Sharda Naidoo

JSE tackles primary dealers

The bond market, critical to service the country's deficit, is coming under fire.

Zuma declares war on ANC’s ‘demon of factionalism’

President Zuma has plotted out the ANC's future, promising to defeat factionalism and "political demons" in the party, and to speed up transformation.

ANC centenary the scene of pomp and ceremony

ANC centenary celebrations continued into the early hours of Sunday ahead of the historic January 8 statement by President Jacob Zuma in Bloemfontein.

Battle for beds rattles sleepy Bloem

With all accommodation booked out for the ANC's centenary bash, locals are making a killing.

State to enter Sishen iron-ore fray

Government is planning an intervention in the Kumba-ArcelorMittal iron-ore supply standoff -- seen as a crucial proxy battle.

Eurozone wrecks SA prospects

Europe, South Africa's dominant trading partner, could drag our growth down with it, writes <b>Sharda Naidoo</b>.

Treasury revolt over Limpopo ‘interference’

A revolt has broken out in the national treasury, with top officials rebelling against Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan's "political interference".

Gold regains favour as safe haven

Investors are again flocking to bullion, which is giving the markets some comfort, says <b>Sharda Naidoo</b>.

ANC’s resource nationalism

The ANC will push for a new interventionist economic nationalism, rather than a simplistic nationalisation of the country's resources.

The R1-trillion renaissance man

With R1-trillion under management, Public Investment Corporation (PIC) CE Elias Masilela is arguably the most powerful man in the savings industry.

Nationalisation ‘is the last resort’

The ANC's report on how best to benefit from mineral resources is due for release.

Coming to a bank near you: Credit Crunch II

The rand is being sucked into the eurozone maelstrom as investors exit emerging markets.

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