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How crazy rules are stifling JSE empowerment stocks

Is a fixation with maintaining black ownership inadvertently stifling efforts to broaden — and grow — empowerment participation on the JSE?

Are SA’s business schools heading in the right direction?

As some schools get new leadership, others are just beginning the search. Some are changing strategic focus, while others are making more physical moves

Business schools under the microscope

SA’s Council on Higher Education wants the lowdown on the country’s business schools

Morals are good, say SA businesses. Survival is better

Teach us to live through tough times, companies tell business schools

How business schools can drag dinosaur execs into the post-Covid era

Some employees are frightened of returning to work after Covid. Others simply don’t like the way their employer does business. It takes a special kind of ...

Inside Chris Griffith’s great gold gamble

Gold Fields $7bn tilt for Toronto-listed Yamana Gold came like a bolt from the blue in May. Despite initial scepticism, there has been some shift in sentiment ...

EXCLUSIVE: De Ruyter, Mantashe and business on the power crisis

It’s costing the economy billions, and individuals their livelihoods. In the face of prolonged government inaction, voters are out of patience ...

Zondo: What must happen now

What do you get if your cross a crooked president, the Gupta brothers and a corrupted ruling party? Hopefully, 20 years to life …

SA’s principals on making education work

There’s no easy, quick fix for SA’s ailing public education system. But there are interventions that can be made - starting with putting the right people in ...

New schooling model offers hope

Small-town SA has become an educational wasteland, littered with failing public schools. But a new breed of technical high school, founded on community and ...

SA’s missing doctors

SA has a severe shortage of doctors and specialists for its growing population. While emigration plays a role, the bigger issue is that the country is not ...

Greenwashed: How marketing departments hijacked ESG

Environmental, social and governance concerns have become the buzzwords of investment. But how many banks and fund managers are simply paying lip service to ...

Rescuing ESG from ideology

The conversation about ESG shouldn’t be limited to the global wealth funds responsible for capital allocation. This should be a direct debate between business ...

Is a long-term bet on the stock market always a sure thing?

Technology has been largely behind the extraordinary returns on markets in recent decades — but there are reasons to suspect this stellar run may be near an end

Beware the bear market

This has been a brutal year for stock markets, with the US down 18% so far. But even amid jitters over global inflation, there are still assets that SA ...

The people SA shouldn't have let go...

SA has lost loads of talent to international markets over the years. It has cost the country, both economically and when it comes to innovation. But it’s not ...