CHRIS GILMOUR: From ski resorts to Cape Town, global tourism needs to adopt a bit of pragmatism

Worst of pandemic could soon be over and SA will need to be ahead of the game as competition among tourist destinations will be fierce

GRACELIN BASKARAN: Governments need to learn how to support people impoverished by environmental challenges

Roosevelt’s New Deal in the Dust Bowl thick of the Great Depression is an approach worth examining

ISMAIL LAGARDIEN: What’s next for the global political economy?

Supply chain bottlenecks await as the world awakens more fully from the Covid-19-induced delirium

JOHAN STEYN: Should my business use AI?

Many of your staff may feel insecure about their future when you start talking about the introduction of AI and robotics

YACOOB ABBA OMAR: Could 2022 be the year our government gets its act together?

After a tumultuous year, we can say the centre has held under Cyril Ramaphosa

WANDILE SIHLOBO: Worries linger over smaller harvests amid crop damage and planting delays

Farmers are getting hit in North West and Free State, both pillars of grain and oilseed production

Energy firms must focus on ‘G’ in ESG factors

Controlling both management and the board is often a recipe for subpar corporate governance, and splitting roles is vital

DUMA GQUBULE: Let the facts on social grants tell the story

Largest gap in social assistance is lack of income support for the working-age population

NEVA MAKGETLA: Localisation can only work if closely watched and tuned

A powerful way to jump-start new industries, it needs a strategy of diversification

TOM EATON: Roll up, believers, for profits of Doom

Lindiwe Sisulu’s skewed sermons should be no surprise to this jaded congregation

NEIL MANTHORP: The tough nut who took 10 years to burst into stardom

Keegan Petersen has been a revelation and some have wondered where he was hiding all this time

NEWS FROM THE FUTURE: A new pandemic looms

And it is not caused by a virus but by a tiny protein particle

BUSI MAVUSO: SA society needs to stand together again

Shrill critics, among them senior ANC leaders, are directly attacking our organs of state with the intention of subverting them

ISAAH MHLANGA: Reserve Bank has no control over supply-driven inflation

Rising prices are result of supply side shock and cannot be controlled by monetary policy

GAVIN RICH: URC has its work cut out to gain traction among fans

Organisers will join the coaches and players in hoping no further hiccups halt the quest to get momentum going

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