I first encountered Simon Ateba in November last year. Seated in the James R Brady room, Simon pressed Joe Biden’s former ...
When you follow the ways of your ancestors,” it read, “you will never be lost. Let your ancestors be your guiding light.” ...
In a country struggling to keep the lights on, create jobs and fix roads, the government’s plan to spend R22.5m on erecting a giant flag is being labelled ludicrous, unnecessary and so out of touch ...
Despite there being no other credible bidder for SAA, self-appointed experts keep carping on about Takatso having been ‘gifted’ the airline.
The Crypto Crash, which has seen prices drop sharply in the past week, has shaken the confidence of many enthusiasts.
This article by veteran journalist Chris Bateman on the SA healthcare system signals a legal system in dire need of an ...
Cricket South Africa launched a very 2020’s style of problem-solving by setting up a Social Justice and Nation Building ...
Why do the FAANGs matter so much and why should we be alert to a chance to buy them at a discount, asks the Financial Times.
It’s probably best, though, to steer away from investment clichés like ‘sell in May’ to make sure your portfolio stands the ...
X CEO Tobie van Heerden and Gareth Stobie explain how having the two disruptors in a single unit will impact SA’s investment market.
I recall, having a debate some months ago, with a very excited investor in Netflix, who believed the share price can only increase. He made good money and believed it can only get better. I disagreed.
Mirror Trading International’s liquidators have issued a joint summons against eighteen individuals to pay R4,666,077,528.