6.6.2016 10:57 am
‘Whilst emotion and popular sentiment suggest the rand is a fractured currency, is this the case, or is the rand simply fragile, and in need of time – or some other catalyst – to allow the currency to recover?’
South Africa may have been given a temporary reprieve in terms of a maintained investment grade sovereign rating, but what is the underlying trend for the rand?
Blue Label is trying out new things to diversify from its old model and the results are showing.
Part two of three: life expectancy has generally increased for millennials. Retirement savings must stretch much further.
Drawdown in inventory and rebalancing to boost prices in second half.
Tseke Nkadimeng insists on smashing the corporate walls between traditional company silos (Quick Insight “3‘57).
Labour, government and business must work together to ensure a vibrant economic future for all South Africans.
Morningstar study shows that lower fees give a higher chance of out-performance.
By developing technological skills, local municipalities can increase capacity to compete with markets in neighbouring countries.
Today’s youth are also fighting against an oppressive system, but this time against their elders.
WATCH: If SA fails to build confidence, we’ll be overtaken by events – Tseke Nkadimeng (Quick Insight: 3’54”).
The matter now shifts to compensation negotiations which won’t likely be staid.