MICHAEL AVERY: Shelling out favours for access to the Wild Coast?

ANC-linked Thebe Investments has a stake in Shell SA and the government stands to win big if the company strikes oil

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NDINAVHUSHAVHELO RABALI: If history is a guide, here are dark clouds on the horizon

A hurricane of high inflation, rising interest rates and weak growth may be bearing down on emerging markets

ISAAH MHLANGA: Meddling politicians should note Turkey’s ruinous road

The country’s president persistently orders his officials to do what they advise against, thus the plunge in the lira

ANTHONY BUTLER: Ramaphosa brings international relations to a new level

Foreign policy is harnessed for the first time in decades to build trust and secure SA’s economic interests, writes Anthony Butler

KEVIN MCCALLUM: The Rassie-inspired triumph of Brit hysteria

Even sober papers such were sucked into a sickening triumphalism scraping through on a point, writes Kevin McCallum

PETER BRUCE: Return to sender, this business is blown

A few years ago when Mark Barnes was running the Post Office it required zero money from the state, now it needs R8bn just to survive

STEVEN KUO: Stitching together continental business plans will change fabric of SA society

SA and Kenya are in talks about large infrastructure projects that could boost manufacturing capacity

KATE THOMPSON DAVY: That fourth revolution is about the four-day work week, not industrial progress

It’s what workers want after the pandemic opened their eyes, and bosses would do well to fall in line, writes Kate Thompson Davy

MNINAWA NTLOKO: Pitso taking over at Man United? Well, not just yet

Football fans fly into a frenzy on social media about conjured up possibility

GRAY MAGUIRE: SA policymakers have not come to grips with climate adaptation

Adjusted credits are important in the developing world, where opportunities for nature-based solutions abound, writes Gray Maguire

JOHN DLUDLU: Fresh start or just another false one for the poor

The parties in municipal coalitions have little in common but need to work together on service delivery, writes John Dludlu

CHRIS GILMOUR: Stor-Age shows why self-storage is proving resilient in the pandemic era

Consumerism, densification, a mobile population, and more people working from home have allowed it to carry on its normal business unscathed

MAMOKETE LIJANE: Time to buckle up for an uncomfortable rate hiking journey

The virtuous cycle that worked in SA’s favour into 2021 has now turned vicious

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