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Gold hedges lose their shine — again

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JUSTICE MALALA: Played like a fiddle as Zimbabwe burns

Ever since Mbeki’s policy of pandering to Mugabe, the ANC has grovelled at the feet of Zanu-PF. Cyril must change that

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Do MBAs have a future?

Full-time MBA programmes are in retreat. Do they have a future?

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Where in the world will the next epidemic start?

Human movement is constant and wide-ranging, which means that the first case of a disease can be far away from where transmission to people started

STEPHEN CRANSTON: An unclear black picture

The good news this year is that the amount of assets managed by black-owned firms has increased

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Drilling down in Zimbabwe’s oil fields

Australian mining firm Invictus is hopeful of finding commercially viable oil fields in fuel-starved Zimbabwe — but past resource finds have brought conflict ...

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African Rainbow Capital’s fee flak

African Rainbow Capital has sparked outrage over its R750m rights issue — part of which will go towards paying a management fee

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TOBY SHAPSHAK: Facebook has ‘blood on its hands’

Sophie Zhang’s searing memo has exposed how the social media giant is losing the war against disinformation

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MBA students: avoiding meltdown

The pressures of 2020 are placing huge psychological strain on some students

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PROFILE: UCT Graduate School of Business director Catherine Duggan

The school’s new American director is an African at heart. Her appointment ends a two-year leadership hiatus at the institution

SHIRLEY DE VILLIERS: Trapped for eternity in the ANC’s noxious morass

Look no further than the Eastern Cape – where apparent wartime levels of hunger are met with callous disregard – to see the depths the government has plumbed ...

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RAZINA MUNSHI: What Europe’s second wave means for SA

The spike being reported elsewhere shows that the world is nowhere close to beating Covid-19. That offers a vital lesson for this country to not let its guard down

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There’s no denying that jobs need to be created and that ‘buy local’ is a good thing, but they aren’t going to happen by decree

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