KEVIN MCCALLUM: Broos will need strong muti for a sho’t left to Qatar

The new Bafana coach, the 26th appointment, will face huge odds in SA

BRIAN KANTOR: The rand is no tale of mystery

Movements in the exchange value of the dollar itself explains the direction of emerging market exchange rates

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CHRIS THURMAN: The kids might have it, but will they make it?

Without the support of the state and society, can our artists carve the space to do what they are great at doing?

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JONNY STEINBERG: SA could grant itself a way to something big

A basic income grant would create demand and make places that are dying come to life again, writes Jonny Steinberg

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PETER BRUCE: There’s a unionist on my board, and it’s a good thing!

Business should embrace the proposal at Nedlac to include workers at the highest level of any company

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STREET DOGS: Buffett and Munger tear into Robinhood, SPACs and bitcoin

Investment grandmasters did not mince their words at Berkshire Hathaway’s shareholder meeting

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KHAYA SITHOLE: Latest survey is as representative of the banking landscape it gets

Transformation in the sector shows mixed results, but the accession of blacks to senior leadership positions is still happening at a snail’s pace

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KATE THOMPSON DAVY: What the floc? Privacy advocates gang up on Google

The internet giant is moving away from third-party tracking, but critics say this is not enough

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STREET DOGS: Extraordinary speculation reaches into blockchain

Where will the cryptocurrency space end up once the speculative elements driving it are washed out?

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ISMAIL LAGARDIEN: What happens to capitalism after Covid-19?

It would be foolish to discount the idea that capitalism will be driven in the way it has been since at least the 1980s

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CHRIS GILMOUR: Clicks steady and resilient as ever without much fanfare

Highly price-competitive retailer has maintained or grown market share in most of its categories

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YACOOB ABBA OMAR: Time for review of our electoral system

The mind-numbing that party loyalty requires in the party list system has meant the quality of our MPs leaves much to be desired

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WANDILE SIHLOBO: To achieve food security, Africa must not shy away from new technology

The EU’s proposed new policy on genetically engineered crops will have implications for global agriculture

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NEIL MANTHORP: Cricket starts to play the ball on its merits

Not everyone is happy, but at least they are all on board

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MICHEL PIREU: Predictions abound but unforeseen events will still take us by surprise

Investors are urged to look five to 10 years ahead when making investment decisions, but even company founders rarely know what will happen

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TOM EATON: Living on the never-never in Liberationland

The president says the ANC remains first and foremost a movement for freedom fighters

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