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5th March 2018 What do Ford, AngloGold Ashanti, Gold Fields and Tiger Brands have in common? They are just a few of the well-known companies in South Africa... →
1st March 2018 Cyril Ramaphosa has had to tread a fine line in moving from the role of negotiator to that of South Africa’s new president. The man who helped the... →
28th February 2018 South African President Cyril Ramaphosa has announced sweeping changes to the Cabinet he inherited from Jacob Zuma. Notably, respected former... →
28th February 2018 South Africa’s new president, Cyril Ramaphosa, has announced his cabinet. As widely expected, he either fired or demoted almost all cabinet... →
23rd February 2018 Its obvious that the South African government approached the 2018 budget from an extremely tight spot and with limited options. The country has... →
22nd February 2018 The 2018 Budget, presented by Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba in Parliament, lays out the painful consequences of the country’s public finances for... →
22nd February 2018 South Africa’s 2018 national budget came with a raft of tax increases indicating the country’s desperation to address a growing gap in its public... →
22nd February 2018 South Africa’s 2018 national budget was presented amid growing concern about the financial sustainability of key state owned enterprises such as... →
21st February 2018 At a time where Africa has seen a few long-standing leaders exit, the issue of change in power is occupying minds of citizens as well as those in... →
20th February 2018 Hailemariam Desalegn, the Prime Minister of Ethiopia has become the first Ethiopian leader to relinquish power willingly. He submitted his... →