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EDITORIAL: Enough is enough — fix the infrastructure now

SA is coming apart at the seams and business sees few signs of anything being done about it

EDITORIAL: SA must not allow the weather service to become the next Eskom

The SA Weather Service is forced to use infrastructure spend to keep its balloons in the air

EDITORIAL: Structural reforms gain momentum but need voomah

Operation Vulindlela has had some successes but more will need to be done much faster

EDITORIAL: A festival of farce and folly with Mkhwebane in and out of courts

The public protector aims to persuade the  Constitutional Court to review a decision not to rescind a previous judgment

EDITORIAL: Anglo’s green hydrogen push is smarter than it looks

More and more countries are out to develop a hydrogen economy, for which much platinum may be needed

EDITORIAL: Can government rise to the demands of the commodities boom?

If bureaucratic red tape lingers any longer, SA might miss out on a much-needed bonanza

EDITORIAL: Mr President, we are watching YOU as the clock ticks towards December

The Herculean challenge Ramaphosa urgently needs to confront is to bring unity as promised

EDITORIAL: The problem is crime, not trade policy

SA now exports more raw copper than it produces or imports, as criminals drive demand for stolen copper cable

EDITORIAL: Public-sector pay talks may take a long time

Both sides adopt tough positions as negotiations begin, but the government and unions need to find a way to provide a better public service

EDITORIAL: Thungela rally highlights need to rethink coal’s future

While excluding ‘dirty gold’ from the energy mix would be first prize, reality demands we find ways to mitigate its emissions

EDITORIAL: SA owes so much to the good people it had in key institutions

The Zondo commission tells a story of a heroic Treasury versus a rogue’s gallery of state entity saboteurs

EDITORIAL: Health department will be busy in court defending regulations

Many of the measures are based on outdated ideas enacted when Covid-19 was new

EDITORIAL: Macron win a victory for Europe

France’s president pledges to mend sharp division in French society and promises to be ‘president for all of us’

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