What to do with SA lolly

What to do with SA lolly

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GLOBAL CITIZEN / September 28, 2016 /BizNews reports As South Africa braces for a possible downgr…
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Zim 'master predator' is out

Zim ‘master predator’ is out

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AFRICA / September 29, 2016 / BizNews Lessons for SA? Shame! on Zimbabwe. Collision course inev…
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SAPS eats up a storm

SAPS eats up a storm

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Democratic Alliance police spokesman Zakhele Mbhele, MP, reports that the South African Police Servi…
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Technology is 'game-changer'

Technology is ‘game-changer’

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29 September 2016 - Technology investment can be a socio-economic game changer for South Africa if g…
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ANC facing political gravity

ANC facing political gravity

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Professor Richard Calland, author of The Zuma Years, associate professor at the University of Cape T…
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What to do with SA lolly

GLOBAL CITIZEN / September 28, 2016 /BizNews reports

As South Africa braces for a possible downgrade to junk status by ratings agencies, investors should reassess their asset allocations. That’s the message from Andrew Rissik, MD at Sable Forex, who says that while investors appreciate South Africa’s high money market rates now, this situation could change fast.


Zim ‘master predator’ is out

AFRICA / September 29, 2016 / BizNews

Lessons for SA? Shame! on Zimbabwe. Collision course inevitable.

Cathy Buckle is on the ground in Zimbabwe and her latest blog post carries nothing but shame in it. It’s a look at all that’s going wrong in the country, and she feels the only way


SAPS eats up a storm

Democratic Alliance police spokesman Zakhele Mbhele, MP, reports that the South African Police Service spent more than R100 000 on catering every day
29 September 2016 – The SAPS Annual Report for 2015/16 has revealed that our police service spent more than R100 000 on catering every single day.
The report, released on Thursday, shows that R39.5


Technology is ‘game-changer’

29 September 2016 – Technology investment can be a socio-economic game changer for South Africa if government, business, educational institutions and civil society aggregate their contributions and efforts.
This is according to Mymoena Williams, Executive Director of the Cape Digital Foundation, speaking at a media roundtable in Cape Town jointly hosted by the Foundation and Neotel.


ANC facing political gravity

Professor Richard Calland, author of The Zuma Years, associate professor at the University of Cape Town and erudite academic has produced a political looking glass entitled Make or Break How the next three years will shape South Africa’s next three decades. At a Cape Town Press Club briefing, he introduced the concept of ‘political gravity’,


Minister misses SABC struggle

As the governing African National Congress held a press conference condemning the return of ousted SABC chief operating officer Hlaudi Motsoeneng through the back door, the government information agency reported that the Communications Minister was out of the country
28 September 2016  – Communications Minister Faith Muthambi has arrived at Port Louis, Mauritius, to participate