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Things are getting worse – but there’s an easy solution

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Discovery CEO Adrian Gore mentioned at the recent Leadership Summit that there is an element of 'declinism' - a pessimism about the state of one’s country - in South Africa, and that it did not accurately represent the situation facing our country.

SME RESILIENCE DESPITE ECONOMIC STRAIN

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Despite a tough economic environment, 92% of small businesses in South Africa actively plan to increase their customer base and generate more sales over...

Embracing Chaos – Do Troubled Times Favour the Bold?

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When things look their bleakest is when mighty business empires are formed. When the headlines are full of #GuptaLeaks, credit rating agencies, US President Donald...

SURVEY | Ethical sentiment among professional South Africans drop sharply!

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Following a bruising year of corporate scandals, the AEPF Ethical Practices Survey 2018 reveals 1 in 4 believe financial success is more important than doing the right thing - while 25% in public sector say they fear for their lives when reporting wrongdoing.

West Africa – top five business risks

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As Nigeria exits the recession of 2017, investor sentiment across West Africa is likely to experience uplift in 2018. Still, political uncertainty ahead of Nigeria’s 2019 presidential elections and on-going security concerns are among the key risks for businesses operating in the region. 2017 has been a tough and turbulent year for businesses in the region, however with Nigeria exiting recession, and foreign exchange shortages easing, we see a strong improvement in investor sentiment emerging.

Municipal debtors management critical

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Managing the debtor book is critical to ensuring stable cash flows for any municipality, and has great impact on its ability in delivering services to its constituents.

WEATHERING THE TOUGH TIMES AHEAD

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According to National Treasury, the GDP growth rate is forecasted at an estimated 1.3% for 2017. The outlook points to a tough year ahead...

GLOBAL ECONOMIC IMPACT ON SME’s

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The global economy has become ever more complex and consequently, fragile and susceptible to financial and economic uncertainty. The 21st century has seen the fastest...

Optimism among SMMEs for future growth

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The South African Institute of Chartered Accountants (SAICA) has for the past three years run a survey among small and medium enterprises, both to learn how SAICA members can better serve the sector, and to offer relevant research findings to policymakers in government seeking to stimulate small business development.

Former President Thabo Mbeki urges ANC rethink on EWC

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It is a well-known fact that the ANC sees itself not primarily as a ruling party, but rather as a movement. This means that it needs to justify its continued existence in terms of the attainment of the objectives given at the organisation’s founding. The need to do this is what informs former President Thabo Mbeki’s critique of the Expropriation Without Compensation policy (EWC) through the 'leak' of his foundation’s memo.

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