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Identity politics is about our quest for recognition
Identity politics is about our quest for recognition
Author Francis Fukuyama writes that the rapid changes in the political and economic landscape have seen people around the world losing their...
Eskom casts a pall over growth
Eskom casts a pall over growth
There was good news this week when gross domestic product (GDP) figures released by Statistics South Africa for the third quarter showed positive...
Red flags raised over Black Friday
Red flags raised over Black Friday
Warnings to watch your spending and not take on unwanted debt on Black Friday are becoming as numerous as the deals being advertised.
Success of Ramaphosa’s investment drive out of his hands
Success of Ramaphosa’s investment drive out of his hands
While “Ramaphoria” has started to wane, there remains a prevalent narrative in the public domain that former president Jacob Zuma was the cause...
Economic week ahead: SA growth update
Economic week ahead: SA growth update
AfricaTuesday's third quarter growth report is the big item on South Africa's economic calendar this week. Analysts at 4CAST...
SA narrowly avoids recession
SA narrowly avoids recession
South Africa has narrowly averted a recession with economic growth clocking in at 0.6% in the second quarter of the year, despite prolonged strikes...
Growth risks mount even as SA dodges a recession
Growth risks mount even as SA dodges a recession
South Africa avoiding its second recession in five years is doing little to ease investor concern that economic growth prospects are dimming.
Economic week ahead: Back to work
Economic week ahead: Back to work
Both sides appear hopeful that South Africa's striking platinum workers will finally return to work this week. Elsewhere in Africa, Kenya and Ghana...
Economic week ahead: SA growth figures
Economic week ahead: SA growth figures
Economists expect Tuesday's gross domestic product (GDP) figures to show that South Africa's economy shrank in the first quarter. US growth data –...
Consumers uninspired by good news
Consumers uninspired by good news
The heat of last week's debate that South Africa is experiencing an "economic bubble" about to burst could be slightly tempered by...
SPI: A radical new way to measure and drive social progress
SPI: A radical new way to measure and drive social progress
Last week, Johannesburg was host to the One Young World summit, an annual event that gathers young people from across the globe to debate and...

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