EDITORIAL: Daniel Mminele takes Absa reins amid fierce competition

The new CEO will have to stamp his authority quickly as he inherits a strategy he wasn’t part of conceptualising

EDITORIAL: ANC birthday bash is all window dressing

The 8,000-word January 8 statement by the ruling party is empty and simply aimed at reassuring SA

EDITORIAL: Here we go again — plodding in the dark

Load-shedding has returned to ruin any hope that SA might find a way out of its economic problems

EDITORIAL: Duck to avoid being hit by dodgy crystal balls

Global volatility highlights need to fix local economy, and quickly

EDITORIAL: Richard Maponya — a life lived with perseverance

The pioneering businessman was driven to find solutions, something SA could learn from

Business Day’s top editorials of 2019

From politics to business, here are the 10 most read editorials from the team at Business Day

EDITORIAL: Here’s hoping for some early Ramaphosa wins in 2020

President needs to get off on the right foot to help boost the rand and grow the economy

EDITORIAL: Fixing jails is part of fixing a bigger problem

Merely freeing a few thousand prisoners every few years or so will not fix anything in the long run

EDITORIAL: Why Just Eat shareholders are licking their lips in anticipation of a deal

UK online food delivery company rejects Prosus latest offer quickly in the hope of a sweeter one

EDITORIAL: Latest move by medical schemes regulator will only hurt consumers

Move by the Council for Medical Schemes will strip private health-care cover from hundreds of thousands of people

EDITORIAL: Let the private sector in

It is clear this government is out of its depth when it comes to running a modern economy

EDITORIAL: Companies going green not in Eskom’s best interest

The government is not keen to allow third parties to generate their own energy as it will accelerate Eskom’s death spiral

EDITORIAL: Blackouts make for dystopian nightmare

Whether you are facing an Eastern Cape heat wave or Gauteng floods, you will be doing it in the dark

EDITORIAL: Battle for Gauteng reveals DA’s cracks

The fact that some of its members helped hand Joburg back to the ANC means it has failed in its role as the official opposition

EDITORIAL: Added auditing rules may well give the crooked new gaps

Major supermarket chains are adopting the complex IFRS16  — and life just got harder for those reading the reports

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