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Constitution demands radical change
Constitution demands radical change
As we celebrate 20 years of South Africa’s Constitution, it is obvious that we should reflect on what it stands for and whether the ideals it...
Massive foreign sell-off jolts SA
Massive foreign sell-off jolts SA
Foreign investors pulled R12.8-billion out of the country in just one week this year. This was foreign capital invested in JSE-listed equities and...
It's time to kickstart the economy
It's time to kickstart the economy
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Hero to zero – we have been warned
Hero to zero – we have been warned
The Brazilian economy, once held up as a shining example for South Africa to emulate, has since plummeted into economic turmoil. It seems to be a...
Drought stalks SA crops and economy
Drought stalks SA crops and economy
If you thought being a miner was tough, try being a farmer.
Editorial: SA's sun will come out – tomorrow
Editorial: SA's sun will come out – tomorrow
South Africa has always been a land of contradictions, or what some portray as a kind of self-designed exceptionalism. Its history, by default, has...
SA can grow out of its problems
SA can grow out of its problems
Amid power shortages, job losses and flagging economic growth, there hasn't been much good news for South Africans of late.
Economic effects of load-shedding hit home
Economic effects of load-shedding hit home
The shock of Eskom's load shedding has finally hit home, even as the China and terms-of-trade shocks are only starting to build, said Nomura analyst...

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