LUNGILE MASHELE: Don’t be like Germany — figure out our energy needs

De-industrialisation is not an option, so focus on why electricity demand looks the way it does

PETER BRUCE: Eskom’s rosy new messaging sparks doubts

Either the utility publishes one public EAF and another that’s not available to public, or the February 22 statement is incorrect

MARK BARNES: Government is not done raiding SA’s reserves

With the two-pot retirement fund system we can eat now and starve later

JABULANI SIKHAKHANE: Bank plays with fire by showing its vaults can be pried open

Raiding unrealised profits from reserves is the most dangerous move since 1994

MICHAEL FRIDJHON: The painstaking process to produce immortal ports

It took decades for the vineyards of touriga nacional to deliver fruit with necessary depth and intensity

WANDILE SIHLOBO: Agricultural exports hit record despite logistical bars

Shipments rise 3% in spite of being boxed in by defective port, rail and road infrastructure

YACOOB ABBA OMAR: Mayihlome! Let the election drum beat on

In May, South Africans should use the act of voting to commit to building the nation

ISMAIL LAGARDIEN: Simple pleasures of tea hide a dark history

Houthi attacks on supply route threaten UK's favourite beverage

KATE THOMPSON DAVY: Crypto’s challenges remain unanswered, despite record-beating days

Weaknesses include the speed of transactions and its reputation as the playground of scam artists and criminals

JOHAN STEYN: Apple’s silent surge: preparing to dominate the 2024 AI landscape

It has been amassing a formidable arsenal of  start-ups, laying the groundwork for a seismic shift

NEIL MANTHORP: Agreeing that T20 cricket is the future would save time and money

It would make matters simpler and clearer if professionals stopped caring so much about first-class cricket

DUMA GQUBULE: ANC not interested in using the big policy levers to boost jobs

The party’s manifesto is vague by design in order to justify anything it wants, even policies failing SA

TIISETSO MOTSOENENG: Amplats dividend is a kick in the teeth for workers

Shareholders to be rewarded with R6bn amid plan to reduce headcount by almost a fifth