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Budget Watch Though budget sure to trigger a polarising debate
Minister of Finance, Malusi Gigaba said his upcoming budget involved tough decisions to stabilise the country's debt and the country will experience some pain as a
30 Jan 2018 - I. B. T.
Ramaphosa Watch Those trying to decode Ramaphosa are getting it wrong
One thing about Cyril Ramaphosa South Africans can probably be sure of is they won’t know what he plans to do until it is done. During the Cold War, a new profession emerged
16 Jan 2018
Economic Watch South Africa’s growth tragedy
By the time 2017came round South Africa’s economic growth performance, which peaked at 4.4% ten years earlier, has dropped back to the type of growth experienced in the
15 Jan 2018 - I. B. T.
Let's Think South Africa’s transition has just speeded-up
The integration of South Africa’s diverse society into a unified nation embracing a true inclusive democracy and economy picked up momentum with the election of Cyril
14 Jan 2018 - P. C.
Technology Watch Developing countries need to wake up to risks of new technologies
Too few developing countries, including South Africa, are giving serious attention to the risks associated with the new technologies driving the fourth industrial
09 Jan 2018
Economic Watch
Prudence teaches that societies experiencing difficult and uncertain times should hope for the best but prepare for the worst. South Africa should take this lesson seriously. It
03 Dec 2017
Africa Watch Faulty GDP logic of Africa rising story
Until a few years ago, all financial institutions and investment banks were celebrating ‘Africa Rising’, in a symphony of compliments that should have cautioned any
04 Nov 2017
Economic Watch Is classical capitalism reaching end of the road?
The debate on whether classical capitalism can retain its status as the world’s dominant economic system is gaining momentum. In an article under the headline Why capitalism
14 Oct 2017 - I. B. T.
South Africa Watch ANC has South Africa on hold until at least December
South Africa’s political future and its economic development are on hold. And, it will remain in that position until at least December, but probably well past the 2019
09 Oct 2017 - P. C.
Economic Watch South Africa’s ‘RET’ racing down dead-end street
The politically loaded South African notion of ‘Radical Economic Transformation’ is fast on its way to nowhere, as terms like Gross Domestic Product (GDP) and economic
08 Oct 2017 - I. B. T.

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