Do policymakers actually consider improving trade performance, asks Geoffrey Chapman.
It's an iron law: no electricity, no modern economy, says Leopold Scholtz.
SA's biggest mobile operators have found a new revenue stream, says Gugu Lourie.
Stocks on the JSE have ended little changed as investors weighed downbeat data on business activity in China that hit metal prices.
Banking shares have recovered from the hammering following a Moody's downgrade, but the Resources index is still losing ground led by BHP Billiton.
Moody’s decision to cut the local currency deposit rating for SA’s big four banks, has not only knocked their share prices, but pushed the rest of the JSE lower.
South African stocks have been down, with mining companies taking the most points off the index after BHP Billiton announced plans to spin off businesses worth.
The JSE has reacted negatively to the results of two of the biggest shares on the market, which set the tone for the day’s trading.
South African stocks have posted a second straight session of gains, led by the world's top platinum mining companies.
The extremists of the Islamic State group have turned their social media into a theatre of horror, broadcasting a stomach-turning stream of battles, bombings and beheadings to a global audience.
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