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PETER BRUCE: Patel shoots blanks with his grand plan to lasso prices

The minister's attempt to barter his way into investment is a quixotic quest

GUGU LOURIE: Delays over state digital infrastructure company puts rural poor at risk

The government has been dragging its feet in rationalising Broadband Infraco and Sentech

KHAYA SITHOLE: Who wants highly paid bosses who hide their loot?

If scrutiny of executive pay leads to an exodus, it might not be a bad thing

MICHAEL FRIDJHON: Charting the wine industry’s future by remembering its past

Profits from the Duimpie Bayly Chateau Libertas magnums will go towards an archive and research facility

MOGAMAD ALLIE: Even with Bafana missing in Qatar, SA will be well represented

SA referee Victor Gomes and assistant Zakhele Siwela will be in action when the World Cup kicks off in November

KATE THOMPSON DAVY: How to solve a problem like Meta? Regulation by litigation is one iron in the fire

New lawsuit asserts that Mark Zuckerberg is personally liable for his part in the Cambridge Analytica scandal

JOHAN STEYN: Remote working: the brain drain on steroids

South Africans are now able to work for firms in other countries, even if they are not willing or able to relocate overseas

CHRIS GILMOUR: Pick n Pay opts for the long game

The retail and and grocery group has set its sights squarely on less affluent South Africans, given the likelihood of prolonged weakness in the economy

WANDILE SIHLOBO: Nampo participants sow seeds of hope for agriculture

The event, hosted by Grain SA, allows farmers to meet industry stakeholders

JABULANI SIKHAKHANE: ‘Kind of Blue’ offers lessons in flow and teamwork

Miles Davis’s approach to music making shows that tradition or culture is the mortal enemy of innovation

YACOOB ABBA OMAR: ANC has looked into the mirror — will it tend to the ugly picture?

All eyes will be on its structures’ discussions of the brutally honest policy documents

TONY LEON: In the misgovernance race to the bottom Mantashe is your Dunning-Kruger man

The reckless disregard for legality displayed by the mineral resources & energy minister stands on its own

ISMAIL LAGARDIEN: With the global political economy on edge can the state hold together?

Globalisation continues to go into retreat amid the rise of separatist movements

TOM EATON: The ANC as last chance saloon for yesterday’s wannabe heroes

They will not be forgotten: their legacy is memorialised in the state of our electricity grid and amputated railway lines

Published by Arena Holdings and distributed with the Financial Mail on the last Thursday of every month except December and January.