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Lynley Donnelly  

Lynley Donnelly  

    SA airports fly, even if SAA flails
    SA airports fly, even if SAA flails
    The growth of international traffic at airports such as Cape Town’s demonstrates that South Africa does not need a state-owned airline to carry...
    SA’s sugar industry under assault
    SA’s sugar industry under assault
    South Africa’s sugar industry faces tough times — even without the imposition of a tax on sugary drinks. The tax has been delayed until...
    Academics list Eskom failures to help inquiry
    Academics list Eskom failures to help inquiry
    A group of academics released a “reference booklet” this week to assist members of Parliament’s public enterprises committee in their...
    World renewables blow nukes up
    World renewables blow nukes up
    Globally, new renewable energy is coming on stream at lower prices than the operating and maintenance costs of some nuclear power stations.
    Finance ministry denies plans are in place to fire PIC CEO Matjila
    Finance ministry denies plans are in place to fire PIC CEO Matjila
    The finance ministry has denied rumours that there are plans afoot to oust Dan Matjila, the chief executive of the Public Investment Corporation...
    Sars 'unduly delays' tax refunds
    Sars 'unduly delays' tax refunds
    "Seriously worrisome" is how the tax ombud, Judge Bernard Ngoepe, described some of the findings in a report by his office into the delayed payment...
    Unpaid pensions saga hots up
    Unpaid pensions saga hots up
    The Financial Services Board (FSB) has moved to clarify its efforts to resolve the ballooning problem of unclaimed pension benefits, even as civil...
    Fat-cat bosses need to slim down
    Fat-cat bosses need to slim down
    Rules to curb chief executives’ income in the United Kingdom appear to be working, which raises the question: Should South Africa start regulating how top corporate leaders get paid?...
    Forget Zuma, jobs are the issue
    Forget Zuma, jobs are the issue
    The news that Jacob Zuma survived another vote of no confidence was not the worst news of the week. The worst news was arguably the unemployment...
    Uncertainty is now SA’s ‘new normal’
    Uncertainty is now SA’s ‘new normal’
    No confidence. This summed up consumer and investor sentiment in the country ahead of this week’s motion in Parliament against President Jacob...
    Stockpiles of cash 'ripe for reinvestment'
    Stockpiles of cash 'ripe for reinvestment'
    The cash reserves that South Africa’s largest firms are sitting on have soared in recent years, according to new research examining the investment...
    Why the public protector's Absa billions report should be binned according to SARB
    Why the public protector's Absa billions report should be binned according to SARB
    The South African Reserve Bank (SARB) tore into Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane’s report on the Absa-Bankorp lifeboat, in a new court...