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Why vaccine mandates may just be inevitable

For life to return to normal, many companies will probably insist on their staff being vaccinated against Covid. But it’s a decision with possible legal, ...

EDITORIAL: If ports fail, so does SA

The staggering vandalism that continues to strip railway tracks, cables and even stations is at crisis level, and must be addressed urgently

The rebirth of the Rand Club

The moribund colonial bastion is Joburg’s latest, unlikely, comeback kid

ROB ROSE: Record petrol price risks fuelling dissent

As the petrol price approaches a record R20 to the litre, it’s clear we need an overhaul of fuel taxes, which suck up R6.11 for every litre you buy

EDITORIAL: State grinds to a halt, as ANC spins

With the ANC in full campaign mode, the actual business of running the country has ground to a halt

GIULIETTA TALEVI: Behind bitcoin’s ‘coming of age’

The cryptocurrency’s recent march means that its gains now dwarf those of the general market – the JSE, up 12.6% year to date, or the US’s S&P 500, up 22%

NATASHA MARRIAN: Will 2021 be the year of the smaller parties?

Internal party polls are particularly unreliable ahead of these elections, but there seems to be some data behind the DA’s attacks on ActionSA

Behind SA’s sorry hostage drama

The ‘military veterans’ who held three ministers hostage last week have refused all attempts to verify their struggle credentials. The sorry saga seems linked ...

TOBY SHAPSHAK: Spectrum outrage is a nadir for Icasa

The regulator is its own worst enemy in this bid to rebalance the cellular industry. Its foolish tactics will cause further delays

PSG vs Long4Life: which to buy now

Brian Joffe’s Long4Life seems to have rekindled its deal-making spark, while PSG’ Moutons appear stuck in a rut

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THE FINANCE GHOST: In the JSE’s departure room

The long tail of rubbish that is typical of horror movie franchises is becoming synonymous with the reputation of the JSE's small-cap space

CHRIS ROPER: SA’s electoral alphabet soup

With 325 political parties contesting the November 1 local government elections, picking one could be a daunting exercise. Can you tell your ATM from your AIM?

Why strikes are so violent

Killing, intimidation and destruction in Numsa strike lead to more calls for labour law changes and better enforcement

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THABISO MOCHIKO

The global energy crunch has hit home and businesses and consumers face steep fuel price hikes that could put more pressure on the already weak local economy.

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Evergrande buys time, pays up at last minute

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China Evergrande Group pulled back from the brink of default by paying a bond coupon before yesterday’s deadline, giving the property giant at least another week to come to grips with a debt crisis that has rattled investor confidence in the world’s second-largest economy.

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Clicks nowhere near saturation as it seeks to continue its expansion drive

Clicks's plan to increase market share in the health, beauty, baby and pharmacy sectors will see it surpass its target of  900 outlets target and create up to 2,000 new jobs over the next five years.

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ARTHUR GOLDSTUCK | Reading the mind of the mall to decipher e-commerce

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In SA retail, an interesting relationship is emerging between physical stores and online sales, writes Arthur Goldstuck.

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