Mike Schussler

 
Will the new scheme fix the broken one?
Will the new scheme fix the broken one?
“It’s very disruptive to be working, and then the sheriff of the court arrives to take your chair, leaving you sitting on a dustbin to finish...
Haemorrhaging RAF staggers along
Haemorrhaging RAF staggers along
Nearly R2 out of the almost R17 paid for every litre of fuel, a levy which has increased by more than 300% in the past 10 years, now goes directly...
Wary consumers start saving
Wary consumers start saving
Banks are reporting an uptick in the number of new savings accounts but, although some customers might be saving, many continue to rely on...
Petrol price hikes, tolls, higher interest rates: When will it end?
Petrol price hikes, tolls, higher interest rates: When will it end?
It may be time to make a hasty trip to your nearest petrol station, because fuel is about to get more expensive than it has ever been before.
Facts belie the hype about labour costs
Facts belie the hype about labour costs
The employment report by Mike Schussler ("The unemployed are the real poor", Mail & Guardian, June 8 to 14) has sparked a heated debate...
The unemployed are the real poor
The unemployed are the real poor
For someone who is better known for media coverage than academic rigour it is pleasing to point out some major mistakes by Neva Makgetla about my...
Women in business: Let's make this work, says Zuma
Women in business: Let's make this work, says Zuma
The economic empowerment of women in South Africa was under the spotlight on Tuesday as the country commemorated Women's Day.
Economy lacks woman power
Economy lacks woman power
Women are not as active in the South African economy as they should be due to the high adult unemployment rate in the country, an economist said on...
CPI ticks up to 3,4% in October
CPI ticks up to 3,4% in October
South Africa's targeted consumer inflation quickened slightly to 3,4% year-on-year in October from 3,2% in September, official data showed on...
SA the biggest welfare state in the world, says economist
SA the biggest welfare state in the world, says economist
South Africa is the biggest welfare state in the world, economist Mike Schussler said on Thursday.
Electricity conference gets heated
Electricity conference gets heated
Sparks flew at an electricity conference on proposed tariff hikes on Thursday, with an economist confronting a senior Eskom manager on his claim...
Economic crisis could lead to 300 000 job losses
Economic crisis could lead to 300 000 job losses
The economic crisis could lead to over 300 000 job losses, economist Mike Schussler said in the 8th United Association of South Africa (UASA)...

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