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13 Nov 2015
 
 
Lacking consciousness
REAL ECONOMY: NONRACIALISM
Much has been said and written about former President Kgalama Motlanthe’s recent interview with the Business Day, in which he criticised the current African National Congress (ANC) leadership,...
 
 
06 Nov 2015
 
Unexploited potential?
REAL ECONOMY: ECONOMY
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has listed South Africa among a group of sub-Saharan African countries with a “sizeable” unexploited tax potential, which could be drawn upon to strengthen its...
 
 
30 Oct 2015
 
Held hostage?
REAL ECONOMY: THE ECONOMY
South African Reserve Bank governor Lesetja Kganyago argued forcefully last week that the current adverse global economic climate should not be used as an excuse for ignoring the ongoing domestic...
 
 
23 Oct 2015
 
The future ain’t what it used to be
REAL ECONOMY
South Africans are arguably fairly accustomed to change as a result of the far-reaching political transformation and economic developments that have taken placed in this country over the past 21...
 
 
16 Oct 2015
 
Tougher times ahead
REAL ECONOMY: ECONOMIC OUTLOOK
Most South Africans have accepted that the country is on a low-growth trajectory, with few opportunities for a significant boost in the performance of the economy in the coming three years....
 
 
09 Oct 2015
 
Reality biting
REAL ECONOMY: ECONOMIC OUTLOOK
Three international reports released over the past couple of weeks have a material bearing on the South African economy and are, thus, worth highlighting. First, the International Monetary Fund...
 
 
02 Oct 2015
 
Sharpen your arguments
REAL ECONOMY: PREFERENTIAL PROCUREMENT
The head of the African National Congress’ Economic Transformation Committee Enoch Godongwana has urged organised black business to sharpen its arguments with regard to how the Preferential...
 
 
25 Sep 2015
 
Is there a plan?
ELECTRICITY
There has been scant information flow out of South Africa’s electricity war room, which was set up in December to deal with the country’s power crisis. It was interesting, therefore, to hear a...
 
 
 
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