HILARY JOFFE: Still no open markets for electricity and transport

The transport people have been tardy about legislating open markets, and the electricity folk even more so

MICHAEL CARDO: EFF perpetrates workplace terrorism as foreign nationals are scapegoated again

The idea that EFF leader Julius Malema has the right to impose his will on any employer — armed like an apartheid-era labour inspector — is both laughable and ...

Sisulu defies Ramaphosa over apology for attack on judges

Minister fires back after Ramaphosa’s office says she is sorry for stinging remarks on judges

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Ovex rewards high-volume traders as it closes its crypto arbitrage service

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Carry1st raises R300m from investors in latest capital raise

The SA-based mobile games publisher raised the cash in a new funding round led by US venture capital fund Andreessen Horowitz

ANTON HARBER: Is the SABC sliding back into ANC lapdog status?

Recent turmoil at the public broadcaster points to a need for vigilance and transparency

FNB wins Best SME Bank in SA and Africa award

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SA electricity prices still low, Eskom tells Nersa

Inflation weary consumers who are still struggling to absorb last year’s surge in energy prices will probably not want to hear this

I was not admonished by Cyril Ramaphosa, Lindiwe Sisulu says

The tourism minister’s open defiance puts the president in a tight corner as calls for her axing are expected to mount

Finance of R300bn needed over 30 years for just transition, says climate report

The state has a significant role to play in creating an enabling environment, the Presidential Climate Commission says

Mogoeng ordered to apologise for his remarks about Israel

Former chief justice ‘involved in political controversy’

JSE will not offer last year’s ‘easy money’ in 2022, says Denker Capital

Asset manager still expects a good performance from banks, industrials, select commodity stocks and small caps

Truworths flags revenue and profit growth, but civil unrest bites

Group sales rose 2.2% to R9.9bn in the half-year to December 26, with civil unrest, load-shedding and supply issues affecting trading

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World Bank loan is a shot in the arm for SA’s Covid efforts

R11bn low-interest loan spells welcome reinforcements for the government’s R500bn fiscal relief package and will boost its efforts to stem the pandemic

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UK pubs take on insurers over lockdown losses

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Some of the world’s biggest insurers are bracing as a second wave of multimillion-pound lawsuits, brought by struggling British pubs, restaurants and bakery chains over lockdown losses, starts hitting London’s courts this week.

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Tongaat sees sweeter future without heavy yoke of debt

Most shareholders vote in favour of rights issue despite minority-investor concerns about dilution

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Covid-19 complications give SA steel sector a shot in the arm

The South African steel sector may not be shooting the lights out, but it is in its best position in at least a decade from a supply and potential demand perspective thanks to a confluence of global and local factors.

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Opinion

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World would keep spinning if crypto disappeared overnight

Despite the notion of ‘Web 3.0’ firmly attaching itself to currencies, they are dispensable

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The walls are closing in on Boris Johnson

With popular support for Johnson and his party collapsing, it’s plausible that he could lose a no-confidence vote

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MICHAEL CARDO: EFF perpetrates workplace terrorism as foreign nationals are scapegoated again

The idea that EFF leader Julius Malema has the right to impose his will on any employer — armed like an apartheid-era labour inspector — is both laughable and sinister

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