EDITORIAL: Disputed DRC poll result is par for the course

The country has never seen a peaceful, democratic transition of power

EDITORIAL: The futility of walls

These symbols of division and xenophobia are not even effective at keeping people out

EDITORIAL: If 2018 is anything to go by, expect more market and currency volatility in 2019

Wild swings demonstrate the rand’s particular vulnerability to any bouts of volatility globally, due to its status as being among the most heavily traded ...

EDITORIAL: Nugent is a clear example of how an inquiry should be run

Fast, thorough, decisive: the Sars inquiry sets a new standard for how commissions should be conducted

EDITORIAL: Unions need to be stronger

Labour movements can bring about positive change in society by organising and campaigning to strengthen democracy and good governance

EDITORIAL: Zuma ruling a victory for democracy

Deputy judge president Aubrey Ledwaba rules that Jacob Zuma must pay his own legal costs in his corruption case

EDITORIAL: Proposed guidelines, if implemented, only turn around SA’s troubled SOEs

The only thing that should shock South Africans is that the guidelines are not standard already

EDITORIAL: Intriguing Brexit scenarios

The stand-off in the UK over Brexit has culminated in the postponement of the most cruicial issue to be put before the British parliament in 40 yearas

EDITORIAL: Picture of party support raises questions for voters

An opinion poll by the Institute of Race Relations raises interesting points of political debate for voters. The snap poll results showed the ANC at 56%, the ...

Editorial: Courting India is in SA’s best interest

While the US by its own volition is edging out of the diplomacy arena,  India’s economic growth is  likely to start outpacing that of China in the near future

EDITORIAL: Independent probe at Fortress is welcome

An independent investigation at Fortress Reit is a victory in the quest for transparency

EDITORIAL: Time to show leadership at Eskom

How bad do things need to be before we get to see some leadership? That’s the question most South Africans will be asking as they watch what’s unfolding with ...

EDITORIAL: End of recession brings relief, but SA remains in a holding pattern

The cause is not only corruption; a larger problem is economic missteps, as can be seen in the government's approach to mining

EDITORIAL: SA markets get an early Christmas present

Rand has started December on a firm footing, building on what was its best November against the dollar in about three decades

EDITORIAL: Too many questions left unanswered in Mantashe’s Zondo testimony

Gwede Mantashe's testimony before the Zondo commission left more questions unanswered and if the ANC members are not open and honest, the commission of inquiry ...

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