 'perfect storm' for indebted SA consumers - experts

Jun 24 2016 18:54

Brexit does not bode well for consumers already heavily in debt and SA is on the eve of a perfect storm, especially the poorest of the poor, says a debt expert.


British passport loses its shine after Brexit

Jun 24 2016 16:36

There is now a possibility where South Africans with a UK passport could lose out on the privileges of living and working in Europe without applying for visas.


Little room to defer policy response, says Sarb

Jun 24 2016 11:17

The South African Reserve Bank says there is little space to defer a monetary policy response with inflation expectations already close to the top end of its target.

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Water, sewage SA’s new ‘Eskom’ - expert

Jun 23 2016 18:00

Water strategy specialist Professor Anthony Turton says water is the new "Eskom" problem for South Africa, only a more complex one.


Eskom sees deeper cost cuts over NUM's demands

Jun 23 2016 19:01

Eskom says its latest pay hike offer to workers represented by NUM could lead the cash-strapped power utility into deeper cost cuts.

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Economic growth must trump population growth - economist

Jun 23 2016 19:10

Economic growth means nothing unless you can see it in the context of population growth, cautions analyst and political economist JP Landman.


Manyi: Private sector to blame for SA’s problems

Jun 23 2016 11:11

Jimmy Manyi, president of the Progressive Professionals Forum, has laid the blame for SA's current economic problems squarely at the door of the private sector.

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