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Recent articles by Ciaran:

SA crypto pioneer Luno finds a US buyer

Born in Cape Town, Luno came to dominate the crypto market in Africa and has now been bought by Digital Currency Group. → Read More

Does the future of education look more like Zoom than classroom?

AdvTech and Curro demonstrate remarkable agility during lockdown. → Read More

Other than in the Western Cape, municipalities are failing miserably

And this was before the pandemic. It’s time to rethink local government in its entirety. → Read More

Mixed bag for mining stocks as AngloGold CEO says goodbye

Kelvin Dushnisky calls it a day after releasing a great set of results. → Read More

Kumba shrugs off coronavirus and announces R7bn expansion

Slightly lower interim earnings offset by R700m in cost savings. → Read More

Agriculture blossoms while the rest of the economy shrivels

There’s some good news here from a surprising quarter. → Read More

Demand for Krugerrands is through the roof

Boosted by a strong gold price and quest for diversification. → Read More

Mexem is building the next generation of investors

With its disruptive low-cost fee structure. → Read More

‘Reckless’ and ‘irregular’ new hires at nuclear plant during lockdown

Trade union Nehawu says two of three new hires were re-employed after previously being subject to disciplinary hearings. → Read More

Get ready for an August peak in stock prices

Cycle theory has a pretty good track record in calling out the tops and bottoms. → Read More

How the auditors keep dodging the fraud bullet

A new report by Open Secrets puts them back in the crosshairs. → Read More

Mmusi Maimane loses court bid to block schools reopening

Against trade union Solidarity and government, odd bedfellows in this case. → Read More

The evictions begin

A new wave of homelessness is on its way, says Liberty Fighters Network. → Read More

SA’s lost decade and how to fix it

First, approach the IMF for funding, then tear down the walls holding investment out. → Read More

It just got much harder to litigate consumers into bankruptcy

After Western Cape High Court gave Standard Bank the boot. → Read More

Lockdown is killing the labour movement

Some trade unions are likely to exit this lockdown crippled. → Read More

While no one was looking, a miner pulled off a major gold find

In Namibia – with Namibian and South African managers, Australian technology and Canadian money. → Read More

Has the gold stallion bolted?

Not by a long shot. Even Bank of America puts it at $3 000 an ounce in 18 months. → Read More

You don’t qualify for bank assistance? Good, you’ve dodged a bullet

The relief packages offered by banks could be the cause of untold legal cases in the months to come. → Read More

Gold in a time of coronavirus

The phones are ringing hot at SA Bullion, as South Africans rush to gold. → Read More