Polls have been wrong many times in the past as the sample is small and those polled don’t always want to reveal their preferences.
In his Budget speech in February 2019, Finance Minister Tito Mboweni acknowledged that there is a need for a shift in policy so that cannabis can become a potential source of revenue.
In a new book, The Age of Surveillance Capitalism, Shoshana Zuboff claims that the digital era has been hijacked with specific commercial goals in mind.
Negotiations on the US trade war with China is going so well that it has been described as ‘fantastic’ by National Economic Council Director Larry Kudlow.
It looks as if 2019 will be the year when a number of high profile tech companies are going public.
Facebook is standing first in the firing line of criticism of the big tech companies who are accused of selling users private data, channelling propaganda and fake news and damaging democratic elections.
In a divided country, the starting gun has been fired for the next general election and if it looked rough up to now, it is about to go nuclear.
This week is a crucial one for the ANC as it is tries to find a uniform voice for the May elections.
A decision by Zimbabwe to effectively create a new national currency for the first time since adopting the US dollar in 2009 would fail without associated fiscal reforms to restore trust, says a former finance minister.
Anthea Jeffery is advocating for “tax-funded schooling vouchers”, which she sees as a way of enabling not only middle class kids, but also ones from poorer families to attend independent school.