Dementia takes toll on UK poll

Dementia takes toll on UK poll

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How Saffers use cryto-currency

How Saffers use cryto-currency

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Gupta plan to 'resettle' Zuma

Gupta plan to ‘resettle’ Zuma

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Mayor leads rain prayers at mountain

Mayor leads rain prayers at mountain

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SA suffering from 'capitalist crisis'

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Open letter from UCT VC

This is a letter to students released by University of Cape Town Vice-Chancellor Max Price on Thursday evening.
Cape Town – Dear colleagues and students, UCT remained closed today, and will be closed tomorrow (Friday 23 October 2015).
A mass meeting attended by thousands of members of the University was held on the plaza today.
Herewith


Nene has no room: Nomura

From Peter Attard Montalto, London-based executive director and senior emerging markets economist and strategist at the Japanese investment bank Nomura covering South Africa and emerging markets
23 October 2015 – There is no room left. This was the last hurrah. That was the message from Finance Minister Nene but also the numbers within the MTBPS. There


Allergies cost SA R600m a year

Friday 23 October 2015 – The cost of allergies to the South African economy is in excess of R606-million a year with healthcare expenditure and lost productivity being the biggest contributing factors.
Experts warn that should the unmet needs and strategies to prevent the burgeoning “allergy epidemic” not be addressed, it could soon overwhelm the


Average bureaucrat earns R241 000 pa

From Mike Schussler, economist.co.za economist on Facebook
Thursday 22 October 2015 – Did you know that this year South Africa will spend R550 billion on the salaries of all civil servants from local to national government including the Independent Electoral Commission and the like?
The R550 billion is nearly half of all government income (not


What would you do if you were Nene?

By Donwald Pressly, Editor Cape Messenger
If you were Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene what would you do to turbo-charge the country out of the economic doldrums? That is indeed the million dollar (nearly R14 million) question!
As the commentary poured in about Wednesday’s medium term budget policy statement and fiscal adjustments, one realised that there really


Nene misses opportunity: DA

From David Maynier, DA finance spokesman
Thursday 22 October 2015 – The Minister of Finance, Nhlanhla Nene, missed an opportunity to present an ambitious medium-term budget policy statement aimed at dealing with the low-growth, high-unemployment spiral and giving hope to the 8.4 million people who do not have jobs in South Africa.
The