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How to rescue SA’s ailing economy

2020 was a challenging year for everybody, with no growth forecast in the economy, fears of a deep recession and a jobs bloodbath. Three experts contextualise this situation, focusing on what can be done in 2021 to slow down the spiral into an economic abyss

Swiss company accused of tax dodging in Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe’s tax authority said ABB, one of Switzerland’s most profitable companies, avoided paying millions of dollars to the economically crippled country

Jury’s out on green recovery

Public-private partnerships and big infrastructure builds have been suggested as ways to boost South Africa’s flagging economy. Another option to consider is green bonds, which would also help achieve climate crisis goals

Mboweni faces taxing decisions

The finance minister must tread a tightrope to fix the economy as he prepares for next week’s budget speech

Editorial: The Western enablers of global corruption

The Luanda Leaks, publicised late on Sunday evening, have vividly outlined the scale of the business empire of Isabel dos Santos, daughter of the...

Isabel dos Santos did not loot Angola alone

Once again, Western auditing and consulting firms shamelessly facilitated corruption on an international scale

SA’s carbon tax: Feeling the impact months later

Government is implementing the tax in a staggered approach due to concerns of job losses

Tongaat-Hulett board requests temporary suspension of JSE listing

The move comes amid concerns over possible financial irregularities at the company

One in three UN employees have been sexually harassed — survey

​A third of United Nations employees have reported experiencing sexual harassment at the world body over the last two years

Steinhoff class action is payback

The major bid lists as many as 42 defendants to get as much as possible out for investors

Millennials’ wants will change work

The new generation will be looking at speed, agility and user-friendly tools — and the option to work from a coffee shop

Parliament committee tells Hawks to move on Steinhoff

Steinhoff's former CEO Markus Jooste testified to Parliament that he did not know about any 'accounting irregularities' at the furniture retail giant

Jooste: I did not know about accounting irregularities

​Former Steinhoff CEO Markus Jooste has testified that the blame for the company’s share price collapse lay with a disgruntled former partner

Magda Wierzycka takes on JSE over ‘dubious’ listings

The Cape Town based executive wants the JSE to be held accountable for failing to protect investors’ interests

South Africa, mind the pay gap

Disclosing the ratio of worker to executive pay may show the full extent of our wage inequality

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