EDITORS’ LUNCHBOX: Those loyal to Jacob Zuma are getting restive
How to fix SA the soccer way: make the up-and-coming mid-field fit in with the goal-scorers
Stories of Note
Bytes from the digital world
"Every state institution with the board structure of the National Health Insurance Fund has been captured," warns Alex van den Heever, chairman of social Security Systems Administration and Management Studies at the University of the Witwatersrand.
The US Air Force appears to be preparing for competition from US President Donald Trump’s Space Force. It is Elon Musk’s first customer for a Falcon Heavy rocket.
In My Opinion
Matters of debate
"Things are going to get rough pretty soon, of that we can be certain," is the scary prediction of Jonny Steinberg as former president Jacob Zuma and his allies get increasingly desperate and dangerous.
The long and the short of the markets
A chief financial officer buying put options which become more profitable the more his employer’s shares fall is not reassuring for investors. Dis-Chem chief financial officer Rui Morais explains why he did it.
"In Johannesburg, there are no shipping companies and, with respect, analysts don’t cover shipping and don’t really understand it," Grindrod chairman Mike Hankinson tells Giulietta Talevi.
Oh, Very Twitty
The lighter side of the web
Graph of the day
The Ukrainian hryvnia is the best performing currency against the dollar in the year to date, and the Argentine peso the worst. The rand has slipped to fourth from the back, behind the Russian rouble.