EDITORIAL: Law and politics after VBS collapse

Former chair of VBS Tshifhiwa Matodzi’s revelations come at an inopportune time for the EFF

EDITORIAL: Africa first

Time for SA to take a new approach to foreign relations

EDITORIAL: Pick n Pay takes a step towards redemption

Investors will be offered new shares at a juicy discount — but discounts indicate urgency not goodwill

EDITORIAL: Esidimeni: some justice, many lessons

Ability of officials to deliver critical public services is a matter of life, death and basic human dignity

EDITORIAL: Still no answer to the big rugby question

We are all in the dark about which rugby nation is the best in the world

EDITORIAL: The attack on America’s democracy

The next few days will test US political leaders, especially Joe Biden and Donald Trump

EDITORIAL: What Ramaphosa needs to say in his opening of new parliament speech

President should inject good dose of realism while providing some reason for hope

EDITORIAL: Households sceptical that inflation will slow

Survey shows households expect inflation at close to double digits in five years’ time

EDITORIAL: President for life loading

Rwandan stability under Paul Kagame has been marred by deterioration of civil freedoms

EDITORIAL: Leon Schreiber makes bold start at home affairs

New minister Leon Schreiber has a chance to sort out the dysfunction in the visa system

EDITORIAL: Nuclear proposal out of line

Energy minister says work at advanced stage to finalise plans for new nuclear power station

EDITORIAL: Good news for SA and UK

Sense prevails at a time when support for multilateralism is at risk and Europe has taken a turn to the right

EDITORIAL: Has nothing been learnt from Covid-19?

Health department is still trying to secure donations of mpox vaccines from Western nations

EDITORIAL: Gauteng’s uncertain future

Panyaza Lesufi needs to follow through on his pledge to keep the door open for the DA

EDITORIAL: Bidvest Bank’s long goodbye

By delaying the exit, it missed opportunities to redeploy resources effectively

EDITORIAL: Our questionable last line of defence

Angie Motshekga may yet succeed if she fights a spirited battle for resources, but she left a woeful legacy in education