EDITORIAL: Cry, the gullible country

The willingness of some to entertain Tokyo Sexwale’s wild claims highlights a sinister development in SA society

EDITORIAL: Nice words, Mr President, but can we have some action?

Cyril Ramaphosa appearing at the Zondo commission doesn’t solve the problem of corruption and cronyism

EDITORIAL: Nedbank sets a green example

The bank’s new energy policy sets the climate bar high, and other banks need to take note

EDITORIAL: India’s Covid-19 tragedy highlights the need for vigilance and speedy vaccinations

Tragic events in that country should be a reminder of the dangers of complacency

EDITORIAL: Lowering standards no silver bullet for JSE crisis

Onerous compliance requirements may lead to delistings but investors need standards to be kept

EDITORIAL: Durban port deals with private sector must be clean

The vital harbour operations must be kept corruption-free — no ANC family or friends allowed

EDITORIAL: Absa back to square one as another CEO leaves

Was Daniel Mminele given a fair and fighting chance at the bank and its ‘new’ strategy?

EDITORIAL: Part of SA history and heritage goes up in flames

Rare books, historical documents, collections and even a 1535 Dutch Bible are lost in UCT blaze

EDITORIAL: Shift electric vehicle output to fast lane

Government must reposition automotive industry for this transition

EDITORIAL: Pausing J&J’s jab is the responsible thing to do

But SA needs answers quickly, ideally within days, and there’s no time to dither once the verdict is in

EDITORIAL: You have a country to govern, Mr President

The Zuma-Magashule show ensures national issues take a back seat to ANC ones

EDITORIAL: Anglo turns over a new green leaf with coal disposal

Handing over polluting companies to black investors has raised questions about the sincerity of companies such as Anglo and Australia’s South32

EDITORIAL: Tax evaders should consider if evasion is still worth the risk

The growing chances of being caught point to Sars getting ever more sophisticated with masses of data and global co-operation

EDITORIAL: Adapt IT shareholders have reason to hold out for more

Durban-based software company’s share price shoots up, and might go even higher

EDITORIAL: SABC needs to do more than just slashing its wage bill

The broadcaster has been groaning under a draining cost-to-income ratio as advertising sales fall and competition from online platforms is fierce

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