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.
Europe's main stock markets have fallen awaiting more high-level talks on the Greek crisis and following heavy losses the day before.
European shares have steadied, recouping some of the previous session's decline, before a eurozone summit on the Greek debt crisis later in the day.
Chinese stocks have resumed falling despite the government unveiling an unprecedented package of measures to boost the flagging market.
US stocks have fallen moderately, joining most global bourses in moving lower after the Greek vote against more austerity measures raised fears of a euro exit.
Asian markets have mostly recovered from the previous day's Greece-fuelled sell-off, but Shanghai sank again after warnings that a recent rout may not be enough.
Europe's main stock markets have fallen after Greece rejected creditors' austerity demands in a weekend referendum and fears rose that it could crash out of the eurozone.
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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