ISAAH MHLANGA: Push for an interest rate cut is misplaced

SA can’t follow example of rich countries as a cut would mean higher inflation, which would hit the poorest hardest

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KEVIN MCCALLUM: Here’s to sports heroes and their exhilarating stories

New series coming to SuperSport will get us dreaming of greatness again

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STEPHEN CRANSTON: Momentum learns lessons from policy payout disputes

The R2.4m death claim following the murder of Nathan Ganas featured at Momentum’s claim statistics briefing

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STREET DOGS: The righteous indignation fallacy

Aldous Huxley: Those who crusade, not for God in themselves, but against the devil in others, never succeed in making the world better

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SIMON BARBER: In defence of my happy feud with the state

In Maryland land is held by the state and ‘owners’ are the beneficiaries of leases which can at any time be terminated

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JEREMY THOMAS: Price action experiment shows tall poppies get pulped

Nvidia, the darling of the momentum-chasing investment crowd, last week released quarterly results that confirmed it was in a slump

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STREET DOGS: Confessions of a market writer

Michael Pascoe admits that most daily financial market reports were 'noise'

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CHRIS GILMOUR: Plugging the hole of off-balance sheet liabilities

International Financial Reporting Standard 16 prevents lease schemes from keeping debt off the balance sheet

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MNINAWA NTLOKO: Chiefs royally accept defeat as Galaxy reach for the stars

Even the police seemed stunned as Amakhosi fans upheld their “love and peace” slogan while filing out of Moses Mabhida Stadium

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GARETH VAN ONSELEN: What’s eating Phumzile van Damme?

The former DA spokesperson’s Twitter feed is like a Game of Thrones script: angry, filled with conspiracy and violence, but unlikely to end well

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JOHN DLUDLU: Vodacom and MTN are not mending their ways despite flak

Responses by the cellphone duopoly to the Competition Commission’s findings have been less than encouraging, suggesting they will use more diversionary and ...

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SYLVIA MCKEOWN: Google ban will spur Huawei to roll out own operating system

Uncertainty surrounds the Chinese tech group’s future but it has been preparing to go it alone since 2012

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MICHAEL FRIDJHON: Winemakers, like golfers, are in pursuit of perfection

The rules for ‘natural’ wine are rigid and intense, and it requires strong passion to follow them

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STEVEN FRIEDMAN: Never underestimate the grassroots voter

The results of the elections show that ordinary folk are very much aware of the dynamics of politics than they are given credit for

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STREET DOGS: Price is king

Larry Williams's big losses on a cattle trade help him formulate two important rules

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ANTHONY BUTLER: Ramaphosa’s rise to power was a well-planned affair

Jacob Zuma underestimated the influence of his then deputy’s backers in the ANC

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