Steinhoff’s former chair was vital in overseeing efforts to unravel suspect dealings in the scandal-hit group.
Using 2009 as a guide, how bad can it get for landlords?
The changes have already come into effect and run until the end of July.
Cutting interest rates and increasing government spending must be an immediate plan, and giving the poor money in exchange for productive labour at the end of the virus could provide real temporary relief.
Failure to recognise that one size does not fit all could have lethal consequences in this region, maybe even more lethal than those of the virus itself.
Never will government mention we have one of the largest financial holdings in the world and that black people own over two-thirds of it, as this will not suit the BEE narrative.

Analysis & Profiles Can the state employee pension fund survive a R254bn knock?

Proposed Eskom bailout amounts to a massive 14% haircut and a tacit admission that government has no money left.

Analysis & Profiles Why do small businesses have a higher chance of failing?

Without understanding your financials, you do not understand your business and therefore you are far more likely to fail.

Analysis & Profiles What SAA being in business rescue really means

Distress is normally identified when a company is no longer profitable, when it’s not a going concern anymore, when it has major problems.

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SAA: Why waste time arguing over a dying horse before shooting it in the head?

Analysis & Profiles SAA: Why waste time arguing over a dying horse before shooting it in the head?

Pilots at SAA have it real good, it seems. So good that they play a massively disproportionate role in the company’s costs. The only way to end it is to kill off the airline.

Analysis & Profiles Why Mabuza struggled to define the 4th industrial revolution

He is not alone, and it’s not a simple laughing matter.

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Expect bad news in Mboweni’s mid-term budget, warns expert

Analysis & Profiles Expect bad news in Mboweni’s mid-term budget, warns expert

Meanwhile, the Congress of South African Trade Unions (Cosatu) warned Mboweni against continuing with his ‘anti-worker’ public posture.

Analysis & Profiles SA needs a radical policy shift to save the economy

There is no way an economy that does not manufacture goods massively will be able to create jobs, and land reform is crucial.

Analysis & Profiles When does a breakdown of trust justify employee dismissal?

Employees should get proper advice prior to launching an urgent application against the employer in court.

Analysis & Profiles Why Ramaphosa may have wanted to tie white people to trees

Prolonged low economic growth could lead to even more economic flight by those with skills and capital, regardless of racial grouping.

Analysis & Profiles Taking inspiration from the listing of ‘Africa’s Amazon’

Jumia’s reception in New York raises hopes for investors.

Analysis & Profiles Why won’t South Africa walk the talk on Zimbabwe?

Why does South Africa decline real support for its neighbour as Zimbabwe’s embattled government calls for economic help?

Analysis & Profiles Tax revenue could miss mini-budget forecast by more than R10bn

Corporate and personal income tax collections have slowed since October, and Eskom is a major concern.





 

 


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