LUMKILE MONDI: World Bank should review loan to Eskom

The World Bank needs to go further in South Africa by engaging with all stakeholders beyond its comfort zone

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Neglecting the environment is like throwing money into the rising sea

The cost of climate change to global economies is surely an issue all can agree on irrespective of ideology

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How courts are shifting burden from citizens to local government

Property legacy debt ruling encourages the trend to examine the common law more critically through the prism of the Bill of Rights, writes Kai Howie

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SIMON BARBER: Trump speech harks back to world of disunited nations

‘The whole point of the UN is to render, through process and protocol, dangerous fools harmless’

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Koos Bekker undermines Naspers’s health behind a wall of A shares

Chairman tolerates poor corporate governance and lack of accountability to shareholders, write Audrey Elster and Dugan Fraser

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CARTOON: The Great Divider

The ANC's elective conference

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STREET DOGS: Small caps — an area where you can maybe find an advantage

It’s harder for a $30bn company to add $10bn in value than it is for a $3bn company to add $1bn in value — Robert Lietzow

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LETTER: Target guilty individuals

So long as we fail to pierce the veil and target the individuals who commit private-sector shenanigans, we will never stop the rot

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LETTER: Strange bedfellows ...

It’s a bit sad when Business Day and Shaun Abrahams appear to be on the same side

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LETTER: Culpability of legal eagles

It is time for legal professionals to decide where they stand on state capture — they cannot plead ignorance any longer

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LETTER: Department too easy prey

What is the Department of Higher Education doing to remove predatory journals from its approved list?

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LETTER: Let’s look at Soviet facts

To separate myth from historical truth, why not tell the story of Soviet diplomacy in the second half of 1930s

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LETTER: KPMG reaps whirlwind

KPMG ought not survive here — if only to set an example to others who sacrifice professional ethics on the altar of expediency

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EDITOR’S LUNCHBOX: Why a drink in Cape Town might soon cost a lot more

China could be the real target for Donald Trump’s veiled threats, and team-building rituals can actually be counterproductive

FROM THE FT: McKinsey has closed its eyes to the Guptas’ machinations

As SA has degenerated during Jacob Zuma’s tacky leadership, advisers’ responsibility to examine carefully what they are asked to endorse has increased

EDITORIAL: Galvanising the power of arts

Business in SA is — globally speaking — an unusually active sponsor of the arts and is a great example of its galvanising power

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