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Letters to the Editor: November 16 to 22
Letters to the Editor: November 16 to 22
After several years of weak growth and rising unemployment, news that the private sector has pledged to invest nearly R290-billion in the South...
Shabby South Africa 'misses the boat' at China trade fair
Shabby South Africa 'misses the boat' at China trade fair
The South African pavilion was a ‘disservice to the country’ — and no one could speak Mandarin
The price of populism
The price of populism
The annual conference of the Association of Black Securities and Investment Professionals played host to some of South Africa’s most prominent...
Taiwan’s tricky place in the world
Taiwan’s tricky place in the world
As global uncertainty increases, so the Republic of China’s future becomes more uncertain
Formulate workable solutions to create and protect jobs
Formulate workable solutions to create and protect jobs
The jobs summit has come and gone, promises and pledges were made and agreements were signed, but Mr Makola — a roadside jobseeker at a busy...
Are fees taking the bonus out of South African smooth bonus funds?
Are fees taking the bonus out of South African smooth bonus funds?
Given the volatile nature of local markets in recent years, smooth bonus funds have increased in popularity among South Africans seeking a more...
Saudi Arabia vows retaliation if punished over missing critic
Saudi Arabia vows retaliation if punished over missing critic
Saudi Arabia warned it would retaliate against any sanctions imposed on the oil-rich kingdom over the disappearance of journalist Jamal Khashoggi,...
Mboweni will have his work cut out
Mboweni will have his work cut out
There is little doubt the rand loves the idea of Tito Mboweni as finance minister. It flirted with R15 to the dollar before President Cyril...
​Godzilla’s little sister
​Godzilla’s little sister
There’s a tiny car in our garage that my partner stubbornly refuses to sell. It’s a 2009 Nissan Micra 1.9 Dci — a tar bubble...
Nearly half of SA's workforce has no retirement plan — survey
Nearly half of SA's workforce has no retirement plan — survey
About 41% of 11.9 million economically active South Africans taking part in a survey by 10X Investments have no retirement plan in place.
Ramaphosa constructs big plans
Ramaphosa constructs big plans
President Cyril Ramaphosa wants to turn South Africa into a “construction site” as part of his ambitious plan to drag the country out of its...
‘It’s time we place leadership in the hands of the youth’
‘It’s time we place leadership in the hands of the youth’
Integration of young people into key strategic leadership roles is essential for sustainable economic development and the survival of Africa.

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