Business Day
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LETTER: The deckchairs must be thrown overboard, not rearranged
In diagnosing what ails the sphere of local government, Michael Evans misconnects the dots (“Time for a major restructuring of local government”, June 29). He diagnoses the problem as being “cadre deployment”, a personnel matter, but then slips into discussing institutional restr...
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The Independent
Women in Northern Uganda earn big from soap made from pig lard
Gulu, Uganda | THE INEPENDENT | Women groups in Northern Uganda have stepped u the use of pork lard as one of the raw materials for making laundry soap to get an extra income. With the price of laundry soap increasing, the women say the homemade soap has also helped …
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LETTER: De Ruyter is our best shot at averting collapse
There have been Pavlovian calls for Eskom CEO André de Ruyter to step down because he has not “fixed Eskom”. The butterflies — those who cannot imagine last year as they live only now — need to be reminded that Eskom was destroyed a quarter of a century ago, when then president...
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BRUCE MOMMSEN: How to invest in an inflationary world
Paul Volcker, who chaired the US Federal Reserve from 1979 to 1987, is most famous as the central banker who slayed the inflation dragon, unleashed by energy shocks (the Arab oil embargo and Iranian revolution) and central bank policies that were excessively pro-growth, ignoring...
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