Why your retirement dreams are crashing around you

A perfect storm that can leave an investor under-funded for life.

Advancing South Africa into the 4th Industrial Revolution

Government and business will have to work together to adapt to the future.

Reassembling a shattered Sars

A welcome sign is that Kingon has already begun to clean up.

Policy cannot afford to be reactive to the automation revolution

If jobs considered safe by today’s standards become obsolete – then what?

The toxic trade-off

Labour, business and government seem locked in dispute over who should get what, focusing on distribution rather than contribution and wealth creation.

I see a bad moon rising

Several red flags must surely be flapping furiously in the wind by now.

Auditors and accountants behaving badly

The failure of auditors to properly appraise the value of goodwill has tarnished their own.

Why Capitec (and not Nedbank, the PIC or the Grindrod consortium) should buy Mercantile

The business banking space is hotting up, and few will be able to match the simplicity and fees that Capitec offers.

These are the days of a reactionary labour movement

Organised labour is responsible for its own weakening status and influence.

The revised Mining Charter fumbles and crashes

No friend of labour or mining communities, and likely to discourage investors.

Governments and entrepreneurship

The Holy Grail of purpose that should apply to all business – that of serving its market or customers – must equally apply to government.

South Africa’s investment appeal continues to be sabotaged

There is a lack of understanding of the obstacles that an incoherent government policy creates.

The down and dirty of executive share incentive schemes

Why should this elite class of taxpayer remain protected?

The mountain Ramaphosa must climb is -2.2% higher

Unpopular policy decisions may trigger a quick economic recovery.

Minimum wage: a burden or lifeline for the economy?

An upswing in wages may boost the economy, but it won’t solve the unemployment crisis.



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