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Most read, most talked about business articles of the past week:

1. 'Thabo Mbeki basically just told them not to vote for the ANC of Jacob Zuma!'

Thabo Mbeki and Julius Malema have nothing in common!” says the Midday Report’s Stephen Grootes in this interview.

2. Nigeria’s (once booming) economy is toast

Africa at Work CEO Dianna Games discusses the African juggernaut’s rapidly declining fortunes.

3. 'The DA is the story of this election' - Stephen Grootes

Bruce Whitfield interviews the Midday Report’s Stephen Grootes about what he calls “an urban-based referendum on the rule Jacob Zuma".

4. Three smoking hot shares you should consider buying, right now (according to Sasfin)

Bruce Whitfield interviews Sasfin Securities Portfolio Manager Nesan Nair for his weekly stock pick feature.

5. 'Political power is slipping from the hands of the ANC' - Richard Calland

“Clearly, the people have spoken,” says Political Analyst Richard Calland. “It’s a significant swing against the ANC…”

6. Ratings agencies have their beady eyes on the ANC’s reaction to election outcome

Policies the ANC may adopt due to this election could influence ratings agencies, according to Old Mutual Investment Group.

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'Political power is slipping from the hands of the ANC' - Richard Calland

'Political power is slipping from the hands of the ANC' - Richard Calland

"Clearly, the people have spoken. It’s a significant swing against the ANC," says Political Analyst Richard Calland.

'The DA is the story of this election' - Stephen Grootes

'The DA is the story of this election' - Stephen Grootes

The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviews Stephen Grootes of the Midday Report.

Ratings agencies have their beady eyes on the ANC’s reaction to election outcome

Ratings agencies have their beady eyes on the ANC’s reaction to election outcome

Policies the ANC may adopt due to this election could influence ratings agencies, according to Old Mutual Investment Group

Nigeria’s (once booming) economy is toast

Nigeria’s (once booming) economy is toast

The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviews Africa at Work CEO Dianna Games.

'Thabo Mbeki basically just told them not to vote for the ANC of Jacob Zuma!'

'Thabo Mbeki basically just told them not to vote for the ANC of Jacob Zuma!'

The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviews The Midday Report’s Stephen Grootes.

3 smoking hot shares you should consider buying, right now (according to Sasfin)

3 smoking hot shares you should consider buying, right now (according to Sasfin)

Bruce Whitfield interviews Sasfin Securities Portfolio Manager Nesan Nair for his weekly stock pick feature.

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