Employers' body Neasa is playing a potentially dangerous game, says Terry Bell.
All players should first consider the net result of their actions, says Leopold Scholtz.
BEE may be hindering Telkom's plans to offload redundant real estate, says Gugu Lourie.
Power utility Eskom has sold R260m in ES42 bonds at a clearing yield of 9.975%, slightly higher than 9.935% at its last sale in May.
Yields on short-dated bonds have fallen to session lows after reserve bank governor Gill Marcus dampened hopes of steep rate hikes.
The rand has been softer against the dollar, retreating a few cents after data showed a slow down of growth in credit extension to the private sector in June.
Government bonds have been largely steady and the rand remained in range of its previous levels, ahead of the Reserve Bank's decision on interest rates.
The rand has touched its strongest level in more than a week against the dollar, joining a global rally triggered by comments from the US Federal Reserve.
Fin24 users provide their own personal tips on how to save money instead of trying to keep up with the Joneses.
USB devices such as keyboards, thumb-drives and mice can be used to hack into personal computers in a potential new class of attacks, researchers say.
Is a sign that Cosatu wants to even the scales.
Signals that Neasa should stand their ground.
Can cause job losses.
Shows that labour relations are complicated.
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