Daily Archives: May 19, 2013
- La part des pays en développement dans les investissements mondiaux va tripler d’ici 2030.
- La Chine et l’Inde seront les plus grands investisseurs du monde en développement.
- L’amélioration des conditions de vie des populations pauvres passe par une meilleure éducation.
Dans moins d’une génération, le monde en développement dominera l’épargne et les investissements mondiaux. C’est ce qui ressort du dernier rapport Global Development Horizons (GDH).
Government waiting in the wings to impose regulations if the petrochemical giant doesn’t agree to revised plastic prices
Angela Dick, the CEO and founder of Transman, the largest privately owned, temporary-employment service provider in SA, has driven her company’s revenue from R85 000 in 1983 to R640 million today, writes Sue Grant-Marshall
A recent study into what drives our spending behaviour revealed some interesting results, providing us with insight into our personal money choices, writes Maya Fisher-French
Six years of legal proceedings cost far more than fine imposed
Roberto Azevêdo, the new Brazilian director-general, promises to revive global trade deal negotiations
Ensuring your child has a good education, which makes them employable, is part of a holistic retirement strategy
Ministry’s ambitious plan forces agency to stop new loans
Have you noticed suspicious “content charges” on your cellphone bills? Has your prepaid airtime vanished without you having made calls or sent SMSes? You’re not alone.
After collapsing at a rugby match. Tributes flow in.
Decreasing the municipal rates from about R7,844 a month to about R157.90.
The finance ministry had been pitching for a ratings upgrade.
Mining industry can ill afford to offer wage rises so it may well face fresh strikes.
470 workers started an illegal strike over bonus payments.