Xinjiang’s detention camps are not just China’s shame

The mass incarceration of Uighurs and other Muslims has largely been met with global indifference

EDITORIAL: List may hurt ANC at the polls

The governing party's lineup of potential MPs includes figures seen as central to the rot of the Zuma years

EDITORIAL: Comair stance on Boeing is valid

Critics should also acknowledge that US regulators have so far not changed their view that the model is airworthy

EDITORIAL: Corporate SA’s indiscriminate offshore expansion coming back to bite it

Adding underperforming assets to quality portfolios is what too many SA executives have been doing

EDITORIAL: Market regulators need to act with alacrity

There should be a reasonable expectation that investigations won't take too long to provide clarity

EDITORIAL: Tongaat disaster increases pressure on JSE to raise its game

Despite upbeat comments from management and backing from analysts, it turns out the sugar company is no sweet bet

EDITORIAL: DA must get on top of the race issue

Hannah Winckler, a South Coast constituency officer who applied to stand for election as an MP, says a DA leader asked her to prove she is coloured

EDITORIAL: Aaron Motsoaledi’s toxic xenophobia

Health minister’s prejudiced utterances encouraged illegal discriminatory practices against foreigners 

EDITORIAL: Low growth a let-down after Ramaphoria

Rate is far from the levels needed to overcome the jobless crisis and only just more than half the level achieved during Zuma’s last year in office

EDITORIAL: Edcon has its work cut out after bailout

Thousands of jobs will be saved, but major structural challenges remain

EDITORIAL: State role in SAA won’t allow take-off

There is only one way to get the airline to flourish, and that is to free the government’s stronghold

EDITORIAL: Vodacom data U-turn highlights new risks

Social media users reacted quickly after company proposed on its website to charge customers for a bundle roll-over service

EDITORIAL: Rand strength no reason for complacency

The gain since the end of 2018 masks what has been a terrible February, in which it has shed more than 4%

EDITORIAL: Rape allegation shows the gloves are off in war between ANC factions

Group that didn’t support Ramaphosa before Nasrec conference seems hell-bent on seeing party fail in its cleanup project, and ultimately at the polls

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