World’s top bicycle maker says the era of 'Made in China' is over

Giant Manufacturing is part of a growing number of global firms pivoting production out of China in response to growing trade tensions.

High noon for devious parents as judges place children first

Maintenance evaders beware – the litigant with the best typewriter doesn't always win.

Naspers's biggest investor considers cutting R245bn stake

Reportedly over concerns the GEPF is overexposed to a single stock.

South Africa finds a credit rating, once lost, is hard to regain

'The solution lies in appropriate political, social and macroeconomic policies,' says former Sarb governor.

Tech tool aims to predict global water conflicts before they happen

Artificial intelligence can predict where conflicts over scarce water will break out up to a year in advance, researchers say.

What it takes to be a millennial entrepreneur

Ten tips to help the millennial starting out as an entrepreneur.

Top food firms spot supply-chain risks to forests in real time

Deforestation is a key driver of global warming, accounting for about 15% of emissions of heat-trapping gases.

How fathers can make Father’s Day count

There's an opportunity for dad to put the time together to good use.

Do-good capitalism has to act as if the world depends on it

The UN would require private capital between $5trn to $7trn annually to solve its 17 sustainable development goals over the next decade.

Saving earth with electric cars means wrecking a fragile desert

Mining for lithium has increased as the element is indispensable to the production of electric vehicles.

Form is temporary, quality is permanent

The consumer staples sector was down in 2018, but this year it appears brands are back.

Sustainable, socially minded Father's Day gifts for the woke dad

As the roles of fathers and notions of masculinity evolve, so should your gift giving.

Sack the Necsa board before it wrecks the company – union

A once model state-owned company is being ruined by design, say union members.

Emerging market central banks in spotlight in wake of SA debate

Other countries have had similar discussions to South Africa about the role of their central banks.

JSE to determine facts over Sygnia and Deloitte break up

Fund manger could face sanctions or fines if found to have misled shareholders about the reasons for the audit firm's sudden departure.

The potential unintended consequences of prescribed assets

Impacts could be far-reaching.

Professionals rate Google and Investec the best employers in SA

While students prefer Sasol, the Reserve Bank and the public sector.

‘Policy certainty is the cheapest form of stimulus’ – Reserve Bank advisor

As high debt levels limit SA's growth acceleration options.



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