Global markets are oscillating between a deep red state and gossamer thin green, if any. The Dow has been down 13 out of the last 16 days and leading to losses across bourses and indices. And as Central banks look to inject stimulus, it’s becoming clearer than now amount of QE can cure a virus. Abdullah Verachia, CEO of The Strategists and Faculty at GIBS joins CNBC Africa for more.
Declared the Word of the Year by the Pan South African Language Board, land expropriation without compensation, created a shock-wave through local and global economic sentiment. Dr Roelof Botha, an independent economist, decided to project exactly how much it would cost to the economy. He joins CNBC Africa for more.
Business gives insight to Barbara Creecy’s 2018 Gauteng budget speech
Just five years ago the annual Gordon Institute of Business Science (GIBS) Youth Survey highlighted a society that was upbeat about the future and their career prospects. Back then 74% of learners...
Gauteng, Africa’s richest province and the economic engine of South Africa is a place of hope. It is a place where many come to escape poverty and seek enormous opportunities. These are...