SA has many Pistoriuses who also warrant prime time on TV, says Mzwandile Jacks.
Many women still have no real choices and little to celebrate, says Terry Bell.
Eskom's underlying problem is increasing maintenance needs, says John Kemp.
South African stocks have ended a see-saw session virtually unchanged as investors digested the widely watched US jobs data.
February was a gloomy month for the Zimbabwean equities market, despite both Zimbabwe Stock Exchange indices recording marginal gains.
Gold shares climbed nearly 2% on the JSE, but the rest of the market was flat as investors await American economic indicators to give it direction.
South Africa's main indices hit record highs, despite Eskom imposing rolling blackouts, as investors piled into firms that reported stronger profits.
All major JSE indices are up, led by the gold index, with the All-share and Top 40 close to new records as good company results embolden investors.
South African stocks have ended lower, with charts suggesting the main indices have limited upside after hitting several record highs in the past few weeks.
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