Listen to the oceans’ call, we need to keep them resilient

A new kind of financing is required to maintain the health of our oceans, and to fulfil the requirements of marine protected areas, writes Thorsten Thiele

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Low-cost healthcare solutions are vital to hit sustainable development goals

Global think-tank policy alliance report lists solutions for governments that are serious about meeting their commitments

updated 10 hours ago
EDITORIAL: AGM a chance to have a crack at Sasol board

It has been a horrendous year, but Sasol’s problems predate the recent Lake Charles challenges by years

LUKANYO MNYANDA: Diverse opinions seem to be lacking at the Reserve Bank

Surely someone could have argued in the MPC meeting for lower rates

ADEKEYE ADEBAJO: African, Caribbean and Pacific states urged to reduce EU dependence

Policy seminar holds lessons about bloc negotiations with external powers as continent seeks to implement its free-trade area

Myth and misinterpretation muddy the ratings agency waters

Methodologies differ and momentous events such as Cyril Ramaphosa’s ascendancy do change the picture

PETER ATTARD MONTALTO: No, it will not be all fine in the end

The government needs to stop faffing and implement change if we are to save ourselves

Without a premortem you too might be sprinting through a station, clutching a bike

From highway closures to Brexit, contingency planning is complicated by our crude sense of risk, and becoming sidetracked by pondering whether the worst case ...

Now is the time to get back into the muddy waters of SA equities

While current conditions seem treacherous, it's only a matter of time that local shares start perking up

Policymakers should plan for decline in coal exports to avoid chaotic transition

The nation’s coal export levels will be decided by Asian energy policies, not those of SA

A farming fund in the Land Bank beats land grabs and squabbling

Institute of Race relations has two new proposals for solving access of property

GAVIN RICH: Boks’ chances of bagging the World Cup high despite opening loss

The South Africans had the upper hand from the onset, but failed to capitalise on this and were not helped by the French referee

THE LEX COLUMN: Still just a trickle of jobs leaving London

Total number of posts that could be relocated is only 7,000, according to a survey of financial services firms

Kremlin has cruel rules of engagement for Russian activists

There is a similar pattern of arrest, outrage then release for certain (not particularly powerful) protesters, writes Leonid Bershidsky

Ukraine to allow land to be bought and sold from 2020, and there’s likely to be a fight

Even if it’s something of a free-for-all, Ukraine can only benefit from allowing land sales, as they will boost investment and agricultural production, writes ...

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