Fear is a tax and it's potentially undermining the efficiency of SA’s democracy.
The madness in our public institutions is not making taxpayers happy, says Solly Moeng.
Reinventing society will be an opportunity to create a better future, says Ian Mann.
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.
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.
The City of Tshwane is racing ahead with its free Wi-Fi programme for residents by upgrading the speed of its network as well the number of sites.
Good – it will improve quality of education
Teachers are not properly trained to implement it
As long as I don’t have to pay for it
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