Second Brexit referendum gaining traction as way to end gridlock

Is another referendum a way out of the Brexit deadlock?

The ‘silly season’ can be dangerous if companies are not careful

It’s a time to eat, drink and be merry — but overdoing the drinking part can be deleterious for employees and employers alike, writes Rhys Evans

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Nugent report finds Moyane and Bain lacked integrity

In a comprehensive 200-page report retired judge Robert Nugent finds consultancy and former Sars commissioner colluded to restructure the agency

Disarray in Europe and US leaves a hole where the West was

An emerging leadership vacuum in the world’s wealthy democracies has grown suddenly acute

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Calling all matrics: claim your fame and you could win R10,000

You’ve done the hard work – now it’s time to claim your matric fame

Ramaphosa appoints eight-person panel, including former CEO Brian Dames, to advise on Eskom crisis

According to a statement by the presidency, the committee will issue its report before the end of January 2019

Twenty years on there are still too few women in the boardroom

The private sector should take a leaf out of the book of state-owned enterprises when it comes to gender transformation, writes Melanie Mulholland

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MARKET WRAP: JSE falls on global growth fears

The US-China trade war is reflected in gloomy economic data, sending the rand 1.5% lower to the dollar, with only gold miners eking out some gains

Union vows to continue strike at Sibanye-Stillwater’s gold operations

Amcu says it won’t return to work on Saturday, on which day the strike becomes unprotected, as its demands haven’t been met

Treasury outlines process to appoint new Sars boss

The Treasury confirmed the re-appointment of Mark Kingon as acting commissioner, pending the appointment of a permanent commissioner

Cabinet to consider plan to tackle municipal debt to Eskom

The cash-strapped utility is owed more than R14bn by municipalities, with the top 10 nonpayers owing about R10bn

Brexit bother: animated May remonstrates with EU’s Juncker

Theresa May says she had a ‘robust discussion’ with Jean-Claude Juncker after the words ‘nebulous’ and ‘vague’ were tossed around

Resilient: only FSCA can end uncertainty

The company wants the Financial Sector Conduct Authority to complete its probe so it can 'move forward with its normal business in 2019'

Thousands of apartheid-era victims still waiting for compensation

In 2003, the President’s Fund was set up to finance the TRC’s recommended reparations, but the government concedes it has not fully complied with the ...

NATASHA MARRIAN: Cyril Ramaphosa takes care to deliver on his promises

While many spheres of the country are still in disarray, the president has made headway in a number of areas to undo the mess Zuma made

EDITOR’S LUNCHBOX: Will the real Santa Claus (the president, Elf Freedom Front, etc) please stand up?

Previously unfettered by any sense of consequence, Jacob Zuma’s fruitless legal challenges are now officially over

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Nedbank associate under scrutiny


Ecobank ex-CFO claims figures juggled to boost results

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Amcu scorns Sibanye pay deal


Amcu will continue with its strike at Sibanye-Stillwater mines until three other unions can prove that they have a combined majority at the company's operations

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Agbiz's John Purchase on land reform and hunger


Hunger will be the price of land mess

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RON DERBY: May bad politics and a weak rand be things of the past in 2019

Ron Derby

What comes next year? After years of anxiety over SA's future, this question shouldn't hold as much worry as it did in the past.

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TIM COHEN: From Ramaphoria to Ramamargarine — SA's spread of trends

The year 2018 is drawing to a close and since its the era of listicles, here is my five-point list of the outstanding trends of the year in SA, writes Tim Cohen

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EDITOR’S LUNCHBOX: Will the real Santa Claus (the president, Elf Freedom Front, etc) please stand up?

Previously unfettered by any sense of consequence, Jacob Zuma’s fruitless legal challenges are now officially over

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Donald Trump makes Huawei’s Meng Wanzhou a bargaining chip

The detention of Meng Wanzhou, one of China’s best-known executives, was undoubtedly an incendiary step

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