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Cosatu misses its chance to put workers' interests back on the table

With politics firmly in the spotlight, issues affecting the rank-and-file right member are left to suffer.

Why Naspers is a value stock

It's not all about the P/E.

What next for marijuana use in SA after landmark court ruling

There is much more work to be done to design a humane and rational system to regulate cannabis.

Barrick Gold agrees to buy rival Randgold in all-share deal

New Barrick Group will have a combined market value of $18 billion.

The legalities around customary marriage in SA

The practice of lobola is an ingrained cultural part of the way many South Africans get married, but what's tradition and what’s a legal marriage?

Alcohol abuse kills 3 million a year, most of them men - WHO

Global consumption of alcohol is predicted to rise in the next 10 years.

Good, great, greenest

Top tips for making your home more eco-friendly

SAA mulls cost cuts, asset sale

As banks refuse to lend the state carrier any more money.

In a world of robots, carmakers are hiring more humans

Carmakers in China and in other EMs favour human labour because it requires less upfront investment, says analyst.

Advance financial processes with artificial intelligence

The incorporation of AI into businesses can help speed up financial processes and ensures more accuracy.

Adapting equity positions quickly is key

Only by comprehending the need for quick equity position changes and risk in full, can equity portfolio managers manage it correctly.

No women, no progress, development experts warn

Studies show that when girls stay in education, they have more opportunities and are healthier, which in turn boosts national development.

Here's what keeps SA's MPC members up at night

A lack of trust, policy coherence and political infighting that’s hindering efforts to get reforms off the ground.

Aspen Pharma suffers week of woe as valuation tumbles by R45bn

Share price has dropped by 35% in just over a week.

Too early to panic on SA land, Sarb Prudential head says

'The proposals are far too vague and uncertain for us to panic in any way.'

The winds of change are still blowing in SA

South Africa's economy is currently at a point of 'peak pessimism', which is normally when things gradually start improving, says Els.

Retail snapshot of South Africa in Q2

Broll Retail Snapshot highlights consumer pressure with innovation as the upside.

Ramaphosa rolls the dice to rouse slumping SA economy

President is pulling multiple levers to kickstart the flailing economy.

Crisis demands revamped SA defence sector - Paramount chairman

South African defence industry struggling.

Five rules to help you discern good advice from bad

It is important to be able to discern between valuable advice and bad advice which is self-serving and may not be helpful.

Behind Ramaphosa’s mega-stimulus package

It will take some R50 billion worth of sacrifices by the government to make it possible.

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