It's one thing to focus on SA's long-term prospects. Be careful not to miss the forest for the trees. But what's to be done when the forest suddenly goes up in flames? asks Ron Derby.
High level clouds. Mild.
There have always been two crossroads for South Africa to take the High Road in the long run. The first was political and successfully navigated towards the end of the last century. However, the second crossroads was economic and is where we stand right now having had almost 10 years of disappointing GDP growth and even a recession, writes Clem Sunter.
The rules may change over time and you need to anticipate the change before it happens, otherwise you may fall foul of a new rule and lose the game, writes Clem Sunter.
If land reform is not managed well it could ignite conflict in South Africa, says scenario planner and strategist Clem Sunter.
While Pravin Gordhan wants to use every possible legal channel to fight fraud charges, scenario planner Clem Sunter explains why the case should not be drawn out.
Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa would make a good candidate for the next president of South Africa, according to scenario planner Clem Sunter.
A member of the Cape Chamber of Commerce tried to emulate the EFF's behaviour in Parliament during a debate between Julius Malema and scenario planner Clem Sunter, shouting "point of order" as Malema started his address.
Scenario planner Clem Sunter offers a practical method for decoding the future to help businesses become leaders in fast-changing times.
South African investors seeking property overseas simply to get a passport often end up getting burnt, says a global property expert.
It’s no exaggeration to say that much of the world is now suffering from Bloated Government Syndrom, writes Clem Sunter.
Clem Sunter feels SA is not a bad place to see out the global economic "Hard Times" if it looks like engulfing the world.
Some invention, which in some way offers a better way of satisfying our basic needs, will come out of the blue and create a new industrial wave that none of us can imagine now, writes Clem Sunter.
Generation Z, namely those born in this century, are prepared to put revolutionary views on the table because they do have to live with the consequences and so will their children, writes Clem Sunter.
Scenario planner Clem Sunter takes a look at the odds of South Africa becoming a failed state or moving to what he calls the second league of nations.
The middle class is angry with the super wealthy and when the middle class gets angry things change, warns scenario planner Clem Sunter.
EFF leader Julius Malema has told Cape Town heads of industry that land expropriation without compensation was needed in South Africa.
Scenario planner Clem Sunter explains why he shares many of the ideals as Julius Malema and provides a clear argument on how to boost jobs and stimulate growth.
Scenario planner Clem Sunter says he is as passionate about economic freedom as EFF leader Julius Malema, but it's not about nationalising the mines and banks.
The winter season makes it increasingly difficult for restaurant owners to entice customers from hibernation and an expert provides tips to counteract this.
Britain's woeful military fortunes in the Middle East must have
Nelson and Wellington turning in their graves, writes Clem Sunter.
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