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

EDITORIAL: With a huge war chest, what will Naspers’ eyes fall on?

The company has not made mega deals and appears unlikely to jump into any in the near future

EDITORIAL: SA needs to aggressively fight ‘vaccine apartheid’

Rich countries still believe inoculating themselves and closing borders is a viable strategy

EDITORIAL: Land Bank rethink is poor timing for noteholders

Market is unimpressed with the first complex debt restructuring that has arisen for the Treasury

EDITORIAL: Investors put their faith in Grand Parade

After being stuck in a narrow range since November 2020, its share price has risen as much as 13%

EDITORIAL: Only the naive believe the ANC has solved its Ace Magashule problem

The NEC has given him 30 days — a lifetime in SA politics — to step aside from his post

EDITORIAL: Mozambique risks losing the chance of a generation

Huge gas bonanza now at risk with big attack on hub in Cabo Delgado province

EDITORIAL: Mission creep on price legislation could harm economy

Why would competition authorities use scarce staff resources on a temporary price hike that’s perfectly logical?

EDITORIAL: Rate hikes not an immediate danger

All five members of the monetary policy committee vote to keep the repo rate unchanged as it lifts its GDP forecast

EDITORIAL: Nedbank tainted or wronged by Regiments Capital?

CEO Mike Brown is adamant his staff did not engage in dishonesty, corruption or collusion

EDITORIAL: Kganyago’s success in taming inflation means SA is no Turkey on rates

Things you don’t miss until they’re gone: an independent central bank

EDITORIAL: The use of pension fund money as security for loans opens a can of worms

A legislative proposal to make this possible has the wellbeing of the poor in mind, but is misguided

EDITORIAL: Vaccine laggard SA may pay a heavy price for lack of planning

The inoculation delay could leave many dangerously exposed to the next wave of Covid-19 infections

EDITORIAL: Global rates outlook signals need for SA to stick to its debt plans

Inflation is on the way and the direction of travel is towards investors pricing in higher interest rates

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