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Food for Thought: Sweet on Kwazulu Natal

The province has more to offer the country than just Jacob Zuma. A visit to the Sugar Club is sure to convince you of that, writes Justice Malala

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Editorial: Fidel Castro’s complex legacy

Economically, Cuba was a disaster. But as a symbol for African liberation, Castro was an icon

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Editorial: Yes Mr President, a rating is a big deal

Zuma casually distorts fact, while blithely choosing to discount the day-to-day impact of his kamikaze-presidency on people he swore an oath to protect

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Food for Thought: Sweet on Kwazulu Natal

Justice Malala

The province has more to offer the country than just Jacob Zuma. A visit to the Sugar Club is sure to convince you of that, writes Justice Malala

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Boutiques pull investor interest

Independents range from big players to small outfits with less than R5bn under management, writes Stephen Cranston

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THE FT COLUMN: The Fed is no longer the only game in town

Michael Mackenzie

Steven Mnuchin’s arrival as treasury secretary promises to restore the department’s status as a the crucial driver of economic policy, writes Michael Mackenzie

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Between the Chains: Who is fooling whom?

Sikonathi Mantshantsha

You have to ask why Eskom wants to commit funds it does not have to a nuclear programme it does not need, writes Sikonathi Mantshantsha

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