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Ryk van Niekerk

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Ryk van Niekerk is the Moneyweb editor. He has 18 years' experience as a financial journalist. Before joining Moneyweb, he was the national editor of Sake24, Media24's national financial daily.

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The greatest threat to social stability

Grant payments should be declared a national priority before it becomes a national disaster.

Nuclear, gas and the Medium-Term Budget Speech

Gigaba will show the extent of Zuma’s remaining political power.

KPMG break-up will trigger herd mentality

Corporate SA is likely to turn its back on the firm following questionable conduct.

Questions surround the CEO SleepOut Initiative

Profitability almost rhymes with philanthropy. It’s close, but not quite.

HSAG and Georgiou lock horns, again

Helgard Hancke applies to intervene in application for leave to appeal.

We’re heading for Radical Economic Destruction

The ANC policy conference has been about a lot of things, setting out a rescue plan for the economy was not one of them.

Law firm audits Bell Pottinger after allegations of sowing racial tension

PR firm wants to limit damage to its reputation.

Zuma is SA’s economic policy

ANC’s economic transformation document not bad, but irrelevant.

Zuma leading the ‘parasitic bourgeoisie’

More than R10bn channeled to Gupta-linked companies.

‘I will not do business in South Africa again, if…’

Words of international CEO rings true in Ramatlhodi revelation.

Post-downgrade strategies for investors

Those who are geared towards income can beef up interest-carrying instruments – Richus Nel.

ANC would do well to look at Elon Musk

Tesla CEO has built an empire mostly on belief in his ability. This is the type of leadership SA needs.

Zuma overplayed his hand out of desperation

The smoking gun is the list of cabinet members he presented to the ANC top six.

Did Sharemax contravene the Banks Act?

Pretoria High Court to be asked to give a declaratory order.

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