Finally, a glimmer of hope the government and its partners will pull in the same direction

President’s economic reconstruction and recovery plan, if implemented, can pull SA out of its debt spiral

EDITORIAL: Nigeria’s Muhammadu Buhari misses chance to empathise

Nigerian president's failure to mention the shootings of protesters by soldiers is likely to have inflamed tensions

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Listed property is in doldrums but bright spots remain amid the gloom

Investors miss out on return opportunities that arise when negative sentiment overshadows fair valuations

CARTOON: Brace for impact

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TIM HARFORD: The power of negative thinking

The UK’s stuttering test-and-trace system shows more time should be spent thinking about the prospect of failure

GAVIN RICH: We can expect more freaky stuff in these abnormal times for all top sport

There may be many reasons for wildly fluctuating form and unpredictable results, but lack of a crowd to create a sense of occasion has to be the main one

WATCH | Business Day: Why every story is your business

Read about the new campaign for SA's foremost business publication

THE KOREA HERALD: Stop killing the couriers

Parcel deliver people in South Korea are dying from being overworked

The case for re-electing Donald Trump

On foreign policy the president has largely been true to his word and has not started any new wars

PETER ATTARD MONTALTO: Mboweni has a tough task on his hands

Finance minister faces a huge challenge when he delivers his medium-term budget policy statement

LETTER: Lip service a dead-end road

Moloto Rail Corridor probe and its findings must result in real action from ANC

LETTER: Phase out fossil fuels

Latest Umbilo River ecological disaster highlights problematic nature of transporting oil

LETTER: Path of self-realisation

India also suffered under colonialism, but unlike SA India never played the victim

Everyone deserves to be tutored in the educational arms race

The UK plans to launch the world’s first large-scale, publicly funded experiment of mass tutoring to support those who cannot afford the privilege

ALAN WINDE: Private sector, not the state, drives growth in the Western Cape

That said, the province's emergency economic relief and recovery programme aims to create nearly 20,000 new jobs

Success of EU’s first social bond shows investors are eager to lend to EU as a whole

Participating in such ‘euro bonds’ is better for fragile countries (they pay out less than their own bonds) and relatively expensive for those more robust

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