To the extent that emerging markets remain a play for global investors, SA is going to remain a very interesting market.
Who is it that supports a leadership who have led us to this diabolical state of affairs?
SA needs to know when to compete with its BRICS peers and when to collaborate with them.
One of the things that still works quite well in South Africa is the pursuit of individual enterprise.
Report says SA’s environmental resources neglected.
And three things it needs to do to compete properly….

Juggling Blue Label’s many balls

Blue Label is trying out new things to diversify from its old model and the results are showing.

Millennial investment: Culture of borrowing vs investing

Part two of three: life expectancy has generally increased for millennials. Retirement savings must stretch much further.

Oil price jumps on supply disruptions

Drawdown in inventory and rebalancing to boost prices in second half.

Business Leadership: Deliver, deliver, deliver

Tseke Nkadimeng insists on smashing the corporate walls between traditional company silos (Quick Insight “3‘57).

Team SA battling to keep up

Labour, government and business must work together to ensure a vibrant economic future for all South Africans.

Fee, interest caps on loans a double-edged sword

Consumers may lose access to credit altogether.

Fees: the proven predictor of unit trust returns

Morningstar study shows that lower fees give a higher chance of out-performance.

How to bring local economies to life

By developing technological skills, local municipalities can increase capacity to compete with markets in neighbouring countries.

Old leadership will be trade unions’ undoing

Today’s youth are also fighting against an oppressive system, but this time against their elders.

Business Leadership: What we need to do to achieve an economic miracle

WATCH: If SA fails to build confidence, we’ll be overtaken by events – Tseke Nkadimeng (Quick Insight: 3’54”).

Gold bulls are snorting

Gold may top $1 500/oz by mid-year And send silver over $20/oz.

How Makate won the ‘please-call-me’ battle

The matter now shifts to compensation negotiations which won’t likely be staid.

Transport volumes falling off a cliff

The industry is in a full blown recession.

Nhlanhla Nene’s dismissal changed history

But will it ultimately lead to Jacob Zuma’s ousting?




 

 

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