South Africa saw a dramatic slow-down in foreign direct investment flows in 2014, mirroring the experience of the rest of the globe.
IMF revised its growth forecast for sub-Saharan Africa down to 4.9% from 5.8% in 2015, and SA's growth has been reduced to 2.1% from a previous 2.3%.
What we cannot do in South Africa, and where Zelda la Grange made a mistake, is to allow others to define who we are and where we belong.
Zimbabwe's new Indigenisation minister says foreigners should feel lucky that they are getting such a large amount of shares in local businesses.
Zimbabwe's Cabinet has ordered that an equity law which forces foreign companies to cede majority shareholding to local investors be amended.
From New Year's Day, Zimbabwe wll ban foreigners from owning a majority stake in a host of businesses.
Logistics play a vital role in the economy of a country and South Africa has to invest to ensure growth and future prosperity, analysts say.
Minister in the Presidency Trevor Manuel has urged mining investors to see South Africa as an attractive place for foreign investment.