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By: Terence Creamer 10th September 2021 While it’s been obvious for years, Eskom’s recent results once again showed that, absent a debt solution, the utility has no real pathway to... →
No time for complacency
By: Terence Creamer 3rd September 2021 The recent rebasing and benchmarking exercise undertaken by Statistics South Africa as part of a routine five-yearly review made for some... →
By: Terence Creamer 27th August 2021 South Africa is hardly ever short of a plan, yet the country hardly ever has a vision. That’s why Andre de Ruyter’s recent Van der Bijl Memorial... →
Training and opportunity
By: Terence Creamer 20th August 2021 If South Africa is serious about ensuring that its transition to a low-carbon economy is a just one, then there is no question that the re-training... →
Window of opportunity
By: Terence Creamer 13th August 2021 South Africa has a narrow window of opportunity to attract significant levels of international finance to support what is becoming an increasingly... →
By: Terence Creamer 6th August 2021 As the countdown clock to the Glasgow climate conference ticked past the 100-day mark late last month several deadly natural disasters, from floods... →
Our thoughts at this difficult time
30th July 2021 2021 is proving to be another difficult year for South African business. Despite rising minerals prices and some credible signs that initiatives... →
By: Terence Creamer 23rd July 2021 Hidden among data-rich economic commentary and an array of analytical figures and tables, the World Bank’s most recent South Africa Economic Update... →
By: Terence Creamer 16th July 2021 One warning raised amid the euphoria generated by President Cyril Ramaphosa’s June 10 announcement that Schedule 2 of the Electricity Regulation... →
Bridge to the future?
By: Terence Creamer 9th July 2021 It doesn’t seem possible to resolve most societal problems until they are. This is especially true for something as complex and multifaceted as the... →