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Opinion 2019-11-10 10:54

South Africans are a cynical lot. It’s one of our better traits, but it can also mean we don't spot the country's green shoots.

Featured 2019-10-25 17:17

Work environments can be fast-paced and very often stressful. This atmosphere tends to stifle creativity and collaboration, which is detrimental to employees and businesses.

World 2019-10-25 11:07

An agreement between Russia and Ethiopia has been concluded on the sidelines of the Russia-Africa Economic Forum in Sochi on Thursday, according to Rosatom.

Investment 2019-10-23 08:41

Imagine a personal financial manager who focuses solely on your financial goals. Now imagine the costs related to such an agreement. And now imagine if AI could make such a service affordable to you.

Opinion 2019-10-23 06:02

The Russia-Africa summit represents Moscow's growing geo-political and security clout on the continent, which is likely to test African governments and non-state actors, says Mills Soko.

Companies 2019-10-17 21:11

EOH Mthombo is disposing of its 100% interest in the Data World Group to help settle its debts following an investigation into suspicious transactions.

Financial Services 2019-10-11 15:00

Patrice Rassou, former head of equities at Sanlam Investment Managers, has been appointed Chief Investment Officer at Asburton Investments, the asset management arm of FirstRand.

Financial Services 2019-10-08 17:30

The group's chair says it will limit new coal financing to below 0.5% of total loans and advances.

Opinion 2019-10-05 08:30

In the 1970s, university professor Doyne Farmer and two physics students built a tiny computer that could be hidden in a shoe, which could predict where roulette balls would land. At casinos in Las Vegas, they communicated with toe-controlled switches about what bets to make. Their winnings were great, but they quit because "we were nervous about getting our kneecaps broken". Today, Farmer works in global finance.

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