Punitive laws just drive obnoxious notions underground, where they can fester in secret.
We should be driven by the thought that SA belongs to all who live in it, says Solly Moeng.
2017 will see battles between politicians as well as those tired of politicking, says Daniel Silke.
The firing of former finance minister Nhlanhla Nene could have pushed SA over the economic precipice, but the crisis became a beacon to guide us into the future, says Daniel Silke.
Punitive laws just intimidate and drive obnoxious notions underground where they can fester and multiply in secret, says Terry Bell.
A closer look at the politics within the ANC suggests that this is a fight between two factions, both of them products of trends in the economy, explains Prof Steven Friedman.
While Zuma's ill-gained throne gradually falls apart one single sentence should drive us, and that is that South Africa belongs to all who live in it, says Solly Moeng.
Government makes much of its efforts of putting more land in the hands of the previously disenfranchised black majority, but many continue to wallow in poverty, academics say.
Cuba’s successes are surely worth a long, hard look, with the aim of emulating them if possible, writes Mandi Smallhorne.
Too many people believe that having a dream that you want badly enough is sufficient to attract it into reality. That is simply delusional, says Ian Mann.
Monetary policy targeting price stability is a necessary condition for financial stability, but it is not a sufficient condition says economist Jac Laubscher.
The new year is set to be a battle not only between political heavyweights but between those clamouring for action rather than mere politicking, says Daniel Silke.
‘Low fuel,” a bright yellow light signals on the dashboard. I am on my way to the airport for a flight taking me from Mexico City to Guadalajara that leaves in an hour and a half.
More and more local companies are looking for skills overseas as their global counterparts poach from SA, writes Jesse Green.
Feeling ignored or ostracised can undermine your confidence and career prospects.
Redistributed land should be used productively instead of simply acquiring it.
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Responsible investing and activism shareholding enforce ethical dealings.
Invoiceworx wants to help SMMEs access credit quickly and transparently.
If health minister resigns and the NHI fails, that could be a positive outcome, says analyst.
Property still provides attractive yields when it comes to investing.
A couple of small and cost-effective interventions can help you prevent a resignation.
Unions and fee-free campaigners should consult the various initiatives around SA that can provide guidance toward the sort of education and support systems it needs, says Terry Bell.
There is a complete lack of clarity surrounding the sale of 10 million barrels from the strategic stockpile and the terms on which they were sold, says Anton van Dalsen.
Virtual Reality is likely to see a spike in usage in 2017 with numerous manufacturers unveiling new technologies in the industry – the latest being Facebook’s Oculus Rift.
Is good for foreign investment
Won't ease the lot of the jobless and destitute
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