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Leverage AfCFTA opportunities to expand SA companies into the rest of Africa

29 Nov 2021  / Cyril Ramaphosa
From the desk of the president.

Now that the elections are over, the brutal reality sinks in for metros

29 Nov 2021  / Ciaran Ryan
Of the eight metros, only Cape Town is in any kind of financial health.

‘We’re at the backend of a bubble ...’

29 Nov 2021  / Ryk van Niekerk
Rezco Asset Management CIO Rob Spanjaard explains the rationale around four top fund holdings: AB InBev, Discovery, Mondi and Bidcorp.

The role of endowments

29 Nov 2021  / Simon Brown
For flexibility and optionality in terms of properly diversifying offshore, one needs to know the capacity and the rules: Roenica Tyson – investment product manager at Glacier by Sanlam.

Implats renews Royal Bafokeng bid, valuing miner at R43.4bn

29 Nov 2021  / Felix Njini, Bloomberg
Implats, as the miner is known, offered R150 in cash and shares to RBPlat shareholders, a 24% premium to the closing price on November 26.
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What AVI shareholders made of the Mondelēz news

29 Nov 2021  / Keith McLachlan
The market was probably right to sell AVI’s share price down.

Sustainable investing promises big returns

29 Nov 2021  / Adriaan Kruger
'The winners will be very valuable, the losers will be punished hard' – Ninety One CEO Hendrik du Toit.

Quantum Foods’ profit takes a dip amid high feeding costs, bird flu outbreak

29 Nov 2021  / Palesa Mofokeng
Increase in global commodity prices and logistics costs to blame for hike in feed prices.

Omicron has dealt SA's tourism industry 'another serious body blow' — Mavuso

29 Nov 2021  / Busi Mavuso
Vaccination is key says BLSA CEO.

SA seeks to end policy ambiguity delaying Eskom rescue

29 Nov 2021  / Paul Burkhardt and Paul Vecchiatto, Bloomberg
'There is absolutely going to be one voice as we go forward into 2022 and one direction that we want to go in as well,' Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan said in a November 26 interview.

LIVE ARCHIVE: SA remains on alert level 1 – for now

28 Nov 2021  / Footage courtesy SABC
Strategy contingent on vaccinations. Read full speech.

Where can investors turn in 2022 to find returns and invest for a better tomorrow?

28 Nov 2021  / Ninety One
Ninety One’s CEO and several portfolio managers discuss their outlooks.

Do I qualify for permanent residency in SA?

28 Nov 2021  / Moeketsi Seboko and Jean Du Toit
Unpacking the intricacies.

Statistical ecology can unlock the power of biodiversity data in Africa

28 Nov 2021  / Henintsoa Onivola Minoarivelo, Francisco Cervantes Peralta and Timothy Kuiper
Case studies of statistical ecology in Africa.

What African countries got out of Cop26

28 Nov 2021  / Mouhamadou Bamba Sylla
Developed countries refuse to take any historical responsibility for the cost of losses and damages from climate change impacts, such as hurricanes and sea level rise.

How South Africa can get communities involved in conserving coastal and marine areas

28 Nov 2021  / Wayne Stanley Rice
The central challenge facing conservation is that it’s not only an ecological, but also a social issue.

The euro is plunging – and probably won’t bounce back soon

28 Nov 2021  / Keith Pilbeam, City, University of London
The euro has weakened against the US dollar since the beginning of 2021.

Pandemic hobby grows into plan for Africa's largest photography library

28 Nov 2021  / Angela Moore and Cooper Inveen, Reuters
'For so long we've let other people tell our stories and distribute our stories.'

Defining what’s ethical in artificial intelligence needs input from Africans

28 Nov 2021  / Mary Carman and Benjamin Rosman
We need international and national policies and regulatory frameworks to ensure that these emerging technologies benefit humanity as a whole.



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