It should be frowned upon for a minister or proxy to call a CEO of a state entity enquiring about opportunities for comrades, writes Mpumelelo Mkhabela.
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The fact that SA’s nuclear programme has been put on hold for the foreseeable future could give the country a credit ratings reprieve, says an economist.
Sarb governor Lesetja Kganyago is enthusiastic about blockchain technology, and says the public protector's Absa report contains easily rectifiable factual errors.
Indian mining mogul Anil Agarwal, whose assets benefit millions of women and children, has invested in a mine, smelter technology and construction deals with SA firms.
The World Economic Forum is a venue where heads of state and government ministers are bribed, bullied and flattered to pursue policies that favour big business, says Terry Bell.
Investec CEO Stephen Koseff was among those who stepped up to the plate after Nenegate. He says cohesion between business, government and labour has never been greater.
Societal polarisation, income inequality and the inward orientation of countries are spilling over into real-world politics, the WEF says in its 2017 Global Risks Report.
The Davos elite gathering behind metal detectors in a concrete bunker in the Swiss Alps to discuss the state of the world will be isolated in more ways than one.
People around the world need governments and the private sector to tackle five key hurdles to ensure they can transition effectively into the new world order.
Called a "toxic president" by a European newspaper, Zuma's absence at Davos was compensated for by SA's A Team and a sterling showing by the deputy president, says Alec Hogg.
A World Economic Forum report calls for transfers from richer to poorer citizens and provides valuable input on how to make economies more inclusive, says Paul Clark.
MTN’s Stephen van Coller shares insights into the two big disruptive themes everyone needs to know – blockchain and the revolution in management.
UK Chancellor of the Exchequer has told a Davos gathering that an inflation pickup will put a damper on consumers this year. The first signs may already be appearing.
UCT Vice-Chancellor Dr Max Price's presence in Davos is raising eyebrows, with many asking who pays for his annual junket to the Swiss Alps, says an insider.
Corporate tax-dodging, mean wage policies and political power help this exclusive group of 8 - topped by Bill Gates - remain the world's richest, says an Oxfam report.
The man behind the Davos forum, which has been singing the praises of global trade, insists globalisation is only one factor in dramatic shifts provoking angst and anger.
The World Economic Forum says the world has between three to five years to change how it earns, learns and cares in order to transition effectively into a new world order.
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