The right leadership will help SA shed its culture of violence, says Mandi Smallhorne.
Susan Erasmus gives advice on how bargain hunters can get the most bang for their buck.
Labour's bitter breaches need to be seen in historical context, says Terry Bell.
Alleged flash-crash spoofer Navinder Singh Sarao is the sort of day-trader who whines a lot about how markets are rigged against him, says Bloomberg's Matt Levine.
US stocks have opened higher, extending last week's record-breaking rally at the start of a busy week on Wall St.
European shares have edged lower in early trading, with lingering concerns over Greece's debt situation prompting investors to trade cautiously.
Shanghai has led several Asian stock markets higher as traders bet on fresh economy-boosting measures in China.
The main index of the Athens stock exchange has shot up 4.43% to 769.63 points in midday trading on hopes that Greece will make progress towards a deal.
Shanghai and Tokyo shares have been hit by profit-taking but most other Asian markets rose after a positive US lead as the Nasdaq broke a 15-year-old record high.
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