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EDITORIAL: New calls for Bank’s nationalisation remain absurd

ANC should be looking to the government, not the Reserve Bank, to address low growth and unemployment issues

EDITORIAL: The kink in the cable of Eskom’s debt

Market players could be forgiven for greeting with yawns the news that the Treasury is working on a sustainable solution

EDITORIAL: Banks have fared well in changing complexion of those in top jobs

The sector still has a fair way to go, but gone are the days when executives were overwhelmingly white men

EDITORIAL: Ramaphosa must make promising power plan happen

Lack of deadlines and responsibilities weakens plan to tackle the energy crisis

EDITORIAL: Dual-class share structures lose favour among investors

But they remain popular among some of those who control companies

LETTER: ANC no longer has a rightful place in the governance of our society

The governing party has failed to deal with the multiple crises facing the country

EDITORIAL: Ramaphosa deserves Mbeki’s flaying

It was with good reason that the former president castigated the head of state for poor stewardship of the economy and society

EDITORIAL: Bank’s 75-pointer could be the right medicine

The hawkish move by Lesetja Kganyago and his team will be vindicated if it delivers on price stability

EDITORIAL: Presidential discretion on state funerals needs tighter definition

Those honoured in this way must have served society, and not just one party

EDITORIAL: MTN overture tests regulators’ ideological stance

Authorities should adopt an open-minded approach given the dominance of MTN and Vodacom

EDITORIAL: No need to worry about fuel supply but ...

Outage at Natref means that SA has no functioning refineries at present and has to rely on imports for about 80% of its total fuel requirements

EDITORIAL: Ireland leads North’s charge as balance shifts before World Cup

Apart from the Welsh winning a Test in SA for the first time, England secured a convincing series victory

EDITORIAL: MPC will keep a beady eye on inflation and wages

A hike of at least 50 basis points is on the cards as retailers’ ability to absorb higher input costs also comes into focus

EDITORIAL: Economy is at risk if security is beyond the reach of the state

The country still has an intelligence problem a year after the failed insurrection

EDITORIAL: A debate on vaccine mandates is one SA needs to have

SA lost the opportunity to make its vaccine drive the success it should have been

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