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ZIPHO SIKHAKHANE: Better to take risks than to repeat errors

An unconventional way of doing things will lead to a higher rate of failure than before — that is what happens when you take risks

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ARTHUR GOLDSTUCK: Before self-drive cars comes your talkative robot co-driver

The automotive industry is riding a narrow line between the past of human-driven vehicles and the self-driving future

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DINEO TSAMELA: Saving for a purpose, with a little help from friends

Traditionally, stokvels have functioned as vehicles to assist families with funeral arrangements

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THE FT COLUMN: Protesting is an ineffectual parade of principles

Janan Ganesh

People might be turning to politics for communal experiences they no longer get from culture, writes Janan Ganesh

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Budget’s tax hikes set to target high earners

Hilary Joffe

Capital gains and marginal income rate could be affected as the finance minister struggles to plug a R28bn shortfall

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AUBREY MATSHIQI: Zuma move will show who insiders are

Aubrey Matshiqi

Aubrey Matshiqi examines Jacob Zuma’s potent administrative and political tool — a Cabinet reshuffle — and what it means for the ANC succession

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Cancer fears about roast potatoes are overcooked

Anjana Ahuja

The UK has launched a campaign against foods cooked at very high temperatures, but cannot say what the upshot would be, writes science commentator Anjana Ahuja

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