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SA feels its way through the complex global pollution debate

South Africa's deputy energy minister expects the latest round of climate talks will make global markets cleaner starting next year ...
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Want land reform to succeed? Then don’t destabilise agriculture, banks

The bottom line is that new farmers on redistributed land will not be successful and new jobs will not be ...
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Billionaire Motsepe gets going with challenging SA banks

Tyme Bank's launch has been a long time coming and it's recently quietly got going after winning a licence from ...
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Shock graph: SA gold output plunges most since 2015

South African gold output plunged the most in almost four years in September, Pretoria-based Statistics South Africa said in a ...
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A chance to fix SA democracy with fresh electoral reform motion

SA could see a change in its electoral system to ensure greater accountability and allow for the direct election of ...
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Gordhan to tell how close we came to total State Capture horror

Former South African Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan directly implicated Jacob Zuma in being part of an orchestrated campaign to loot ...
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Will Mboweni shut down SAA? It’s starting to look that way!

The Free Market Foundation has put together a media release in which it suggests that Tito Mboweni could succeed in ...
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SLR London Diary: Leftist hypocrisy, bah humbug….it’s mental impairment

Simon shares an interesting week punctuated by Labour Party hypocrisy (sorry, mental impairment) and South African visitors helping to remind ...
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The hard, cold facts about SA’s land issue – Lawrence McCrystal

A great deal of misinformation is being spread by politicians about land in South Africa, so here are the facts ...
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Naspers numbers are deteriorating, warns Ted Black

Ted Black has attempted to make sense of Naspers through a ROAM (Return On Assets Managed) lens. His findings make ...
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