Zim's leaders are clueless about managing the economy or leading the nation, says Malcom Sharara.
Journalists seems to know more than those paid to govern us, says Mandi Smallhorne.
Private firms can't be blamed for picking up anything lucrative on offer, says Terry Bell.
Investors have started paying for the privilege of owning German government bonds as fears of a Brexit and economic worries caused a rush to German debt.
The European Central Bank has bought €348m worth of corporate bonds on the first day of including company debt in its extended asset purchase programme.
Yields on South African government bonds have dropped to seven-week lows, pushed down by inflation data and a mini budget that went down well with investors.
The Treasury is still on track to implement an electronic platform for primary dealers trading government bonds on the secondary market.
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.
Standard Bank’s latest smartphone app now enables customers to make international payments to recipients in 200 countries, the company has said.
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