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Bill will short-change land reform
Bill will short-change land reform
Land reform in South Africa is not a “nice to have”; it is a fundamental constitutional right that aims to bring about restorative justice and...
Mid-income SA scores on housing
Mid-income SA scores on housing
Housing in Hong Kong is among the most expensive in the world and prospective first-time homeowners have given up on any aspirations of acquiring a...
Limping economy faces uphill
Limping economy faces uphill
If South Africa staves off a technical recession in the coming months, it will be a result of events unrelated to the country’s domestic political...
Red tape puts brakes on fracking
Red tape puts brakes on fracking
Oil and gas industry executives and environmentalists were all aflutter when Mineral Resources Minister Mosebenzi Zwane recently delivered a speech...
Junk status may scupper nuke plan
Junk status may scupper nuke plan
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Treasury official: 'Ratings agencies were a bit unfair to us'
Treasury official: 'Ratings agencies were a bit unfair to us'
Mampho Modise woke up in the early hours of March 31 – as is to be expected for the mother of new born child. Less expected, however, were the 20...
Nuclear turn-off tumbles giants
Nuclear turn-off tumbles giants
Once a pioneering nuclear energy giant, the Westinghouse Electric Company now finds itself filing for bankruptcy. This follows uncomfortably close on...
Gigaba faces ghosts of SOE past
Gigaba faces ghosts of SOE past
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​Farmers are smiling – up to a point
​Farmers are smiling – up to a point
Laurens Schlebusch farms with crops and livestock in the Free State. Looking around his farmlands, he says the drought has almost certainly been...
Gordhan's last anti-Gupta gasp
Gordhan's last anti-Gupta gasp
In its final act with Pravin Gordhan at the wheel, the treasury succeeded on Friday in quashing a bid to force it to make an urgent decision about...
Spooked markets swift to punish SA
Spooked markets swift to punish SA
The government’s ability to borrow on the market took a hit within hours of Pravin Gordhan’s removal as finance minister.
Guptas' banking D-day looms
Guptas' banking D-day looms
As rumours swirled about the potential firing of Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan, the courtroom in which his declaratory order was heard was stuffed...
Open up intracontinental borders or lose out on trade
Open up intracontinental borders or lose out on trade
Siyabonga Gama is not sure he should be here. “Here” being wedged between a Mercedes-Benz Maybach, the red carpet and scores of security nodding...

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