We need to expose defaulters and take back our municipalities now, says Mandi Smallhorne.
The WEF has provided little in the way of responsive and responsible leadership, says Terry Bell.
No South African, with or without a job, should be condemned to poverty, says Patrick Craven.
The weaker dollar has pushed global markets sharply lower but supported commodity prices, making the JSE one of few exchanges where share prices have risen.
This week’s share watch will look in the rubbish bin of 2016 to see if there are any shares that still offer value, according to stocks analyst Kirk Swart.
All major indices on the JSE have been modestly lower as the world awaits clarification of Donald Trump's policies in his first speech as president of the US.
The three big dual-listed commodity giants have all again traded at new 52-week highs, but the rest of the market has however been more subdued.
Greater stability on world markets has helped the JSE regain its upwards momentum, although gains have been quite modest.
The JSE has taken a breather on European market jitters on fears that the UK is heading for a "hard" Brexit, pushing the pound to some of the lowest levels in three decades.
Many seeking love online are familiar with a ‘swipe left’ or a ‘swipe right’ on an app like Tinder – but a US start-up is hoping to apply the same principle finding adopted children.
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