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.
Financial shares on the JSE with direct exposure to the UK economy have traded sharply down, which in turn led the rest of the market lower.
Gold shares have been the big winners on the JSE as investors poured into safe havens to escape global market turmoil after Britain voted to leave the European Union.
Local investors have mostly been on the sidelines, with slight gains in the two main indices as the Resources index strengthened 1.10% in morning trade.
Financial shares have been the biggest winners on the JSE, as the local market rides a wave of renewed global risk appetite as investors bet Britain will stay in the EU.
Overberg Asset Management analyst Kirk Swart looks at shares which made interesting international movements in this week's five shares to watch.
JSE investors have been cautious as it appears the UK referendum on Britain’s future will be a close call, putting a damper on the prices of the major dual-listed shares.
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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