Nuclear power for South Africa? | by Peter Becker

The South African government is planning to order six nuclear reactors at an estimated cost of R1 trillion. What would the consequences of this be?Before we can understand this, we need to have some other plan to compare it to, which requires an understanding of how...

Labour productivity is up, with real wages stagnant

Two replies to Loane Sharp by Dick Forslund and Simon Eppel, originally published in Business Report, December 19, 2012: The South African Reserve Bank (SARB) reported in its latest Quarterly Bulletin that labour productivity is going up, as it has since 1994. The...