NEIL MANTHORP: Mollycoddling De Kock not in best interest of well-meaning management

Captaincy burden increases pressure as Proteas undertake Pakistan tour

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BUSI MAVUSO: Softer issue is an important step in rebuilding confidence

Legislation to regulate funding of political parties will improve governance standards

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TOM EATON: If your mask slips, hug the police to keep your good standing

Premier breaks new ground in practising the ANC art of covering up crimes and misdemeanours

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JOHN COCKAYNE: Keeping the customer satisfied

What the golf business can learn from our panellists’ approach to customer service

Brexit brings a diet of false promises to Parisian gourmands

UK expatriates and some locals mourn the impact on food imports

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THE ADVOCATE: Biden uses Trump tactics

New president uses an executive order to halt Keystone pipeline project to avoid a fight in Congress

MICHEL PIREU: Failure is all very well in rug collecting, but trading requires outright success

When you’ve blown your life savings in the market and have nothing left to play with, you can’t keep playing

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STREET DOGS: Getting to grips with the meaning of success

Austrian psychiatrist Viktor Frankl believed it was something that should ensue rather than a goal to pursue

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A Big R100bn is not on when we can’t afford a small R20bn for vaccines

Whichever way you cut it, broke SA just doesn't have the funds for a Basic Income Grant

Cutting imports will help poultry sector grow and create jobs

Poultry producers receive no government subsidies and the R6.1bn import cost could be used to boost the economy

LUKANYO MNYANDA: Is ready, steady central banking a good fit in the middle of a crisis?

If being boring is good, our Reserve Bank has been great

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Agriculture has blossomed without much support from government

Production has soared since 1994 despite government inefficiencies, delays and failures

CAROL PATON: Cyril Ramaphosa lonely at the top as Jackson Mthembu departs

The president leads a group with shifting personal political alliances and allegiances

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Small steps needed for African businesses to achieve big goals

Bold leadership is required to drive digital transformation while businesses learn and adapt as they go

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