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Adrian Saville, CIO of Cannon Asset Managers, looks at how companies can overcome a poor business environment.

How many JSE companies do you think beat the last downturn?

CNBC Africa's Lindsay Williams speaks to Dr Adrian Saville CIO of Cannon Asset Managers about his Superdogs fund which finds value amongst stocks fallen out of favour with investors.

Development economics seeks to determine and promote the ingredients responsible for sustained improvements in the incomes and social well-being of populations.

Andile Khumalo from Power 98.7 speaks to the CIO, Cannon Asset Managers Dr Adrian Saville

We’re in the longest uninterrupted growth cycle that we have on record … the further it goes the closer it must be to exhaustion.

Moneyweb Radio Market Commentator podcast with Adrian Saville from 2 February 2015.

RYK VAN NIEKERK: Welcome to this Market Commentator podcast, our series of interviews with chief investment officers, portfolio managers and investment professionals.

Economic openness is one of the key ingredients to social inclusion and economic improvement. Savings converted to investment, Demograph, Education, Healthcare, Policy stability and institutional capability, are the most powerful elements that make up the “Sis Pack”. Power 98.7 Andile Khumalo speaks to Adrian Saville, CIO at Cannon Asset Management.

What do Assore, Sasol and BHP Billiton all have in common?

In Early January 2015, the "Tough times ahead for SA Inc, but it's better than 2014" article was run on various online publications.

Over the last twenty years, the single biggest determinant of South Africa’s economic growth has been global growth. Given that South Africa is a small, open economy, this should come as little surprise.

How the JSE All Share Index Experienced 2014

Published in the 4 January 2015 edition of Sunday Times. Click on the image to download the full resolution infographic of how the JSE All Share index experienced the year gone by.

 

Several publications ran the "Two steps to kick-start South Africa's economy" on 25 November 2004. Click the logos on the right to visit the original articles

It's no secret that the South African economy is growing at rates well below its potential. What is perhaps less well understood is that there are some quick wins which could kick-start the economy, yielding swift results.