×

We've got news for you.

Register on BusinessLIVE at no cost to receive newsletters, read exclusive articles & more.
Register now
A good week for Imtiaz Sooliman

Whenever there is a disaster, here or elsewhere in the world, you can rely on Imtiaz Sooliman popping up to help

A bad week for Jacob Zuma

Is there no barrel bottom serial victim and former president Jacob Zuma won’t scrape in his bid to stay out of jail?

A bad week for Mamodupi Mohlala

Mamodupi Mohlala is never far from an unseemly public fallout

A bad week for Nhlanhla ‘Lux’ Dlamini

This country is not short of play-play soldiers. The latest recruit is Nhlanhla 'Lux' Dlamini

A bad week for Transnet CEO Portia Derby

To hear Transnet CEO Portia Derby tell it, the rail and ports operator’s performance has been simply "suboptimal" of late, but it’s still razor sharp on its ...

A bad week for Dali Mpofu

He’s about as divisive a character as they come, so there is some schadenfreude in Dali Mpofu’s comeuppance

A bad week for Panyaza Lesufi

Oh, Panyaza Lesufi, where would you be without some racist witch-hunt to call your own?

A bad week for ANC’s Cameron Dugmore

He appears far less enthusiastic to acknowledge that an unprovoked, illegal invasion of a sovereign state isn’t anywhere in the UN handbook of good relations

A bad week for Fikile Mbalula

The transport minister is having a torrid week: the Road Accident Fund has been caught hiding debt of R300bn; Prasa is a diabolical shambles, and now the ...

A bad week for Zweli Mkhize

R5.9m which originated at the Unemployment Insurance Fund, made its way into a trust account for an upmarket trust bought by Mkhize’s trust

A bad week for Julius Malema

Malema’s verbal spew — from his xenophobia to his racism to his disregard for the institutions that keep societies functioning — is poisoning SA’s civic ...

A bad week for Peter Moyo

Moyo won’t be taking the R230m in damages he’d claimed, or getting his job back

A bad week for Poppy Khoza

This week's report by the Aircraft Accident Investigation Bureau is a damning indictment of the failings of the SA Civil Aviation Authority — and its CEO, ...

A bad week for Lindiwe Sisulu

The breathtaking shoddiness of Lindiwe Sisulu's writing should serve as a salutary warning to every politician and CEO

A bad week for Patricia de Lille

Patricia de Lille indulged in some bald-faced fibbing last week when she declared parliament’s sprinkler system “fully functional”

A good week for Shoprite’s Pieter Engelbrecht

Former Shoprite chair Christo Wiese has taken a R414m bet on the company by buying up a chunk of risky single stock futures