Developments causing suffering today could lead to truly democratic decision-making.
The rand plunge reflects SA's leadership woes, says Leopold Scholtz.
The SA Tourism CEO should stop shifting blame for the visa fiasco, says Solly Moeng.
China's richest man says government needs to give up any 'fantasy' of maintaining high economic growth rates, while Beijing grapples to contain a market meltdown.
The alarming scale of China' s economic slowdown is pushing European exporters to accelerate a move into premium goods and services.
Trade between East Africa and China is expected to boom over the next five years despite a slowdown in the world’s second largest economy, say analysts.
China’s stocks have swung between gains and losses as traders weighed the impact of lower interest rates after the steepest four-day equity plunge since 1996.
The world market turmoil bears ominous similarities to the contagion that has laid Asian economies to waste beginning in 1997: pressure on regional currencies.
European Commission president Jean Claude Juncker has dismissed calls for a new EU summit on immigration, saying member states should start to implement existing agreement.
Investors who piled into China's stock market at the government's behest may have lost heavily in recent months, but many still cling to hopes of official rescue.
Britain says it wants to work with Iran's central bank to make it easier for UK banks to finance trade and investment in the country after a thaw in diplomatic relations.
European policymakers say they expected Greece to press on with reforms agreed under its new bailout regardless of Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras' decision to resign.
Signs China's slowdown is getting worse and weak growth in Europe have further damaged the outlook for the global economy.
US home resales have risen to a near eight-and-a-half-year high in July and factory activity in the mid-Atlantic region picked up this month.
A business owner asks about tax implications for his firm turning over R120 000 a year.
Business adviser, Scott Hansen equates using a GPS to the way you should run your business.
A user who wants to stop working at 55 wants to know if this is seen as early retirement.
Determining what may cause your business to go under can prevent future failure.
Business Partners has launched a R250m fund to grow female entrepreneurship in SA.
A research body says an ANC attack on the USA is ‘damaging' to SA foreign policy.
Taxpayers need to be aware of tax season-specific phishing tactics, says an expert.
White business has broken faith with Madiba's legacy, says Mzwanele Jimmy Manyi.
US oil prices have headed for their eighth consecutive week of falls, the longest losing streak since 1986, after a sharp drop in Chinese manufacturing data.
Greece's president has formally given the conservative opposition a chance to form a new government after leftist Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras resigned.
Four years after his death, Apple co-founder Steve Jobs still fascinates the public, with two major new films this fall analyzing his life and career.
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