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Mboweni questions need to hold onto state assets

'One should be careful not to elevate state ownership to a religion.'

Getting YES wrong

Right of reply.

African Bank is being beaten back into shape with digital plan

Bank is hoping its new product offering will help it take on competitors.

Food insecurity could increase in Mozambique this year

The challenge will be on the infrastructure side in the ports.

Week ahead: Moody's, MPC, state capture

Two key events in the coming week.

Mozambique flooding crisis classified in line with Syria

A million people have been affected by flooding in the wake of Idai.

Braai for breakfast and 2-hour commutes: SA in the dark

Chaos reigns as the country battles a massive power shortage.

The world's wealth rests on a paper-thin illusion

The world is wealthier now than it’s ever been — but only on paper.

Can bringing young and old under one roof solve the world's housing crisis?

Governments around the world are seeking to tackle the twin crises of homelessness and loneliness.

Irrigating Africa: Can small-scale farmers lead the way?

Farmer-led irrigation varies between informality, flexibility and adaptability.

Why the ethnicity pay gap is even more complicated than gender

Companies have failed to gather information on employee ethnicity.

Sars workers to strike over pay dispute

Employees are asking for a 9% wage increase.

The dash for cash

'It takes depressed valuations and negative sentiment to set the ground for strong excess returns.'

Mayday? Pressure builds on Theresa May to announce plans to quit

Rumours are circling that discussions are under way for a timetable on when the prime minter should resign.

How small businesses can make investments to weather the electricity crisis

Owners who are serious about staying in business should rather think long term.

What we learnt from young South Africans about minimum wage and employment

The national minimum wage could benefit young people who have jobs and could stimulate others who have given up.

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