BULELWA MABASA: Reforming the land reform rules

Two decades on and the state has finally drafted a policy to spell out who should benefit from land reform. It’s a big step in the right direction

CARMEL RICKARD: Zimbabwe’s money-go-round in court

A Zimbabwean business is out of pocket after the supreme court ruled that a US dollar debt, paid at par in real-time gross settlement dollars, is justifiable

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Cosatu’s R250bn gamble

We asked Cosatu parliamentary officer Matthew Parks whether the union federation has actually pitched the idea to the organisations that steward public ...

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Where are South Africans buying second citizenships?

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Invicta: bloody, but unbowed

Invicta was once JSE mid-cap royalty. But with a rights offer looming, new CEO Steven Joffe faces a tough task

MARC HASENFUSS: Mediclinic: little, too late?

Smaller deals might well be critical if Mediclinic ever considered a split of its international and local operations

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Life (and death) of the party

The ANC Youth League has lost its party spirit, leaving petulant political gestures to the EFF

Listed property: pick those cherries wisely

If ever there was a time to be discerning in your property stock picks, now must surely be it

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Hard slog ahead for SA’s motoring sector

There are reasons for SA’s motor industry to be cheerful — but even more to be nervous

The ghosts of Zuma’s past

The former president has cast a long shadow over SA — not just in terms of the state capture carried out during his tenure, but also in the legal legacy that ...

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Exclusive: Markus Jooste destroyed evidence before Steinhoff scandal hit

Company board accuses disgraced former CEO of ‘intentional destruction’ of records, evoking images of the Enron scandal

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Section 12J: snag that tax break

Section 12J schemes should be doing much more to lift the economy, and there’s still time to get involved

Gordhan vs Zuma: A short history

Looking back, it’s clear that the bogeyman myth surrounding public enterprises minister Pravin Gordhan began with former president Jacob Zuma

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JUSTICE MALALA: Things really could be worse in SA

Globally, the days of leaders who grasped the idea of humanity as part of an international community seem to be behind us

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Spaza shops: access to capital opens doors for entrepreneurs

Funding dreams: how a small business fund has identified the oft-forgotten spaza shop as a way to grow new business

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How Syria’s Idlib has become the site of an unfolding humanitarian disaster

Chloe Cornish and Asmaa al-Omar

The civil war has left at least 500,000 people dead, forced half the population from their homes and pushed millions to seek refuge in the Middle East region and Europe

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Anglo American Platinum CEO Chris Griffith quits

Allan Seccombe

Executive leaves as company posts record results in a buoyant metals market

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Wanted Online: Meet the powerhouse team at the helm of Joburg’s hottest new eatery Aurum

Steve Steinfeld

Restaurant in Africa’s tallest building in the heart of Sandton sets out to create an experience so good you won’t want to go home

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Gwede Mantashe will not commit to renewable energy time frame

Carol Paton

Mineral resources & energy minister says he is not a ' 'fundamentalist' about bid window despite undertaking made by President Cyril Ramaphosa

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Opinion

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ALLAN GREENBLO: Government has a partner in the financial sector whose influence it cannot deny

If company pension funds were better organised into a representative body, and if members understood that what’s good for the funds is good for the economy, Ramaphosa’s task would be easier

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EDITORIAL: Tips for Tito: a plea for wage restraint

The FM’s big tip for finance minister Tito Mboweni would have been to get a deep conversation going with the unions before the budget on the need for wage restraint

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ROB ROSE: 10-million jobless and rising ...

Two new reports on joblessness in SA paint a dire picture of the state of affairs. Yet the ANC stubbornly clings to its ‘pro-worker’ model

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