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2019-02-14 10:11 Can Cyril kick corruption to the curb? Although it's early days (and Eskom's shadow looms), President Cyril Ramaphosa's State of the Nation address contained important announcements that will be game-changing for our economy and governance.
2019-02-11 17:52 The real ramifications of ‘Bosasa Gate’ Angelo Agrizzi’s testimony before the Zondo Commission detailed how government tenders were allegedly secured through cash bribes. Tenders that could have helped small businesses to become future ...
2019-02-05 10:40 Debt: evil or enabling? South Africa needs urgent investment in public infrastructure to improve productivity. But should our government be borrowing money to do this?
2019-01-29 10:58 Finding an identity worth fighting for South Africa is deeply fragmented. In this ever-important election year, politicians need to focus on mending these fractures in order to build a society that recognises everyone’s dignity – and ...
2019-01-08 13:59 Conflicting fundamental drivers of oil to overshadow OPEC headlines As we head into 2019, oil prices are poised to be pulled and tugged by conflicting fundamental drivers, with various uncertain market conditions clouding the medium- to longer-term outlook.

Ramaphosa is missing an economic policy. What needs to be in it. 2019-01-08 11:55 In this article, originally published on The Conversation, professor Mark Swilling of Stellenbosch University explains why we need a policy that drives growth and positions SA for the 21st Century.
Five young economists to listen to 2018-12-18 13:50 ... and how their ideas might shape our future, according to finweek contributor Johan Fourie.
Correcting the ‘original sin’ fairly 2018-12-18 13:42 Amending Section 25 of our Constitution, with the aim to correct past injustices, has been fraught with tension. But it also highlights Parliament’s apparent inability to allow for proper public ...
The importance of our teachers 2018-11-29 09:38 The idea that teachers have a powerful influence over their students is not new, but proving the link between a teacher’s expectations and a student’s outcomes has been difficult. Until now.
Be careful what you wish for 2018-11-21 11:55 While big investment by multinationals is often welcomed in Africa, not all investment results in favourable outcomes for businesses and people on the continent.
It does not have to be a trade-off between jobs and green energy 2018-11-21 10:30 It is inevitable that South Africa has to start relying more on clean energy sources, but we also cannot just walk away from our massive coal deposits, and the thousands of jobs it supplies. So w ...
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Home is where the heart is…

Feb 18 2019 14:46

…but your portfolio might be better off elsewhere. Ainsley To and Deon Gouws, head of the multi-asset team and chief investment officer at Credo Wealth, respectively, explain why.

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