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SHIRLEY DE VILLIERS: Dirty politics and filthy lucre

ANC’s legislative shenanigans create a hole in party funding law big enough to drive several cash-in-transit pantechnicons through

Is Fabricio the man to deliver for Naspers?

New CEO Fabricio Bloisi is regarded as an operator, while Ervin Tu, now back in his role as CIO, is an allocator, raising questions about how responsibilities ...

Welcome to coalition country

The trend towards coalition politics is not surprising — it’s a natural outcome of our electoral system. That means debating whether coalitions are a good idea ...

CHRIS ROPER: Flag subtlety puffs smoke into ANC eyes

Metaphor undoubtedly has its place, but as John Steenhuisen here at home and Tim Cook over in California have both discovered, it doesn't always work in an ad ...

Stark choices lie ahead for leadership after May 29

South Africa is watching closely to see in which direction the election wind will blow. If the momentum shifts to populists, a battered ANC may pivot in that ...

Opposition politics: a big logjam, going nowhere

The proliferation of new political parties does not automatically signify the strengthening of opposition politics. If anything, it suggests change will be ...

JUSTICE MALALA: There’s nothing favourable in this predicted ‘benign’ outcome

If the ANC gets between 45% and 51%, builds a coalition government with smaller parties and remains in charge of economic policy, all South Africa will get is ...

Shoprite goes Hyper with Checkers Sixty60

Retail giant takes bold step into online general merchandise, squaring up to the likes of Amazon, Takealot, Shein and Temu

Will the youth decide the future of SA?

The IEC and political parties have invested substantial resources in getting young people to register to vote. Will they turn out on the day — and for whom?

EDITORIAL: A welcome bid to inject justice into a brutal war

The ICC prosecutor’s application for arrest warrants must be welcomed as a necessary step to punish those who have waged war with impunity

If I were an ANC official, I’d be worried

South Africans abroad vote in droves ‘for change’

Is Equites a worthy recovery play?

Sentiment is finally on the mend after its UK foray went south but it remains to be seen how much upside the former market darling offers

FINANCE GHOST: The good news story, I think

Eskom’s ray of light clears some of the doom and gloom, even in Joburg

Cape Winelands Airport set to become world’s greenest airport

Cape Winelands Airport is set to become the greenest in the world with R7bn development plan

Pan African proves that size isn’t everything

The gold miner’s stock has been rising, thanks to its solid production track record

Lesaka’s burning along the acquisition trail

The fintech company is set to take over payments business Adumo — and expand its customer base

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MARKET WRAP: Rand battered by hawkish Fed comments

Andrew Linder

It now seems there may be no cuts at all in 2024

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Premature to talk of ANC tie-up, says DA

Thando Maeko

Ashor Sarupen expects multiparty charter to mount a successful challenge, but there are many variables

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Big service delivery progress made over past two decades, Stats SA says

Luyolo Mkentane

More people than before have access to water and sanitation, housing, social grants, electricity, and media, according to statistician-general Risenga Maluleke

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Capital & Regional confirms proposal by Vukile, sending shares up

Jacqueline Mackenzie

The proposal, which is for the entire issued share capital of Capital & Regional, was received on April 19

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SHIRLEY DE VILLIERS: Dirty politics and filthy lucre

ANC’s legislative shenanigans create a hole in party funding law big enough to drive several cash-in-transit pantechnicons through

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EDITORIAL: A welcome bid to inject justice into a brutal war

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