From Isaac Newtonian on going off the grid: This is the only chance SA has.
Government should know its strengths and leave the rest to the experts, says Malcom Sharara.
You can get the income and lifestyle you want, says Ian Mann.
The JSE has been treading water, slowly drifting lower as global financial markets wait for news on an emergency eurozone summit on the Greek crisis.
The JSE has recovered remarkably well after opening sharply down, tracking global markets lower as the Greek contagion hit emerging market stocks.
Update: After a referendum in which Greeks rejected economic rescue measures, the JSE has opened markedly lower, tracking global markets as the contagion hits emerging countries.
The JSE has slipped in line with the rest of the world, as markets nervously await Sunday's crucial referendum in Greece over its debt negotiations.
The JSE has again been somewhat rudderless, with most major indices moving sideways as market volatility is expected to continue until Sunday’s referendum in Greece.
Zimbabwe’s equities market had a dismal performance in the first half of 2015, with 35 of the 64 listed counters closing in the red.
Samsung and BlackBerry have announced the first results of a partnership designed to provide secure Android smartphones for enterprise users.
Fantastic – more suburbs should follow their example
Unrealistic, it may not be sustainable
I don’t know, it doesn’t affect me
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