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Mines need an objective guide to fair living wages

Wage negotiations in mining have become cancerous – not just in the sense that the situation is bad, but that it is comparable to a set of cells competing... Read Story

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Scaling up agribusiness should be Africa’s next growth frontier

Africa’s economic performance over the past decade has been remarkable, having reached an average growth of 5 percent. If this growth is maintained, proje... Read Story

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Study reveals which retailer offers the best prices

A study to reveal the cheapest retailer will definitely send some companies back to the drawing board.

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Sustainable projects can level urban bias, ease rural poverty
March 12 2014 at 04:44

Globally, rural areas are underdeveloped and face many challenges. In South Africa, this is more the reality.

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Where are equity markets headed?
March 11 2014 at 04:45

Has the market already discounted the best ahead and does it risk turning down?

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Wage smart war on youth joblessness
March 11 2014 at 04:50

Addressing youth unemployment cannot and should not be left to “the powers that be”.

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Retailers move to smartphones, tabs
March 11 2014 at 04:41

Retailers such as Massmart will have to make some changes to keep up.

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Q&A: Zille on what makes DA tick
March 10 2014 at 11:16

DA leader opens up on leadership, integrity and perception that the DA is a white party.

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Can rate hikes aid culture of saving?
March 10 2014 at 04:46

Unless rates restore balance, there's no reason to save and every incentive to borrow.

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Seeking answers to energy trilemma
March 10 2014 at 04:37

Africa’s energy sector has long been working to widen energy access to unlock the continent’s vast potential. Energy access remains a critical priority for this dynamic region.

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Eskom has learnt nothing since its wet coal of 2008
March 10 2014 at 04:39

Are the rolling blackouts of last Thursday the beginning of the end for South Africa’s national power grid? At the very least, Eskom owes us a reliable answer to that question while, in all previous explanations for ... Read Story
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Unilateral revocation of collective deals triggers mining strife
March 7 2014 at 09:20

The current state of the mining industry in South Africa has been volatile and unstable since 2012.

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12 reasons why you are failing as a leader
March 7 2014 at 09:05

Times are tough and most would agree that to succeed as a political, corporate, parastatal, civic or sports leader is becoming harder and harder.

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