A smokescreen of misleading rhetoric won't make SA's problems go away, says Terry Bell.
SA badly needs leaders like the man who turned Singapore around, says Leopold Scholtz.
There is rising demand for the country’s high-tech products, says Arthur Goldstuck.
European stocks have risen in early trade, halting a sharp two-day retreat as a renewed fall in the euro currency helped boost the shares of exporting companies.
Asian markets have advanced clawing back some of the previous day's losses, but traders remain on edge as they track the crisis in Yemen.
Wall Street stocks have ended lower in volatile trade spurred by the Yemen crisis.
Europe's main stock markets pulled back on Thursday, with London's benchmark FTSE 100 index ending the day down 1.37% at 6 895.33 points.
US stocks have dropped amid worries about the Yemen crisis and the potential overvaluation of some equities, including in the biotech and semiconductor sectors.
European stock markets have fallen on concerns over Greek finances as investors waited for Athens to come through with a reform plan to seal a new deal.
The ousting of two SABC board members this week did not follow the correct procedures, says the Democratic Alliance.
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