SA has already embarked on a slippery slope to autocracy, warns Terry Bell in Inside Labour.
Protests in Zimbabwe are forcing Mugabe to face anti-government sentiment, says Memory Mataranyika.
Officials who try to do what's right risk far more than blessed wrongdoers, says Solly Moeng.
Wall Street stocks have treaded water as Boeing shares took a hit after the company announced that it would take a $2.1bn charge against second quarter earnings.
Commodity and energy producers have led Europe’s shares lower for a second day, with the region’s equities trimming a second weekly gain.
Chinese stocks have headed for their first weekly decline in a month, sending a measure of price swings to its lowest level since 2014.
Emerging-market stocks have fallen the most in two weeks on fears central banks around the world are drawing back from injecting stimulus.
Asian markets have fallen, tracking the Dow on Wall Street's first loss in six sessions, with traders left disappointed by comments that caused them to roll back stimulus hopes.
The Dow's six-day streak of records has ended as US stocks tumbled, pulled down in part by disappointing earnings from Dow member Intel.
Japan isn't taking any chances when it comes to the safety of impatient fans awaiting the release of Pokemon Go in the country where the cutesy monsters were born.
Good news for debt-ridden consumers
Not helping the economy
I don't know
Previous results ·
Suggest a vote
Get your financial questions answered.
News delivered really simply.
Easy-to-use personal finance tools.
You choose what you want.
Lost? Confused? Problems? Let us help you.