The South African immigration authority, the Department of Home Affairs (DHA), is currently causing significant inconvenience in the tourism sector. Due to massive backlogs and long processing times for visa applications, the DHA has advised tourists to leave the country by the end of February. This drastic measure could have far-reaching consequences for the country’s tourism industry, economic growth and security.
SARB Governor Lesetja Kganyago should quote the lyrics of Britney Spears “Oops, I did it again!” when his Monetary Policy Committee (“MPC”) surprised the public as well as the experts
It is still in utter disbelief of the ignorance of reality and the reckless broadcast of false facts that find us this weekend following the most recent decision by the
Since 2006 Hakainde Hichilema has tried to win the elections for president in Zambia, but only now has he been awarded success. His perseverance was commendable, considering the hardship his
There is unfortunately very little good news to report. Although our inflation rate is at 2.9% it did not tempt the Monetary Policy Committee of the Reserve Bank to grant