Warts and all, rating agencies kept SA on the straight and narrow, says Daniel Silke.
Ford SA lost the plot right after the tragic death of a Kuga owner in 2015, says Solly Moeng.
SA needs visible law enforcement to reduce our ghastly road death toll, says Mandi Smallhorne.
The three big dual-listed commodity giants have all again traded at new 52-week highs, but the rest of the market has however been more subdued.
Greater stability on world markets has helped the JSE regain its upwards momentum, although gains have been quite modest.
The JSE has taken a breather on European market jitters on fears that the UK is heading for a "hard" Brexit, pushing the pound to some of the lowest levels in three decades.
Overberg Asset Management analyst Kirk Swart looks at notable South African companies in this week's five shares to watch.
Resources shares have continued to pull the JSE higher, with global markets treading water as euphoria about economic stimulus by the Trump government begins to wear off.
Share prices on the JSE have been heading upwards again after the customary profit-taking earlier in the day, with resources the best performing shares over the past week.
Government says the cybercrimes and cybersecurity bill’s final draft will not give any power for the State Security Agency to control the internet or spy on local users.
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