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Tebogo Tshwane is a curious and enthusiastic journalist with an interest in public policy and labour. She started her career at Eyewitness News as an intern and then moved to the Mail and Guardian where she was a business reporter underneath the Adamela Trust before joining Moneyweb in 2019.

Trudi Makhaya: Hope for SA despite junk-status red flags

President's economic advisor speaks ahead of the investment summit this week.

Mini budget in a nutshell

Tax revenue, growth, spending - everything is bleak.

R53bn-sized tax hole in 2019

Government also lowers estimates for the next two years by R200bn.

The beginning of the end of Eskom’s monopoly (really)

Department of Public Enterprises releases the roadmap to Eskom’s unbundling.

Water consumption in Gauteng has become unsustainable

Residents urged to use the resource sparingly or face the prospect of 'water shedding'.

Ayo-linked PIC analyst to challenge dismissal

Analyst Victor Seanie says he is being treated 'unfairly'.

Kieswetter requires ‘greater level of disclosure’ from Bain

Bain & Company has been accused of not being transparent about its role in Sars’s destruction. 

PIC fires first employee linked to Ayo deal

The assistant portfolio manager for listed equities was the most junior person who worked on the deal.

Eskom accuses Deloitte of corruption and (maybe) plagiarism 

On top of participating in a rigged tender process, Eskom says Deloitte may have stolen work from McKinsey.

Energy transition should not leave communities and workers behind

Exxaro CEO Mxolisi Mgojo says the country needs a just transition to being a low carbon economy.

A disenchanted Herman Mashaba resigns from the DA

He has confirmed his exit as Joburg mayor and the party.

Stage 2 load shedding not over yet – Eskom

As of 17:00 on Thursday Eskom believed it could downgrade load shedding to Stage 1 on Friday but this has been derailed.

Treasury moves mini budget date – again

This is the second time that the MTBPS has been moved.

How businesses can use social media to boost customer engagement

Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn are forcing businesses to reimagine customer interaction – ‘adapt or die’.

Blockchain and the healthcare sector

Yes – blockchain, not bitcoin.
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