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South Africa is facing a massive urban housing crisis. It will take major investment and a concerted effort from a number of role players to transform our cityscapes, but it can be done, writes Harold Spies.
Yes, the environment in SA is challenging, but it’s far too easy to tumble down the well of despondency, writes Simon Brown. He cautions against getting caught up in the fear mongering.
While the gap between black and white university graduates has declined, the poverty gap between blacks and whites in most sectors of society remains distressingly large, writes Sitsabo Dlamini.
While life appears to be improving for many people in Gauteng, it seems it is most rapidly doing so for the more advantaged members of society. This has an impact on quality of live and social cohesion in the region.
Now that SA is in a recession, the cabinet on Thursday promised swift intervention. Here's what the government plans to do to take the bite out of the economic contraction.
With the rise of populism in the West, uncertainty abounds, and political insight becomes crucial for investors.
South Africans are among the highest-taxed individuals in the world, while companies are more heavily taxed locally than businesses in many rich countries. This hampers investment and job creation.
With the political shocks of last year rippling into 2017, there is a lot of uncertainty regarding what the future holds. In order to cope, it’s time to brace for change.
Pali Lehohla was in his element this week at the Cape Town International Conference Centre, at home among the data nerds at the first-ever United Nations Data Forum.
The global economy shows few signs of improving, even as the US continues “to muddle through,” Goldman Sachs Group President Gary Cohn said.
It seems that Impala Platinum is currently generating plenty of cash. So much so, that it may not require bridging finance to follow through with its plans to purchase North American Palladium.
It was only a matter of time before the dire state of the economy intersected with the equally dire state of economic policy – and the worst GDP decline in a decade was just that time, writes Daniel Silke.
South Africa can simply no longer afford the ANC government's focus on consumption. ANC politicians have consumed everything, including the future of the children of South Africa, writes Jannie Rossouw.
A recession is likely the toughest of challenges an SME will ever face, but there are ways to cope.
Many have a very dim view of the free market. But before blaming the system, it’s important to understand how competition can benefit the ordinary worker and consumer.
After a tough few years, value stocks have been outperforming the market since early 2016. How long can it last?
A large number of theories attempt to explain how macroeconomics works, but are these theories still in touch with the real world?
How will politics and shifts in policy impact the global economy this year? finweek contributor and economic strategist Tumisho Grater weighs in.
Mining companies have warned of “dire consequences” for the industry if a revised Mining Charter is implemented next month as planned.
UK manufacturers have staged a modest rebound from the initial shock of the Brexit vote, as a weaker pound boosted overseas demand for cars.
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