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CHRIS ROPER: Our freedom, but at your expense

The recently formed Afrikaner Foundation appears to come straight out of the pyramid scheme playbook

Time to toll the information highway?

In the same way as vehicle owners pay taxes to keep national roads in good repair, telecoms groups are increasingly calling for internet companies to pay for ...

SANISHA PACKIRISAMY: The allure of populism

Amid a global surge in populist politics, centrist parties are being outflanked by their far-right rivals

How to navigate the marketplace maze

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Will the South African Reit rally last?

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SIMON BROWN: How to power up your electricity savings

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Lesufi’s dicey power play

Having excluded the DA from the administration in Gauteng, Panyaza Lesufi and his cabinet will have to pass their policy proposals as a minority government

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Battle lines drawn on Overberg ‘gold rush’

Residents slam poor quality of draft environmental impact report

MARC HASENFUSS: Banking on Bidvest’s reliable sweet spot

In the wake of the Citron acquisition we may see more of these smart little bolt-on buys, recalling the days when Brian Joffe was making the deals

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US retreat from African allies cause for alarm, says lobbyist Altmire

Lizeka Tandwa

SA stands to lose the Agoa treaty, which provides duty-free product coverage and is up for review in 2025

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Volkswagen SA trials electric ID.4 SUV ahead of 2026 launch

Selected customers will dip in a toe and report back on findings before the car goes to market

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Rand and JSE slip, with focus on upcoming MPC rate decision

Lindiwe Tsobo

Meanwhile, market expectations of a September rate cut by the US Fed continue to increase

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ANC holds coalition talks with IFP in hung KZN municipalities

Zimasa Matiwane

The ANC says it has ‘already started to invite the IFP in eThekwini and we are intending to invite the IFP and the DA in KwaDukuza’

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EDITORIAL: Ramaphosa must cut to the chase

The time for talk is over and the GNU needs to make urgent and decisive moves to prove its mettle

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JUSTICE MALALA: The recurring Trump nightmare

Anyone who thought he couldn’t possibly serve a second term is about to be proved wrong

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