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Reserve Bank is not to blame for the state of the economy
Tough choices will remain for SA when unearned respite fades
Short-termism and its unsustainable outcomes
SA must cut carbon emissions quickly — to protect its own economy
Careful with that cure for inflation
The Reserve Bank and Treasury's fiscal policies are bearing fruit
Fed hikes could trigger US recession — and global uncertainty
The Russia-Ukraine war will hurt SA’s investment ambitions: lessons from nine wars
The fog of negativity is clouding sight of real reforms
The Reserve Bank must raise interest rates — but how high and how fast?
It will be even harder for SA to attract investment
Government has made bold moves, business must reciprocate


Inflation jumps from 4.1% to 4.5% in Jan

Inflation jumps from 4.1% to 4.5% in Jan

Published on   February 19th, 2020
Moody’s getting moody, revises SA growth lower

Moody’s getting moody, revises SA growth lower

Published on   February 17th, 2020
Active inertia: the art of change by doing it the old way​
Coronavirus: Who will suffer most from a Chinese slowdown?
Hard times ahead if Treasury loses any more credibility
Global silver linings will do little to improve SA’s growth prospects
SARB cuts rates but this is not where growth will come from
Tiny numerical differences in growth projections not the issue
A new compact is needed, with business at its centre
If the boat isn’t rocked, we’re in for a warm Christmas
Government policies should benefit all and not a select few
Bold reforms the only way up for economy

Bold reforms the only way up for economy

Published on   October 25th, 2019