Financial Services Strategy
It is clearly the case that Eskom would shed jobs in a financial turnaround. But just think of the destruction to employment that has been caused by Eskom’s dysfunction: the deindustrialisation of...
This column was first published in Business Day Some deep questions are raised by the ANC’s national executive committee statement last week and rotate on […]
Much rhetoric but lack of dial-moving action are leading to frustration among business. The foremost example of this has been the reaction of the telecoms industry to spectrum after the Q&A last...
Governments globally lean on the banking system when they need cash. SA is no exception. During the latter half of the Zuma presidency, as the financial position of state-owned enterprises (SOEs)...
The load-shedding shock has apparently not been big enough to cause any action.
In some ways I preferred the period of 2005-2008, when Cosatu would march to the Reserve Bank and make demands to the governor. They were simpler times, with simpler demands.
SA is a complex swirl of emotions: edginess, anger, despair and resignation. Most worrying is that such emotions apply to business too, putting the country at a very dangerous point — there is a...
IPPs are a solution to Eskom’s woes, not the cause, says Intellidex Chairman Stuart Theobald in his Business Day column today.
Intellidex chairman Stuart Theobald argues that a new vision is needed for the PIC. Featured in today’s Business Day
Peter Attard Montalto continues looking at how reforms can be achieved within the political economy - this time on Eskom or similar in Business Day.
Intellidex is a leading research and consulting firm that specialises in capital markets and financial services in Africa.