MARC HASENFUSS: The fate of Sun International

The market has seemingly expressed optimism around a R1.5bn rights issue

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Yoweri Museveni: Desperately clinging to power

Africa’s longest-serving leader digs his heels in

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ZEENAT MOORAD: How Kodak lost focus

Can a company ever really live up to the legacy of its storied past?

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The joy and danger of initial coin offerings

Examples of SA ICOs are few and far between, even though the broader market is exploding

CARMEL RICKARD: A sobering message to litigants

How the labour court chose to deal with a case that it deemed to be frivolous has lessons for employees with grievances against their employers

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What KPMG’s crisis means for auditing in SA

Repairing the damage to its reputation may be the biggest battle facing KPMG in the months ahead

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Edcon’s store-culling to hit malls

The retail group’s restructuring efforts could place further strain on already struggling shopping centres

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What is SA’s biggest company really worth?

The discount at which it trades to its investments is enormous and has been growing fast over the past two years

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ANN CROTTY: The audit industry’s unaccountable power

Greater consolidation means less choice for clients

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How Trump’s Iran sanctions will hurt SA

The upshot of Donald Trump’s isolationist policies is likely to be greater inefficiency, softer global growth and higher inflation

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ROB ROSE: Steinhoff’s ground zero

Germany’s probe into Steinhoff is at a standstill. Are the Germans trying to pretend it’s only an SA problem?

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Regulation: Foothills, two peaks, and a mountain

The new regulatory framework can be almost as confusing as the cult TV series of the 1990s

SIKONATHI MANTSHANTSHA: Parable of the little thief

The story of a young man who grew greedy and spoke with food in his mouth

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Photography: Challenging xenophobia exhibition

Award-winning photojournalists James Oatway’s and Alon Skuy’s exhibition timed to commemorate the 10-year anniversary of the 2008 outbreak of ...

JUSTICE MALALA: Good luck boys and girls

When you’re young you can afford to bravely hand the crown jewels to political players to manage for you

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PETER BRUCE: Surprise, surprise Shivambu shows his sensible side

Peter Bruce

In a significant shift in the EFF’s approach to economic policy, its deputy leader has been punting the creation of a Sovereign Wealth Fund

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THE FT COLUMN: Italy illustrates the way to liberal democracy’s demise

Wolfgang Münchau

Undue optimism about the protective power of constitutions is just one of the complacent narratives endangering democracy, writes Wolfgang Münchau

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RANJENI MUNUSAMY: Is South Africa giving up its global position with a knee-jerk reaction to Israel?

Ranjeni Munusamy

'Our history of violence and human suffering, our experience of negotiations, and our solidarity with the Palestinians require that we do more than conduct PR exercises'

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LUKANYO MNYANDA: SA’s visa barriers rival Brexit for self-sabotage

Lukanyo Mnyanda

Good intentions may excuse the initial decision, regardless of how foolish it was, but then to spend years ignoring a growing body of evidence showing the harm?

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PETER BRUCE: Surprise, surprise Shivambu shows his sensible side

In a significant shift in the EFF’s approach to economic policy, its deputy leader has been punting the creation of a Sovereign Wealth Fund

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Marc Hasenfuss Editor-at-large

MARC HASENFUSS: The fate of Sun International

The market has seemingly expressed optimism around a R1.5bn rights issue

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Zeenat Moorad Associate editor: Financial Mail

ZEENAT MOORAD: How Kodak lost focus

Can a company ever really live up to the legacy of its storied past?

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