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.
It is unlikely that UK Prime Minister is actually going to remain in power, she has a divided cabinet and Britons are in denial about the economic impact of Brexit, George Soros said.
Trump wants a weaker dollar. China wants a stronger yuan. Will they make a deal?
Oil producers say that their landmark December deal to slash output by almost two million barrels per day is on track, as they meet to review progress.
China's largest chip maker has announced it will invest $30bn to build a new semiconductor factory, as the country seeks to reduce its dependence on foreign technology.
Bank of Cyprus says its listing on the London Stock Exchange shows it has successfully recovered from 2013's financial crisis, weeks after repaying a €11.4bn bailout.
Dutch agricultural exports set a new record in 2016 at almost $100bn, ensuring the tiny country remains the world's number two exporter of such goods after the United States.
Nigeria may consider itself a regional aviation hub but years of mismanagement and now recession have blighted domestic airline operations.
Russia has cut its oil production by some 100 000 barrels a day, says Energy Minister Alexander Novak ahead of a key meeting in Vienna.
US President Donald Trump has signaled a sharp break on energy and the environment policy, announcing plans to undo climate policies and promote domestic energy development as part of his "America First" agenda.
UK Chancellor of the Exchequer has told a Davos gathering that an inflation pickup will put a damper on consumers this year. The first signs may already be appearing.
Europe’s largest economy is defying concerns that the mass arrival of people from war-torn countries, including Syria and Iraq, would lift joblessness and hurt growth.
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.
Moody’s has agreed to pay almost $864m to resolve a multiyear US investigation relating to the company inflating ratings on mortgage securities.
Small businesses have been left in the cold as politicians and big business gather in Davos for the World Economic Forum, according to Sage CEO Stephen Kelly.
Many seeking love online are familiar with a ‘swipe left’ or a ‘swipe right’ on an app like Tinder – but a US start-up is hoping to apply the same principle finding adopted children.
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