Malusi Gigaba. Picture: THE TIMES
Malusi Gigaba. Picture: THE TIMES

Stories of Note

Bytes from the digital world

The Oppenheimers launch a court battle against Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba.

Habib bank suitor Hamza Farooqui weighs in on the banks’ collusion scandal, calling for change.

Meanwhile, hefty fines await colluding banks for “pervasiveness of unbridled greed”.

Sassa is far from ready to take over the distribution of social grants.

In My Opinion

Matters of debate

Johnny Steinberg says should Cyril Ramaphosa become president, do not expect a rejuvenated relationship between leader and people. Instead, expect a deepening of the popular cynicism about wealth, politics and power.

Peter Bruce says the forex collusion charges have put the banks on the spot in a way the Gupta-Zuma alliance could barely have imagined in their wildest dreams.

Ford is sticking with its plan to build two new factories in Mexico, despite an announcement in January that it had scrapped plans for a plant in the central state of San Luis Potosi — which followed pressure from Donald Trump. And that is not the only mishap that Trump has had to deal with this week.

Finding Alpha

The long and the short of the markets

Change of heart at Anglo American as commodity prices firm.

Be patient and trust us, Gold Fields tells investors.

Oh, Very Twitty

The lighter side of the web

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