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Aug 20, 2011
View from Here Henry Ford knew that as factory-line manufacturing took root, labourers had to earn enough to buy what they made.
Read Article Capitalism must give everyone a stake in the game
Aug 16, 2011
South Africa's US$375 million rescue package for Swaziland has caused a storm of protest as it props up the playboy despot who runs the country. Read Article South African largesse raises alarm for Swaziland's impoverished
After a truce of sorts last year, the seasonal and costly confrontation between South Africa's employers and its powerful unions is back in full swing. Read Article Strike season back in full swing in South Africa
Aug 05, 2011
In these difficult times, expat life isn't a bad financial choice, as long as you're still saving. Read Article The View from Here: Beware the 'suckers rally'
Jul 30, 2011
Eco-Money Fast short-term profits are driving investment in social networking companies, while green-tech firms that have a longer slog to profitability are suffering. Read Article Clean-tech funding disappears into a cloud of IPOs
Jul 29, 2011
A region that is repeatedly afflicted by critical food shortages is beginning to ease its strident resistance to genetically modified food crops. Read Article Africa modifies its stance on GM crops
Jul 22, 2011
View from Here At this point, Rupert Murdoch's investors are likely to welcome a stock buyback. Read Article Buyback is merciful news for News Corp shareholders
Jul 18, 2011
Zimbabwe's military generals, who increasingly control the country and its economy, stand to benefit from the decision to end sanctions against the country's diamond exports. Read Article Can the blood really be washed from the diamonds?
Jul 08, 2011
While frowned on by governments, hoarding is nevertheless a useful skill for the economically desperate. Read Article Pack rats have all the skills to survive an economic meltdown
Jun 26, 2011
It took the death of a starving South African mine worker, who killed himself by drinking ant poison, to finally put an end to the tragedy. Read Article Quotas spark ruin at mining company left with blood on its hands
Gregor Stuart Hunter
The National staff with agency
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