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Selective moralists and their ignorance of black racialism

A survey finds that what ANC politicians and Julius Malema find compellingly important is what people consider least significant, writes Rex van Schalkwyk

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Tim Cohen Editor: Business Day

Overheard at Davos … George Soros’s contrarian take on Trump’s contradictions

The German finance minister calls for Brexit calm; Pravin Gordhan asks them please to hurry up; while some of the big Davos surprises were the things that didn’t happen

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EDITOR’S LUNCHBOX: Where is Mahlobo’s alleged rhino horn-loving friend?

Sassa scrambles for partners to distribute social grants, and what roles will Donald Trump’s family play in the White House?

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LUNCH WITH THE FT: Say 'Hello' to tech protégé James Proud

Tim Bradshaw

Over smorrebrod in San Francisco, the entrepreneur talks about sabotage, Silicon Valley's 'battlefield of egos' and explains why wearables are doomed

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Streaming saves the day — for now

Anna Nicolaou

File-sharing threatened the music industry at the turn of the millennium, but now the internet has been able to deliver a new model and a return to profit

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Succession rules may change, says Cyril Ramaphosa

Tim Cohen

The deputy president stays mum on taking part in the leadership race as it emerges the ANC’s June policy conference will address elections

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Trump’s predecessors — Obama, Clinton, Bush — and the bourses

John Authers

As the US swears in Donald Trump, John Authers looks at how the markets have reacted historically to incoming presidents

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