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Complex financial arrangements have to be brought into the books.

Gold mining reduces infant mortality

So does economic development.

Will the PIC vote to block Sibanye bid for Lonmin?

If the deal does not proceed Lonmin could be left rudderless, says mining analyst Wilhelm Hertzog.

Leadership change pays off for Adcorp

Australian market ripe for expansion says CEO.

Tito Mboweni poised to retain post

Minister said to be best positioned to ensure SA continues to deal with its debt burden and maintain market stability.

Why share prices aren’t always what they should be

And the opportunity for contrarian investors.

The new era has begun, and the stakes are high

Ramaphosa is under pressure to turn the economy around, and he's going to need all the help he can get.

Gold mining is far from dead in SA

Fresh round of predictions that the sector is on its last legs, but the figures show otherwise.

Eskom is pushing SA Inc towards green buildings

Companies compelled to consider alternative power sources to ensure business continuity.

The ingredients of a pro-growth cabinet

A cabinet that supports evidence-based policy and decision-making is crucial.

Getting rich by investing in art is so easy

Much of the appreciation in art and other collectibles is really just a lesson in the magic of compounding.

Meet the vegan-aires: Alt-meat frenzy boosts tech, food fortunes

Beyond Meat’s dizzying IPO has minted a new elite of plant-based power players.

Fashion's sustainability push isn't keeping up with growth

The industry's carbon emissions are estimated to be more than those of all international flights and maritime shipping combined.

These 15 cities are doing the most on global warming

Cities are forming alliances to share knowledge and push for change.

Can we get SA back on track?

Progress is unlikely to be smooth and will take time.

Getting the right institutions in place to run Africa's cities efficiently

Urbanisation in many developing countries is not delivering the benefits of people and firms clustering together.

Consumers in for a very tough time

With fuel price hikes, carbon tax and an unemployment crisis on our hands.

Q&As: Financial implications when emigrating

Answers to a few questions you may have pertaining to financial implications when emigrating from South Africa.

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