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Tito's tweet: Desperate times call for desperate measures

The truth of the matter is that we are stuck, and desperate times do call for desperate measures. However, we must be cautious not to create a state of disarray and anarchy.
29 JUNE 2019

SA needs implementation of plans and projects

The problem with the NDP and other plans has hitherto largely been one of lack of adequate implementation.
29 JUNE 2019

Pull your socks up, SA!

There was a time, not so long ago, when South Africa could claim the role of ‘gateway to Africa’. That was then.
04 JUNE 2019

SA urgently needs pro-growth reforms

The much higher-than-expected negative GDP growth figures for 1Q 2019 reflect a large contraction in the economy in that quarter, ranking as probably the highest quarterly growth setback experienced in a decade.
02 APRIL 2019

SA’s energy problems just the tip of the iceberg

Public-Private Partnerships, access to financing and targeted skills development will be crucial in addressing Africa’s chronic power shortage.
02 APRIL 2019

Township development - yes, we can, Mr President!

One area of the economy that has seen very little development over the past twenty-five years and encapsulates all these pressure points is Townships.
02 FEBRUARY 2019

From diagnosis to action

Reflections from Davos.
03 NOVEMBER 2018

What did the investment conference deliver?

Over 1000 delegates attended the investment conference held in Sandton last week. Was anything achieved?
03 NOVEMBER 2018

South Africa’s jobs summit failed to tackle the hard issues

Anchored by the country’s President Cyril Ramaphosa in his new broom sweeps clean posture, the recently held Job Summit promised a lot but delivered very little substance.
09 OCTOBER 2018

What causes financial crises?

Today, the 2008 financial crisis seems like a footnote in history. But like other crises, it has sparked a period of soul-searching. What signs that a crisis was brewing did experts and regulators miss?