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MICHAEL MORRIS: Better to know what is needed than wishing troubles away

South Africans were opposed to National Party but were not assertive enough about new kind of society we wanted

GAVIN RICH: Well done, Pumas, but does the Currie Cup have a future?

The unexpected win was indeed a fairytale come true for the people of Nelspruit

RICARDO SMITH: Feels like Hamilton versus Verstappen all over again

It’s crucial to consider all risks ahead including market crashes and recession, and maintain diversified portfolios

BRIAN KANTOR: Risk-return relationship is an irresistible state of nature

You never know for certain what will happen in advance, and risk avoidance can be extremely valuable

CHRIS THURMAN: ‘Shirley Valentine’ is a rescue act from the ’80s but still very funny

In this version of the play starring Natasha Sutherland, Shirley meets A-ha to tell a quietly redemptive tale

PETER BRUCE: Forget about ‘making’ industrialists, just get the basics right

Government's plans betray a total ignorance of how businesses work and what makes them thrive

GUGU LOURIE: Amazon has its work cut out as it takes on SA and Nigerian online giants

Takealot, Jumia and Konga are unlikely to allow US e-commerce behemoth free rein in markets they cultivated

NICOLE FRITZ: A shining instance of public officials acting ethically

They managed to divert a cargo of arms meant to be used to put down MDC voters in Zimbabwe

GRACELIN BASKARAN: This is why the Fed’s biggest rate hike in 28 years is problematic

Climate change was driving up inflation before the Russian invasion of Ukraine took place

KATE THOMPSON DAVY: Amazon meet Africa: the promise of and barriers to the giant e-tailer’s localisation plans

Amazon’s arrival in SA will give local e-commerce a shot in the arm that may be revitalising or possibly fatal for some

JOHAN STEYN: SA lags several African countries on AI policy

None of the recommendations in a report on the fourth industrial revolution has been implemented by the government

JABULANI SIKHAKHANE: State must sort the bikinis from the heart pills to beat goods flow disruptions

After many disruptions to the flow of the economy, the government should be seeking how to better understand the risks of such interruptions

CHRIS GILMOUR: Lewis is sitting pretty, and the future looks comfy too

Shareholders have been enjoying a spectacular stock price rise over the past two years

WANDILE SIHLOBO: Farmers look to the sky again to see what it will yield

The weather is foremost in the minds of those involved in farming, with warm and dry conditions needed for some crops and good rains for others

Published by Arena Holdings and distributed with the Financial Mail on the last Thursday of every month except December and January.