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Namibia’s economy will return to growth in 2020 after contracting for three straight years, but a failure to implement structural reforms could keep the southwest African nation stuck in a low-growth trap, according to the International Monetary Fund.
Economists are downgrading their forecasts for economic growth in China again, to below a level seen as necessary for the Communist Party to meet its own goals in time for its centenary in 2021.
Mobile operators have long blamed the lack of spectrum for high data prices.
The National Treasury on Tuesday released a document titled "Economic transformation, inclusive growth, and competitiveness: towards an economic strategy for South Africa". Here are the highlights.
The youth unemployment rate is expected to top 30% across Africa this year. Tourism can help solve the problem, says Kwakye Donkor.
We face a dangerous set of dynamics for a democracy that was never intended to be governed by one political formation forever, says Solly Moeng.
Companies are the most sustainable projects for creating mass employment, and the only way to help them prosper is to foster a climate in which entrepreneurs are willing to take risks in anticipation of reasonable rewards, writes Ann Bernstein.
As the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 begins, here's a look at the changes that cricket has undergone. From test matches that lasted more than a week, we're now living in the times of T20 and T10 cricket. One of the key drivers behind this is money.
You could almost see markets tick up when President Cyril Ramaphosa made his Cabinet announcement on Wednesday: as soon as he confirmed that Tito Mboweni would stay on as finance minister and Pravin Gordhan in public enterprises, the rand strengthened.
Legends like Caster Semenya are important to the economy for several reasons, and the IAAF must be challenged on economic as well as moral grounds, says Sifiso Skenjana.
Investment has to grow for a couple of quarters to see it as a positive sign for the economy, one analyst said.
The Absa Purchasing Manager's Index declined from 52.1 in July to 45.7 index points in August.
"Economic transformation, inclusive growth, and competitiveness: towards an economic strategy for South Africa" suggests the tourism sector can see a quick 8% to 10% uptick in business if proposed reforms are implemented.
The ruling ANC can address gaps in skills, capacity and service delivery through a technocratic model of government, says Mills Soko.
The Indlulamithi SA Scenarios 2030 project shows a potentially disquieting outlook for the country, with South Africa on track to the worst-case scenario if it maintains the current status quo. But there's time to change this, says Andile Sangqu.
SA can learn something about building business confidence from the tech giants like Google and Amazon, says Grant Sieff.
Residential property prices declined by 1.2% in real terms the past year.
An interest rate cut on July 18th now seems inevitable.
The next five years could represent a tipping point – one that shifts South Africa back on course to the prospects of development and prosperity, or onto a winding pathway to dysfunction, writes Terence Corrigan.
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