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3 days ago
Numbers and geo-space
Numbers and geo-space

The numerical tapestry of our urban landscape is the focus of this column today, exploring Hillbrow in Johannesburg and Sunnyside in Tshwane.

3 days ago
Gordhan needs to balance #Budget2017
Gordhan needs to balance #Budget2017

Minister Pravin Gordhan needs to prove that this year’s Budget will support government’s Radical Social and Economic Transformation Programme.

3 days ago
#Budget2017: Why a boring budget is welcome
#Budget2017: Why a boring budget is welcome

In a period characterised by market volatility, political flux and technological innovation, National Treasury must pursue a consistent trajectory.

4 days ago
When companies bypass the consumer law
When companies bypass the consumer law

The Consumer Protection Act may have outlawed blanket “no refund” policies but many suppliers still seem to view themselves as somehow exempt.

4 days ago
What's different in the euro zone?
What's different in the euro zone?

It seems as if we have been here before: the euro zone fretting that a crisis with Greece will balloon out of all proportion.

6 days ago
Why is Trump attacking foreign investment?
Why is Trump attacking foreign investment?

Why does President Trump consistently signal that he is displeased by inflows of foreign capital into the United States?

6 days ago
Budget unlikely to bring good news
Budget unlikely to bring good news
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South Africans will be paying close attention when Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan tables his Budget in Parliament on Wednesday.

7 days ago
#Budget2017: Why Treasury should hike VAT
#Budget2017: Why Treasury should hike VAT

It is no secret that Treasury is under substantial pressure to find a way of bringing in funds, says Tertius Troost, tax consultant for Mazars.

7 days ago
Nicola’s Notes: Spam, spam, spam
Nicola’s Notes: Spam, spam, spam

Nicola Mawson ponders why we’re seeing a coincidental uptick in spam asking consumers if they are debt-stressed.