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Bank of England flags market concerns

The Bank of England is warning about potential irregularities in financial markets on a regular basis as it tries to address the problems that dragged it into r... Read Story

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Capturing the country’s rich legacy of leadership legacy

For the past 15 to 20 years we have been on a mission critical adventure – working with and interviewing top leaders in South Africa specifically, but oft... Read Story

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Getting to know the stuff South Africa’s leaders are made of

It was back in 2010 when Adriaan and I first mooted the idea of doing something unique to foster a national conversation on leadership. Wherever we looked, it s... Read Story

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Eskom inquiry is an unnecessary distraction
March 13 2015 at 04:34

The chief executive of Eskom and three other executives of Eskom have been “suspended” to allow for an external investigation of the parastatal.

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So few taxpayers, so many welfare recipients in SA
March 13 2015 at 04:39

What have Britain, Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Germany, France, and New Zealand in common? The answer is they all have problems with their welfare systems.

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Deferred clean fuels policy puts jobs at risk
March 13 2015 at 04:36

South Africa’s energy challenge has dominated news headlines for months and was top of the agenda at this year’s State of the Nation Address – and rightfully so, given that our country is in the midst of ... Read Story
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The dollar still rules the roost globally
March 12 2015 at 04:59

The currency wars are still rumbling on. Yesterday, Thailand became at least the 21st country to reduce interest rates so far this year, as everyone tries to make their currency cheaper than everyone else’s.

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India must also embrace US measure of air pollution
March 12 2015 at 04:34

One of the biggest successes that the US government has scored in recent decades in the battle over transparency in China was the installation of an air quality monitor on the US Embassy compound in Beijing’s Chaoyan... Read Story
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Egypt on mission to revive its economy
March 11 2015 at 04:19

With bad news generating many of the headlines from the Middle East, it has been easy to miss the ongoing transformation of the Egyptian economy.

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Credit Suisse in effort to shed its casino image
March 11 2015 at 03:57

If anyone had suggested in 2007 that the head of a staid British insurance company could win the top job at a freewheeling global investment bank, they would have been laughed out of the pub. Investment banking, though, is... Read Story
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Stats SA misses point in poverty interpretation
March 11 2015 at 03:50

We have the highest respect for the work of Statistics SA and for the information it gives to the public.

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Agoa has been a big success in South Africa
March 11 2015 at 03:49

Kevin Lovell’s letter on March 9, 2015 – “Abolition of US chicken duties will not help SA” – is largely an unbecoming ad hominem attack.

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Step backwards as FirstRand fails transformation test
March 10 2015 at 04:44

Here we are at it again. We seem to have mastered this one-step-forward-three-steps backwards game in our quest for meaningful economic transformation.

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