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Aids, tuberculosis, tech innovation and the NHI When it comes to developments in healthcare, innovations in medicine and the technology that ties it all together
When it comes to developments in healthcare, innovations in medicine and the technology that ties it all together, predicting the future can be a thankless process However, the
11 Dec 2018
BUDGET SA budget deficit exceeds US dificit
Over the last few years, the size of the US budget deficit caused considerable angst among investors and ‘prophets of doom’ obsessed over the national debt clock on Times Square ticking over relentlessly.
28 Feb 2014
Cyprus financial crisis Huge implications of bailout not merely financial
The financial bailout deal enforced last week on Cyprus is truly a case where size does not matter. It not only sets a dangerous precedent, but its implications are far more than merely financial.
02 Apr 2013 - P. C.
Economic growth Growth alone will not solve unemployment problems
Although South Africa, like most of the rest of the world, has for some years been experiencing ‘jobless’ economic growth, the pursuit of higher economic growth is the single most agreed-upon policy strategy.
19 Mar 2013 - P. C.
Social spending Economic crisis puts state resources under pressure
The global economic crisis has had a big impact on the share of economic resources, pushing up public social spending to GDP ratios of economic powerhouses between 2009 and 2011.
03 Dec 2012 - P. C.
The terror of poverty in South Africa Gap between rich and poor still significant in South Africa
The appearance of the organisation Economic Freedom Fighters on the political landscape is symptomatic of one of the biggest challenges to democracy in South Africa.
05 Oct 2012 - P. C.




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