EDITORIAL: Time for Sasol to shed light on its emissions plan

Investors want to know how group’s long-term greenhouse gas emission reduction strategy aligns with the Paris Climate Agreement

EDITORIAL: Christo Wiese looms large over Shoprite discord

Fractured board is more likely to distract management than provide the support it needs

EDITORIAL: Don’t make the same mistake with NHI

The governance structure model leaves state institutions wide open to capture

EDITORIAL: Shoprite finds African pitfalls

Retailer is in the middle of a review of its operations in the rest of the continent

EDITORIAL: A small window for confidence building

Market was expecting the worst from Moody’s, so there’s no time to relax before February

EDITORIAL: Lessons from the Springboks

The trust, respect and admiration between captain Siya Kolisi and coach Rassie Erasmus was palpable

EDITORIAL: Eskom’s the Sword of Damocles over SA

Finance minister suggests no new measures to help utility cope with its paralysing debt load

EDITORIAL: Stand by for Moody’s judgment

Finance minister Tito Mboweni’s medium-term budget policy statement is inadequate in charting a way forward

EDITORIAL: Sasol earns full marks — and a poor score

The culture of excessive deference is not a unique problem — it is seen in every underperforming company on the JSE

EDITORIAL: Vacuum created by diminished DA worrying

The danger is the rise of the far-left and the ANC tilting towards reckless policies in a bid to compete

EDITORIAL: North-South Rugby World Cup final promises a classic

The balance of power in world rugby has shifted closer to the centre

EDITORIAL: Fikile Mbalula’s statement just doesn’t fly

Transport minister and the SA Civil Aviation Authority should be ashamed of their handling of the crisis in aviation

EDITORIAL: Looming bidding war for Just Eat a test of Naspers’s prudence

Prosus will either squander its $6bn windfall from Tencent or squander an opportunity to chart a new path

EDITORIAL: More power, less politics

Gwede Mantashe deserves credit for the energy blueprint, but he is playing for time SA does not have

EDITORIAL: DA needs to get its house in order — for SA’s sake

Herman Mashaba’s resignation is the latest sign of trouble in the opposition ranks

EDITORIAL: Cheering on the regulator

The apparently tougher new approach of the Financial Sector Conduct Authority is to be welcomed

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