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No more ‘quick and dirty’ fixes for Greece

International Monetary Fund Managing Director Christine Lagarde correctly said last week that the protracted negotiations between Greece and its official credit... Read Story

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Africa is fertile ground for exponential companies, research and development

Africa, while seen as an attractive investment destination, has been unable to shake perceptions that it lags behind the rest of the world in the use of innovat... Read Story

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Takata is the real safety hazard

The dubious honour of triggering the largest consumer recall in US history now belongs to the Japanese vehicle parts supplier Takata.

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Africa is fertile ground for exponential companies, research and development
May 26 2015 at 05:00

Africa, while seen as an attractive investment destination, has been unable to shake perceptions that it lags behind the rest of the world in the use of innovative technology to drive business. However, it has the potentia... Read Story
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No more ‘quick and dirty’ fixes for Greece
May 26 2015 at 04:52

International Monetary Fund Managing Director Christine Lagarde correctly said last week that the protracted negotiations between Greece and its official creditors required “a comprehensive approach, not a quick and ... Read Story
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South Africa not alone in the dark
May 24 2015 at 12:45

South Africa once led the world in the number of days in the year when our national electricity grid failed.

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Takata is the real safety hazard
May 24 2015 at 13:11

The dubious honour of triggering the largest consumer recall in US history now belongs to the Japanese vehicle parts supplier Takata.

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Mining deaf to community input
May 24 2015 at 11:52

The Chamber of Mines at its recent AGM was adamant that the “mining industry has done more for transformation than any other component of the private sector.

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Society still favours men over women
May 21 2015 at 05:11

Across the globe women earn less than men do and according to the Less Than 100 pop-up project in Pittsburgh, US, this is a problem.

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Spending on big ideas brings a big pay-off
May 20 2015 at 05:12

Wouldn’t it be nice to know that capitalism rewards the patient pursuit of great ideas? That business is better when it funds the imagination and realisation of things beyond our reach?

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India’s foreign policy caught on horns of ‘trilemma’
May 20 2015 at 04:43

India’s bland foreign policy has traditionally been based on the principle of “please all and offend none” with respect to the great powers and “ignore” the rest.

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Behavioural economics can bring back hope
May 19 2015 at 04:30

Economists have had a few bad years: failing to see the financial crisis, squabbling as to how to get out of it, and most recently suggesting that nothing can be done to avoid “secular stagnation” - a state of ... Read Story
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Fraudster warns of pending Chinese stock exchange disaster
May 18 2015 at 05:24

Twenty years after bringing down a major British bank, Nick Leeson is sounding alarm bells about China.

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