Living arrows: educate SA’s youth or risk a loss of social cohesion

SPONSORED | Our young people remain marginalised even as global labour opportunities beckon

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IN-DEPTH: There is a simple way to bring maths and science up to speed

Allow foreign teachers to work in this country on short-term permits, writes Wilson Johwa

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When the bad news swirls, take a walk on the bright side

SPONSORED | A look at how far we have come in the past five decades offers many reasons to smile through the gloom

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Erasing know-how and creating fictional enemies will not save SA

’White monopoly capital’ may sound politically alluring but it merely diverts attention from real challenges, writes Ann Bernstein

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MICHEL PIREU: ‘Get your head out of the mixer’ and other lessons from failure

Author and fund manager Jack Schwager recounts the ups and downs of investment marvels

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NEIL MANTHORPE: AB struggles to field questions about his future out of the park

With De Villiers there is much else besides, and practical issues are clearly on his mind

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STREET DOGS: The big delusion

If the random walk theorists are correct, then earthbound traders are suffering from the same delusions — without a glimmer of doubt that, over the long run, ...

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EDITORIAL: Bankorp case will define limits of protector’s power

Whose agenda Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane might be serving with her findings is still not clear

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Why it's time for business to stand up to the bully

John Dludlu: What would constitute a progressive posture by business towards an erratic administration?

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THE INSIDER: Saying ‘flock you’ by crying fowl

Birds in Duduza signal the location of potholes by bathing in them when they are full of water

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LETTER: Charter’s Brexit moment

Relevant to the Mining Charter will be investors girding their loins in the UK for the damages claim of the century

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LETTER: Clean Cape of good hope

We also commend the excellent work of the City of Cape Town in ensuring corruption-free government

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LETTER: Business not to blame

The notion that white and black capitalists have somehow been ganging up with state officials and politicians to wage a war against the poor is ludicrous

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LETTER: Patronage drives protests

The protesters may be poor, they may be historically disadvantaged, they may be forgotten, but they are not stupid

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LETTER: Race is on for right name

The concern is exactly how investors’ racial profiles are to be established

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CARTOON: Trump vs Putin in Syria

Tuesday, June 27 2017

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