A study of pink plastic pearls shows that Africa will have to make big sacrifices if its children are to be employed
Market pressures have driven sightholders to rebel against the high prices being set by Anglo, writes Roman Grynberg.
In the major powers, it’s called quantitative easing. In plain terms, it’s printing money. And Japan’s prime minister has begun doing it in a big way.
Namibia, Botswana and South Africa did little to halt the collapse of the beneficiation industry.
Unfair revenue-sharing in the Southern African Customs Union is getting worse, writes Roman Grynberg.
After years of importing more than it exports, Namibia must act to avoid dollar devaluation.
Africans are snapping up cheap, second-hand cars but the Southern African region pays dearly for this.
South Africa’s neighbours are dependent on the union’s short-sighted revenue-sharing formula.
An unusual internal report links shrinking union power to growing inequality – but don’t be fooled.
Rising costs have exposed flaws in a beneficiation deal that should have been clear-cut, writes Roman Grynberg.