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BUSISIWE MAVUSO: Liberalisation of energy market will spur economic activity

Infrastructure development will accelerate as new plants are built while opportunities will open for small business development

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MICHAEL AVERY: All eyes on bank results as consumers and businesses take strain

The Nedbank results show capital is not a problem, but a lack of growth and confidence in the economy are a drag

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LETTER: Nersa allows for more punishment of the poor

In energy matters, the government appears enslaved by ‘first world’ norms and standards

ANDREA FELSTED: Bumper spending summer for Brits as they seek to cool off

The latest heatwave will probably prolong the UK’s spending surge

EDITORIAL: Telecom sector gets collective voice

The fun and games in this innovative and rapidly changing sector will be well worth watching

CHRIS THURMAN: Young people, old people and all that jazz

Run by musicians for musicians, the National Jazz Festival connects what might otherwise be disparate jazz scenes

MMAMOKGOPANE MOKUA: Justifying the just transition not for power and mining sectors only

The unskilled workforce in particular will be affected by the steps the country will be compelled to take

GARY RYNHART: Linking ESG closer to UN’s sustainable development goals can reduce cynicism

There are complex and overlapping issues, but to dismiss environmental, social & governance investing completely is wrongheaded

WATCH | Business Day: Why every story is your business

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

TIEKIE BARNARD: Firms must better understand how gender-based violence can occur at work

SA’s private sector has not yet fully embraced the role it needs to play in the achievement of gender equality

MALUSI MTHULI: Unreliable energy supply drives down property values

How the energy crisis is driving trends and what property valuers need to consider in their assessments

MICHAEL SCHMIDT: The flaws in Ramaphosa’s go-green energy plan

Coal will remain king in SA for the foreseeable future

CLYDE RUSSELL: Australia has minerals for renewable energy, is too reliant on coal and LNG

Australia has minerals for renewable energy, is too reliant on coal and LNG

RAYMOND PARSONS: The Bank might draw less flak if MPC’s dissenting views were aired

Critics lay blame at the wrong door, but is there anything to consider changing in the monetary policy committee?

ANTHONY BUTLER: Independents could bring out the worst in politics

Personalised politics is likely to unleash a swarm of malevolent single-issue candidates, writes Anthony Butler

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