EDITORIAL: Investors raise eyebrows at audacious offer for Sun International

Value Capital Partners and Allan Gray gave short shrift to bid by Nueva Inversiones Pacifico Sur of R22 per share

EDITORIAL: Hats off to leadership for the success of masks

The government has made grave mistakes, but at least the wearing of face masks has not become politicised

EDITORIAL: Markets give Mboweni a break — but what happens now?

The government has a chance to devise a credible plan to boost the economy and bring debt under control

PETER BRUCE: Let us eat out, Mr President, so waiters can eat

Cyril Ramaphosa is once again making promises he might not keep after announcing that restaurants will be allowed to open

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EDITORIAL: Sipho Maseko owes shareholders who refuse to hang up on Telkom

Investors show faith in plan to transform the company as stock price edges up after shock announcement

EDITORIAL: A buffer against bank failure

The benefits of deposit insurance outweigh the moral hazard that could be raised

EDITORIAL: Bold, out-of-the-box thinking needed

Will finance minister Tito Mboweni surprise with his revised crisis-time budget?

EDITORIAL: VBS arrests a feather in the cap for Shamila Batohi

Building watertight cases was never going to be easy — on top of having to rebuild the eroded National Prosecuting Authority

EDITORIAL: From lockdown to living with the virus

As the economy is poised to open up further, one major sector — tourism — has been left behind

EDITORIAL: Much is at stake in tourism sector’s rejected insurance claims

A fair settlement seems to be the best way to end a deadlock over business interruption policies

EDITORIAL: Cybercrime laws are long overdue in SA

They have never been needed as much as now, with many people working from home

EDITORIAL: Maimane’s call to keep schools closed reeks of opportunism

Former DA leader's legal challenge to education department will makes no sense for children or their parents who need to earn a living

EDITORIAL: Has the climate justice lobby gone too far?

Standard Bank cannot afford to be deprived of skilled directors, even though the transition to a low-carbon economy is SA’s eventual goal

EDITORIAL: MTN’s reputation at risk in Middle East

Investors will welcome the telecoms firm selling its assets and getting out of war-torn countries

EDITORIAL: Sport is finding its feet again

Crowds aren’t there yet but fans’ enthusiasm will carry sport into a new era

EDITORIAL: Lindiwe Sisulu must govern if she wants to lead

Minister has to put the water & sanitation department on a sound footing, despite the troubles that engulfed it

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