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BUSISIWE MAVUSO: No quick fixes for SA’s economic woes

Ravages of the Covid-19 lockdowns, load-shedding and persistent corruption continue to haunt our society

MICHAEL MORRIS: Reflections on the life and legacy of John Kane-Berman

There is no mistaking what the former CEO of the IRR leaves for the rest of us in his vivid example of thinking and being

PETER ATTARD MONTALTO: Energy solutions take off as we get off the roundabout

The new energy plan is exciting as more people will be able to start producing their own electricity

CHRIS THURMAN: When it comes to corporate arts funding, communication is key

After Standard Bank it will take a bold new sponsor to develop brand association with the National Jazz Festival

HILARY JOFFE: Ramaphosa plays roulette in flawed ‘grand compact’

Is this a genuine attempt at policymaking by consensus, or more a piece of political theatre?

BRIAN KANTOR: The best companies to work for are those that perform best

Often it is large, successful companies that are able to properly reward their staff and win their trust

JONNY STEINBERG: Are exotic funders, not animals, behind farmgate?

It is plausible that the money was part of Cyril Ramaphosa’s war chest for the coming ANC elections

ANTON HARBER: An ANC devoid of ideas is at war with the media

Once armed with a carefully considered package of policies, the party now repeats vacant rhetoric

PETER BRUCE: Poultry and panel U-turn shows Patel knows he’s done more harm than good

If localisation has to be lifted in a crisis, what good could it possibly have been doing in the first place?

KHAYA SITHOLE: Bain and McKinsey took SA for a ride — and got away with it

Paying your way out of trouble seems to work in a country with spineless politicians

MICHAEL FRIDJHON: Muratie delivers again after a chequered past

With Rijk Melck at the helm, the wines from the valley deep in the Simonsberg are worthy of the historic estate

KATE THOMPSON DAVY: Whiff of panic in the air as Meta faces mega woes

Big tech giant records first quarterly revenue decline in a decade of public trading

JABULANI SIKHAKHANE: Government becalms mining by lowering its sails

The sector bears policy-uncertainty scars after getting short shrift from the mineral resources department for years

ISMAIL LAGARDIEN: Inflation is among a multiplicity of crises around the world

The war in Ukraine, China’s debt and Wall Street and central bank untouchability may be the main contributors to global inflation

CHRIS GILMOUR: Woolworths Food may be eating crow as competitors shine

Comfort can be drawn from both Shoprite and Pick n Pay updates, while Woolworths must be wondering what it can do to retrieve lost market share

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