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28 Oct 2016
 
 
Quick, quick, slow
REAL ECONOMY: SOUTH AFRICA
A week, as they say, is a long time in politics. And in South Africa, where there is never a dull political moment, a week can feel like an eternity. However, unlike some other parts of the world...
 
 
21 Oct 2016
 
Green shoots
REAL ECONOMY: ELECTRICITY
In a September 22 statement, Business Leadership South Africa (BLSA) reiterated the “grave concern” it had expressed in an earlier open letter to Preside Jacob Zuma about ongoing threats to charge,...
 
 
14 Oct 2016
 
 
 
Africa sliding?
REAL ECONOMY: AFRICA OUTLOOK
Over the past number of years, the Africa Rising narrative has asserted itself. It has been a story of improving economic growth, rising investment and greater democracy. Between 2003 and 2008,...
 
 
07 Oct 2016
 
Peak trade?
REAL ECONOMY: TRADE
Along with the shock announcement that world trade will expand by only 1.7% in 2017, the slowest pace since the financial crisis of 2009, the World Trade Organisation (WTO) highlighted a weakening...
 
 
30 Sep 2016
 
Ethical conduct relies on values and capability
REAL ECONOMY: ETHICS
The fact that the main lecture hall at the Gordon Institute of Business Science (Gibs), in Johannesburg, was bursting at the seams last week for a discussion on ethics and its importance in driving...
 
 
23 Sep 2016
 
Power trends
REAL ECONOMY: ELECTRICITY
In light of recent disruptions in the sector, as well as sharply rising tariffs, electricity remains a hot topic in South Africa. There is an especially heated debate currently under way about what...
 
 
16 Sep 2016
 
Refinery ‘wipe out’ warning
REAL ECONOMY: LIQUID FUELS
South African Petroleum Industry Association (Sapia) has once again appealed for “decisive action” to resolve the prevailing policy uncertainty on cleaner fuels, as well as how the $4.9-billion...
 
 
Sparing mine heritage sites has payoff potential for the South African economy
EDITORIAL INSIGHT
Johannesburg should do more to flaunt its gold heritage, which will be good for South AFrica's tourist economy and also boost mining's battered image.
 
 
 
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