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Bain withdraws from BLSA

Implicated in the state capture report for its part in the harm caused to Sars, Bain has withdrawn its membership from the SA business organisation

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ISMAIL LAGARDIEN: What’s next for the global political economy?

Supply chain bottlenecks await as the world awakens more fully from the Covid-19-induced delirium

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Durban North airport faces closure as city looks to redevelop site

DA says it will hold talks wtih eThekwini municipal officials after some tenants received notices to vacate premises

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Eskom creditors hire Rothschild to steer revamp

Beleaguered company's R392bn debt pile will remain under the holding company for now, but some bondholders fear it may be distributed across financially weaker ...

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WANDILE SIHLOBO: Worries linger over smaller harvests amid crop damage and planting delays

Farmers are getting hit in North West and Free State, both pillars of grain and oilseed production

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Tongaat shareholders approve R4bn rights issue

Shareholders give approval for the embattled sugar producer to undertake fund raising underwritten by Magister Investments

1 hour ago
Rise in SA’s mining output beats market forecasts

Stats SA says PGMs and iron ore were the main contributors to the output

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With festive road deaths up 14%, Fikile Mbalula to appeal Aarto ruling

Transport minister says points-demerit system will be important in changing motorist behaviour

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YACOOB ABBA OMAR: Could 2022 be the year our government gets its act together?

After a tumultuous year, we can say the centre has held under Cyril Ramaphosa

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Ramaphosa finally faces off with rivals over Sisulu’s attacks on constitutional democracy

President refers cautiously to values after Lindiwe Sisulu’s attack; ANC national working committee in late-night meeting

CHARLES DEDNAM: A healthy economy needs a healthy steel industry

A revitalised SA steel sector can be an effective enabler for the country’s much-needed economic recovery

3 hours ago
JSE slips as corporate earnings in US take centre stage

Investors are continuing to worry about tighter monetary policy and inflation

4 hours ago
Old Mutual hits out at Peter Moyo’s R250m damages claim

The financial services group says a R250m damages claim against it by its former CEO has "no merit" and will be defended "vigorously"

ATHOL WILLIAMS: Company that committed ‘terrible crimes’ gets sacred place in heart of business

Whether one laughs or cries over BLSA’s welcoming of Bain as member, it should chill the bones

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Moyo abandons Old Mutual reinstatement bid but still wants R250m in damages

Garth Theunissen

Continuing with the reinstatement bid may have required current Old Mutual CEO Iain Williamson to join the case, thereby further delaying proceedings

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JOHAN STEYN: Should my business use AI?

Johan Steyn

Many of your staff may feel insecure about their future when you start talking about the introduction of AI and robotics

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YACOOB ABBA OMAR: Could 2022 be the year our government gets its act together?

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Ismail Lagardien Columnist & essayist

ISMAIL LAGARDIEN: What’s next for the global political economy?

Supply chain bottlenecks await as the world awakens more fully from the Covid-19-induced delirium

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JOHAN STEYN: Should my business use AI?

Many of your staff may feel insecure about their future when you start talking about the introduction of AI and robotics

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YACOOB ABBA OMAR: Could 2022 be the year our government gets its act together?

After a tumultuous year, we can say the centre has held under Cyril Ramaphosa

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