How the coronavirus is killing SA’s economy, one small business at a time

What happens when a country stops? SA will find out on Friday, when its three-week lockdown begins. Time will tell whether South Africans obey grimly like the ...

Mark Cutifani: Leaving his mark at Anglo

How Anglo American CEO Mark Cutifani got SA’s most iconic mining firm back on its feet

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Behind the worldwide coronavirus fallout

From sanitisers made at home or in prisons, to devastating drops in car sales and travel numbers as well as supply-chain disruptions, the knock-on effects of ...

Market rout: Too late to panic?

This week, SA investors woke up to a coronavirus-inspired bloodbath on financial markets, as panic selling prompted a global flight to safe-haven assets such ...

How your pension, your business and SA’s economy are being infected by Covid-19

Global growth is taking an almighty hit from the coronavirus outbreak, as stock markets crash. SA, with its weak fundamentals and lack of policy space, is more ...

Coronavirus: The problem with the messaging

While some companies clearly get the importance of acting proactively to address the risk of the coronavirus for staff and customers, others seem to be ...

Why Sars is battling: the economy, emigration and enemies within

Edward Kieswetter is resolute about rooting out the rot at SA’s tax authority. But restoring faith in Sars also depends on factors outside his immediate ...

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Should Rebosis merge with Delta?

One of the options open to Rebosis CEO Sisa Ngebulana is a tie-up with Delta Property Fund

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The cracks in Sisa Ngebulana’s property empire

The decision to buy into UK malls, before Brexit raised its head, turned out to be unfortunate

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EXCLUSIVE: Chris Griffith on why the platinum boom isn’t over yet

Amplats CEO is bowing out at a time the platinum group metals sector is on an astonishing rally. Is he getting out at the top?

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Why Zondo must summon banks, lawyers and consultants to answer for enabling state capture

Why Zondo must shift focus to the private sector if at least some of the billions stolen in state capture are to be recovered, and if transgressors are to be ...

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The ANC’s dirty dance with your pension

With government finances in such a mess, the easiest way to plug the hole might be to force you to use your pension fund money to bail out state-owned ...

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André de Ruyter will have to play it smart with labour

Labour analyst Mamokgethi Molopyane says André de Ruyter is stepping into a minefield

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Inside André de Ruyter’s plan to stop Eskom destroying SA

André de Ruyter has landed himself SA’s worst job – CEO of Eskom. With the economy hanging by a thread and the minister who appointed him under fire, is there ...

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Inside Mitch Slape’s plan to get Massmart’s game back

The fact that Walmart has sent someone so senior to SA shows its commitment to turn Massmart around. But is this the last throw of the dice?

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Dion: Shutting up shop after 50 years?

The Dion brand, which marks its half-century this year and was once one of SA’s leading retail brands, looks likely to evaporate, largely due to the consumer ...

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