AYABONGA CAWE: Land and financing needed to transform renewable energy

‘It is still a white male club, because of how it is structured … the way we formulated the contracts, it’s a take-or-pay’ — Meta ...

NEELS BLOM: Orwell’s novel has become a guidebook for a new dystopia

Transport Minister Blade Nzimande liberally deploys Ministry of Truth revisionism in the Acsa debacle

GAVIN RICH: Erasmus could play Am and Kriel in same team to solve midfield dilemma

There are very few positions in the Springbok starting team where Rassie Erasmus doesn’t have several viable players to choose from

FT COMMENT: Philip Morris International: light my fire

Older smokers are not switching to new-generation products in the Japanese test market, and the new generation is not lighting up at all

Third charter must cast its net wide to incorporate mining communities

A better deal means making partners of small-scale operators, all the workers and those who live near mines, writes Mamokgethi Molopyane

Why SA must integrate townships with growth centres

Municipalities need to look at long-term solutions and ensure inclusivity, resilience and productivity, writes Dondo Mogajane

Solid investment strategy is key to staying the course and avoiding bad choices

Many investors jump into the market when they should be getting out and vice-versa, writes Morne Bezuidenhout

FT COLUMN: The world is not as gloomy, or wonderful, as you may think

Our optimism and pessimism are easily manipulated — what we all need is a dose of realism, writes Tim Harford

EDITORIAL: Bad defending, bad goalkeeping in financial scandals

What about other defenders who should have been there: company directors, who bear ultimate responsibility?

LETTER: Another mess by the US

US President Donald Trump’s ‘mission accomplished’ claim rings hollow in the light of its Iraq mess

LETTER: Stop self-serving West

We do not know the full story of what happened in Douma, and there seems little interest among the pro-interventionists to ask basic questions

LETTER: Market drives halal food

If anything, halal certification potentially lowers the cost of items through economies of scale

LETTER: Act speedily on judges

Freedom Under Law records serious concern about the time it takes to conclude cases against judges

TIM COHEN: Survé finds he has no blue chips as he overplays his hand

Listing was an attempt to force the Public Investment Corporation to invest in the company

EDITOR’S LUNCHBOX: The unruly rand has finally taken a chill pill

Gupta-tainted Garry Pita quits Transnet, and has Arthur Fraser been moved to the prisons portfolio because he knows too much?

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