SA needs to go clean up its act to deliver on its brand promise and invitation, says Solly Moeng.
Through persuasion, good leaders can become the best leaders, says Ian Mann.
Climate-related consequences are raising food prices, joblessness, crime, and instability.
Stock prices in South African banks have followed their European counterparts higher as concerns about the health of banks hammered shares globally.
Concern about the global economy, and particularly the Chinese economy, has been the main theme on world markets and the JSE.
Here are five shares to watch, according to an analyst at Overberg Asset Management.
South African mining stocks gained the most in six weeks as a slump in the dollar made commodities priced in the US currency more attractive to investors.
The softer dollar was particularly good news for resources shares worldwide and on the JSE some resources shares moved spectacularly higher.
Share prices on the JSE has gone against the global trend and the major indices are still clinging to their modest gains.
JSE-listed Moneyweb says it will likely report a decrease of between 675% and 696% in headline earnings per share for the six month period ended 31 December 2015.
Necessary to protect local networks
Bad, as it will stifle competition
I don’t care, I don’t think it affects me
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