The global effects of the US import tariff hikes have already been felt in South Africa Cyril Ramaphosa must have thought he had it (relatively)
A Border Management Authority (BMA) makes a lot of sense, but this could undo much of the progress made to date. Hidden among other news
The bus drivers’ strike in may will have far-reaching economic implications. As an economist, I am often asked to delve into unfamiliar topics to provide
There are various regional examples of how spending on infrastructure – such as roads and rail – can boost a country’s competitive advantage. In the
Investigating a decline in infrastructure spend (part one). February came and went with the passing of the budget by the then Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba.
We all want the rand to be stronger, but there is a downside. A few columns ago I discussed how an exchange rate impacts on
December certainly proved eventful across much of the economic spectrum. Sitting in Colesberg on the first leg of my holiday, I eagerly watched the ruling
When you are a bus operator… While the South African economy navigates the doldrums that have characterised 2017, the global economy continues on the path