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Opinion: Bottled gas sector could alleviate Eskom woes

Bottled gas is one energy lever the government can pull. Once upon a time, Eskom had a good idea. No, it had an excellent idea. Honest. The trouble is it killed... Read Story

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Social cohesion vital for SA to move forward

What is the greatest threat to economic growth in South Africa? It is not failing electricity management. It is not the skills shortage or poor education. Nor i... Read Story

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Mobile payment methods are game changer for Africa

Writing in his latest annual “Gates Notes” letter, Microsoft founder and philanthropist Bill Gates highlighted the digital banking sector and observ... Read Story

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Social cohesion vital for SA to move forward
April 16 2015 at 04:38

What is the greatest threat to economic growth in South Africa? It is not failing electricity management. It is not the skills shortage or poor education. Nor is it corruption or the countless cases where someone needs to ... Read Story
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Opinion: Bottled gas sector could alleviate Eskom woes
April 16 2015 at 04:35

Bottled gas is one energy lever the government can pull. Once upon a time, Eskom had a good idea. No, it had an excellent idea. Honest. The trouble is it killed this idea soon after it was put into action.

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Mobile payment methods are game changer for Africa
April 14 2015 at 04:47

Writing in his latest annual “Gates Notes” letter, Microsoft founder and philanthropist Bill Gates highlighted the digital banking sector and observed that smartphones and mobile technology would define banking... Read Story
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Greed never felt so good to Hong Kong bulls
April 13 2015 at 11:42

The mania that sent the Shanghai Composite Index to an 89-percent advance over the past 12 months is spreading to Hong Kong.

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Price stickiness messes up economy’s smooth running
April 13 2015 at 05:53

I once asked a famous macroeconomist: “So, what really causes recessions?” His reply came immediately: “Unexplained shocks to investment.”

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Sanctions prove too much for defiant Iran
April 9 2015 at 04:28

The United States and Iran – bitter enemies for so long – have sat down at the negotiating table and to everybody’s surprise have actually come to an arrangement.

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States toast and cheer for Chinese AIIB party
April 2 2015 at 05:10

Tuesday was the deadline for applications to become a founding member of China’s Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) and running up to the final day the world behaved like teenagers when the new kid in the cl... Read Story
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Chevron’s refinery blues just ordinary jazz
March 31 2015 at 04:44

Chevron’s wailing and gnashing of teeth over the emergence of competition in the form of Burgan Cape Town Terminals is peculiar from some angles because of the nature of its protests.

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Change in the relative benefit of bonds
March 26 2015 at 04:55

A popular definition of liquidity: the ease with which an asset can be changed to cash without changing its price.

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Where does your processed fish come from?
March 23 2015 at 11:03

Now is the perfect time for the US government to push for more stringent labelling rules, writes Adam Minter.

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