STREET DOGS: Stop funding the rich, rather do some good

We spend far too much time on activities that are not in our interests

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DAVID SHAPIRO: The high cost of rest and relaxation

The folly of an investment mistake, blissful as it started out

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PETER BRUCE: Everything but Ramaphosa’s hold on power is falling apart

From Eskom and SAA to Postbank, the disasters don’t seem to cause a bump in the president’s ride

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TIISETSO MOTSOENENG: Welcome news at last for embattled PPC

Cement maker’s deal with creditors of its Congolese business looks like a win-win

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LALI STANDER: A string of unsung heroes in SA’s golf history

Many of them were late bloomers and near champs, and a number of women swung like the best of them

STREET DOGS: Beware the fat snowball flying down capital hill

It is almost inevitable that the extreme overvaluation in the market will cause some form of avalanche

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KHAYA SITHOLE: Globalism consensus fails to inoculate against vaccine nationalism

Divergence in access to jabs mirrors the patterns of global inequality

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IAN BREMMER: US-EU relations will never be the same again

Thanks to Brexit more so than Trump — and especially the EU’s approach to China — the transatlantic alliance is forever changed

KATE THOMPSON DAVY: When chips become a matter of national security for big powers

Global semiconductor shortage is the Suez Canal blockage of the tech and motor industries

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MNINAWA NTLOKO: Pity poor Itumeleng Khune over toxic Twitter abuse after Bafana flop

Never mind that the goalie did not play in Sudan — irrational keyboard warriors want his head on a platter

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STREET DOGS: The problem with investing for the short term

Dominant dynamic in the markets today limits investors to momentum investing to determine share price direction

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CHRIS GILMOUR: African retailing — a dream deferred?

One ray of hope for Africa lies in a potential commodity price boom over the next few years

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ISMAIL LAGARDIEN: When economists get blinkered by non-ideology

Scholars are at odds whether war and global poverty have declined

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YACOOB ABBA OMAR: Why and how we should talk about race

We need a framework drawn from a constellation of contributions

MICHEL PIREU: Value investors need to keep up with the times and embrace change over consistency

Adaptation is vital as the pace of change is accelerated by the digital economy

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