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30 JULY 2018

Land: Learning from the Chinese

The complexity of the debate about land expropriation without compensation can ultimately be summarised into two questions.
01 MAY 2018

SA economy on the right track for growth - director general

SA could improve its growth prospects by taking advantage of the "low hanging fruits" and dealing with policy uncertainties in critical sectors such as mining, says National Treasury Director General Dondo Mogajane.
02 APRIL 2018

Business Landscape 2018

Professor Nick Binedell, Founding Director and Senior Faculty at GIBS, discusses the South African business landscape for 2018 at the GIBS Economic Outlook 2018 Conference.
06 MARCH 2018

The economic outlook for South Africa

President Cyril Ramaphosa’s new administration must show a demonstrable commitment to structural reform if it is to stimulate the stagnating South African economy.
05 FEBRUARY 2018

Financial inclusion needed to grow SA economy

Access to financial services hold the key to unlock economic development and growth in South Africa and emerging markets.
05 DECEMBER 2017

SA's finance minister fails to come up with the goods

Given the gloomy political and economic environment in South Africa, a great deal was expected from Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba’s first budgetary statement.
03 OCTOBER 2017

Latest WEF report a big wake up call for SA

The drop of 14 places to 61st place out of 137 countries appears to be the biggest single annual decline since SA's original participation in the WEF survey many years ago.


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Growth is not SA’s priority despite the rhetoric

South Africa is taking the low road of stagnating growth, policy confusion and gridlock, rising social tension and uncertainty about the future, says leading development think tank.
10 JULY 2017

'White monopoly capital’ is not about race

The Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) has become an easy target for calls for radical economic transformation, but these claims are based on misinformation and an erroneous understanding of ownership, shareholding and globalisation.