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China's growth story has plenty of holes

Don’t get carried away by the green shoots, data shows that Beijing’s targets are increasingly unrealistic.

Can SA learn lessons from the mega mistakes of Eskom’s mega projects?

By conservative estimation, Kusile and Medupi debt costs amount to R300bn.

Capitalising on the stupendously Chinese 'nation'

Much innovation and tech-related manufacturing takes place in this super-region.

How portrayal of protest in South Africa denigrates poor people

The number of protests across SA have not increased, they have just become more noticed.

SA forced into emergency aid payout to troubled Eskom

Documents show the government was forced to pay R5bn in emergency funds so Eskom could meet obligations.

Presidential panel member rejects final report on land reform

Head of AgriSA says an alternative report has been released on 'proven agricultural practice and sustainable economic growth.'

How did the Brits get into this mess and does it matter?

In the meantime, South Africans have their own votes to cast.

Shoprite cuts chairman Wiese's voting influence

The proposed deal will see Wiese's voting interest reduced to 17.8% from 42.3%.

Top 10 things South Africans ask Google about money

The top money-related questions South Africans asked Google in 2018.

5 examples of devices the smartphone is displacing

Smartphones have become the go-to device for so many things we do each day.

Eskom gets R17.7bn of planned support

The transfer is part of a R23bn support pledge by the government, for the current fiscal year.

Once-lauded anti-corruption body falls from grace

'The credibility of the office has plummeted,' says Corruption Watch director.

Weak economy stifles property industry while boosting tourism

New Cape Town AC Marriott hotel aimed at mid-level travellers.

Is there a witch-hunt for the next Steinhoff?

In an environment of negative sentiment, mispricing may create opportunities.

PIC inquiry: Fears of repercussions for Ayo witness

Ayo executive gives candid account of governance issues at the company after being subpoenaed to appear before the commission.

Where are the women money managers?

It's a global question.

Value investing and the fine art of negativity

Asking what could go wrong – thinking negatively – helps to reduce the impact of bad decisions and improves the overall returns of a portfolio.

Tough economic conditions a boon for Clicks

Health and beauty retailer adds 18 new pharmacies during reporting period.

Load shedding could cut 2019 GDP growth by 1.1 percentage points - Sarb

While 125 000 jobs are at risk should power cuts continue.

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