WATCH: The week in review — haves vs have-nots

Michael Avery and a panel of experts review the week that was

AfCFTA must be about industrialisation, not just trade

Industrial capacity, capabilities and competence vary across countries and regions, which can open countries to uneven trade dynamics

EDITORIAL: SABC needs to do more than just slashing its wage bill

The broadcaster has been groaning under a draining cost-to-income ratio as advertising sales fall and competition from online platforms is fierce

CHRIS THURMAN: What we see when we see the sea

An inaugural combined exhibition of 21 galleries from around the world, including the Goodman Gallery in Cape Town, is themed around water

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Solution to sustainable student finance must involve public-private partnership

There is a need for significant private sector involvement — banks and pension funds — in funding the loan scheme

WATCH | Business Day: Why every story is your business

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

LETTER: Opportunity to work is the type of redistribution vital to SA’s success

Never was wealth created without risk and work, and never was wealth created by the state

CAROL PATON: Land matters. It is as simple and as complicated as that

Access to land and all its contingent consequences is at the heart of the real politics of SA and must happen if we want a just society

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Is the world sleepwalking into a geoengineering nightmare?

Environmental groups warn on hare-brained schemes to mitigate global warming

Time is ripe to put pension savings into infrastructure

But the proposed changes to regulation 28 are not enough on their own to bridge the investment gap

LETTER: SA simply cannot afford ailing SOEs

Unbelievably, at Eskom the average annual salary of its 46,665 employees is a staggering R785,557

BRIAN KANTOR: Why protecting property is so necessary

If it could just be taken from us, we would not bother to create it, writes Brian Kantor

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GARETH VAN ONSELEN: The only time we care, fleetingly, for the elderly is when they die

The government, the media, civil society — none of these care for the old and the frail, making SA a cold and heartless society

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EDWARD WEBSTER: ‘Uberisation’ takes us back to a regime without worker rights

The rise of platform capitalism allows companies to bypass labour laws

ANC must ensure a basic income grant is universal and unconditional

Basic income is more than poverty alleviation — it is supposed to act as an economic stimulus, writes Karen Jooste

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