EDITORIAL: Power cuts a very dim idea

Debt owed to Eskom by municipalities is climbing rapidly. In the past year, it grew by 30%

Balanced screening process would not deter foreign direct investment

Legislation needs to be more specific and applied in a transparent, consistent and predictable manner, writes Azwimpheleli Langalanga

Employers must ponder the implications of the judgment on labour brokers

There are various interpretations about the Constitutional Court’s judgment in this case, so employers need to get the facts right

JONNY STEINBERG: Why Ramaphosa faces the toughest decision of his career

What if a genuinely independent prosecutor goes after David Mabuza, destroying the fragile coalition Ramaphosa has built?

Magda Wierzycka could have made more judicious picks, says top hedge fund manager

Business Day asks top hedge fund manager Jean Pierre Verster for his views on hedge funds after blistering takedown by Magda Wierzycka

CHRIS THURMAN: Pockets of wildness in Joburg’s sprawl inspires artist’s towering work

Wastage and pollution — at both the individual and the industrial level — is horrifying

BRIAN KANTOR: Breaking the rules breaks emerging markets

The Turkish and SA economies have something in common: dependence on foreign capital. But the Turkish economy has experienced a boom

SA is on wrong side of global shift towards new industries

Fresh policies needed for country to become more focused on growing the pie for everyone

KEVIN McCALLUM: Kotie Grove was one of a kind; SA was lucky to have him

Grove sacrificed himself, believed in others when they didn’t believe in themselves and planned ahead for others

THE LEX COLUMN: Rush to convertible bonds makes sense

Issuance of convertible bonds has mushroomed in the US, and for good reason, not least of which is that they can be cheap

MICHAEL FRIDJHON: Springfield Estate experiments spring delicious surprises

The property has been in the hands of the Bruwer family for four generations and has been producing and bottling its own wines since 1995.

LETTER: DA doomed by its values

Where are the numbers of honest, competent people going to come from if the DA gets to run more entities?

LETTER: Cosatu dug its own grave

The federation no longer has the power to shake the ANC

LETTER: Leaders must lead

To leave Brexit to the barrooms was a failure of leadership

LETTER: Sugar duty no silver bullet

The weeks of sugar dumping were exacerbated by zero tariffs charged due to an apparent administrative error

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