EDITORIAL: What Norway’s election teaches about SA’s own decarbonisation issues

Despite its abundant oil, Norway has hardly sat on its laurels and has been among world leaders in the transition to the use of cleaner energy

EDITORIAL: As vote approaches, SA is none the wiser about who really funds politics

Only three political parties — the ANC, DA and ActionSA — among more than 500 registered with the IEC, have declared their donors

EDITORIAL: Two decades after 9/11, it’s back to square one

No region in the world was spared from the attacks on the Twin Towers

EDITORIAL: Jacob Zuma’s medical parole must be reviewed

The DA’s review request seeks to determine whether the correct process was followed

EDITORIAL: Red lights for democracy as IEC bypasses parliament and runs to courts

Move shows that amid political dilemmas players often approach judges before exhausting other remedies

EDITORIAL: Reopening of candidate registration is rational

IEC’s decision probably aligns with the Constitutional Court order that the election be proclaimed again

EDITORIAL: Naspers’s Van Dijk strikes shrewd deal

CEO gives wary investors reasons to believe Prosus is not about to squander its Tencent windfall

EDITORIAL: Absence of a taper tantrum bodes well for SA

The market view that US interest rates will stay unchanged for longer will help prop up local assets

EDITORIAL: Wisdom prevails on social reform policy paper

Nedlac is the forum in which such policies are thrashed out and this is the place where the green paper should have been submitted

EDITORIAL: Decision time for government on Eskom

Unsustainable debt and nonpayment by municipalities are beyond power utility’s control

EDITORIAL: Vaccine options have to include a form of passporting

But discriminating against people who don’t have a reasonable opportunity to get a shot would not pass the test of fairness

EDITORIAL: Growing mistrust of courts calls for redress as John Hlophe’s future hangs in balance

The very authority tasked with overseeing the hiring and firing of judges has cloaked itself not only in secrecy but also disgrace

EDITORIAL: Why the change of mind over Burger King?

Why did the Competition Commission make its earlier decision, and why has it now overturned it?

EDITORIAL: Timing of Shoprite’s R1bn deal is perfect

The company has made a sharp move snapping up assets that are perfectly located

EDITORIAL: Production is the silver bullet amid calls for a basic income grant

Expansion of social welfare is being pushed to counter joblessness, but with no regard for funding

EDITORIAL: Standard Bank boldly goes into a futuristic digital mall

CEO Sim Tshabalala is shifting the business to include complementary products and services

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