The #RamaTracker – following up on presidential economic promises

2019-06-28 06:00

One of South Africa’s significant impediments is the ability to diagnose and plan solutions to problems but never to achieve them. Fin24 will be tracking the president's promises.

Next round of Ramaphoria may be shorter in SA - chart

2019-05-07 19:03

President Cyril Ramaphosa has pledged reforms to boost a sluggish economy as well as root out corruption. But he has presided over unemployment at a 15-year high of 27% with a significant proportion of the adult population living below the poverty line.

Beyond Ramaphoria and Ramaphobia to Rama-foresight

2018-09-27 08:32

Reprioritisation of resources must be future-based, rather than problem-based or (and this is tough in South Africa) past-oriented. This is because today’s problems expire and new problems emerge, writes Morné Mostert.

Trading volumes dwindle as SA's policy risks mount

2018-08-08 20:36

Trading volumes on the JSE have dwindled amid uncertainty about the ANC’s policies on land and mining ahead of elections set for next year.

Slow down - elections ahead

2018-08-01 05:45

Now more than ever, voters must keep their eyes wide open and examine the evidence in front of them as elections approach, writes Solly Moeng.


With voting over, it's Ramaphosa's moment of truth

2019-05-09 05:00

South Africa started counting votes late on Wednesday after an election that puts President Cyril Ramaphosa’s tenuous grip over his party to the test and hopes of reviving a flagging economy at stake.

Election results won't change too much too soon - analyst

2019-05-06 21:31

While Wednesday's election will be highly contested, specialised market research company Intellidex sees it as less important for what comes next.

Fearmongering over recession won't do any good - Madonsela

2018-09-07 13:55

South Africa must choose hope over fear and not play the blame game, former Public Protector Thuli Madonsela has said.

SA needs clear policy reforms first, then investment will follow - Old Mutual

2018-08-04 08:45

SA needs policy clarity on key issues like mining, land reform and corruption before much-needed investment flows into the country, say experts at Old Mutual Investment Group.

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