Malusi Gigaba's probation period as the country's finance minister ends today. October marks his sixth month at the helm and I think it's a fair enough period for a judgment to be made. During his term, the rand and equity markets haven't performed too badly. While it has weakened since the end of March, the rand has only marginally declined against the US dollar, falling just under a percent.
How to â€¦ South Africa needs gender equality, including more women role models and more benefits for working parents, says Gale Shabangu, the inclusion and diversity lead for business consulting firm Accenture ...
Valued at only R2-billion, private schooling group Curro is now about nine times larger than Group Five. And that for a company that was listed only in 2011. Group Five and its sector have seen better days. The extraordinary meeting to be held at the end of this month is more to do with shareholders' loss of confidence in not just the board but its fundamentals too. A handsome parting gift is an absolute necessity to satisfy clients.
Mugabe became leader of ZANU PF and country president because he was the smartest in the room. Seems he still is some 37 years later...outsmarted everyone in that room, country and all of us... https://t.co/4kHR84Lb9B
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