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THE JSE AND BLACK OWNERSHIP Centuries of colonial domination in Africa, including South Africa, left countries either without their own bourses or stock exchanges still heavily weighted against black ownership
Has the lack of economic and political will delayed the growth of black-owned companies on the JSE? There are several factors, says politician and development economist, Professor
21 Feb 2018
CATERING FOR ALL NEEDS Overcoming Africa's obstacles to gain enough liquidity to attract meaningful levels of investment
The African growth story is no longer a fairy tale. Over the past decade multinational companies, private equity funds and infrastructure development programmes have channelled
13 Mar 2017
AFRICA Turning up the heat
Nigeria’s integration with global economy turns up the heat for regulatory compliance.
15 Jun 2015
GLOBALISATION Busting the myth
Globalisation: The question to ask is - are we really as global as we think we are?
12 Jun 2015
ENTREPRENEURSHIP Stroke of genius
Sibongile Manganyi, BBQ’s Businesswoman of the Year in 2012, is pioneering a bold new one-stop-shop for the built environment.
21 Apr 2014




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