Scared or compromised ANC leaders seem ready for collective suicide, says Solly Moeng.
‘White monopoly capital' is just a ploy to avoid SA’s real problems, say two analysts.
If SA were a company with its own share price, how would it perform, asks Jac Laubscher.
South African markets are on edge, awaiting any news of a possible cabinet reshuffle by President Jacob Zuma.
Financial shares have started the day’s trading on the JSE sharply lower as investors begin to discount the possibility of Pravin Gordhan being replaced as minister of finance.
Day 2 of the trading week continues to see turbulent markets on the back of Pravin Gordhan's recall, with the rand 4.8% weaker than its pre-debacle level.
Share prices on the JSE have been higher, with price movements driven by rand value rather than the uncertainties caused by Pravin Gordhan's recall from an investor roadshow.
Resources and other dual-listed shares have been somewhat stronger as the rand tumbled after Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan was recalled from an international roadshow.
Share prices on the JSE have once again been in limbo as the strong rand continues to put a cap on the big dual-listed shares.
A Town Hall Meeting by PCI Security Standards Council around cyber security is set to commence in Cape Town, the first time the conference is hosted in Africa.
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