NATASHA MARRIAN: Like father, like son

Duduzane Zuma’s appearance before the Zondo commission echoed that of his father — the lies, the obfuscation and the laments about victimhood

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EDITORIAL: The Peter Moyo legacy

Once the dust settles, the damage is likely to be seen in nominations committees across the country’s boardrooms

SIKONATHI MANTSHANTSHA: Truth without consequences

The Zondo commission is becoming a tiring, hugely expensive gossip session, seemingly with no clear end in sight

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JUSTICE MALALA: New dawn too bright for some

Zuma gave the DA and EFF plenty of political fodder, but since Ramaphosa took over they have been stumbling in confusion

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ANN CROTTY: Moyo’s legal team set for corporate history

A public battle over the right to be paid R250m would yield useful insights

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KGALEMA MOTLANTHE: Many minds, and a single focus

The Kgalema Motlanthe Foundation is bringing together leading figures to find ways of fixing local government in SA

JAMIE CARR: Adcorp let-down amid low demand

While the performance was disappointing for shareholders in particular, the commentary makes for alarming reading for anybody exposed to the SA economy in ...

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STEPHEN CRANSTON: Black-controlled private equity’s moment

The 15 black-controlled private equity houses manage R15.2bn. This might look tiny against the R564bn in public markets, but it is a 9% share of the private ...

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MARC HASENFUSS: Cheeky offers for the win at Adrenna

Opportunistic directors and major shareholders at property group Adrenna will be paying minority shareholders about R26m for their share of assets worth at ...

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CARMEL RICKARD: A new kind of corporate responsibility?

International companies have voiced concerns over immigration policies that discriminate against same-sex couples in Hong Kong

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TOBY SHAPSHAK: Facebook picks the wrong battle

Unguarded comments by Mark Zuckerberg reveal he’s ready to “fight” US government attempts to break up Facebook

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FRED KHUMALO: Hitting the road

As I begin to drift to sleep, soggy sarmy in hand, a demon appears and says: ‘Why in the hell are you walking, you’ve already written the book?’

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LETTER: Unions will become redundant

Unions are inflexible and fail to understand the technology that is changing the face of commerce and industry

PETER BRUCE: Helen Zille, history, revenge and Selfe interest

If Zille wins next week she and Maimane would, in theory, co-lead the DA into the next election cycle. It won’t end well

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EDITORIAL: Blow to NHI — but is anyone listening?

The public sector health system, which the government controls, is decrepit and imploding. Yet, under NHI, we’d supposedly entrust the whole shebang to that ...

ROB ROSE: The power of the number

The ire over Woolies CEO Ian Moir’s package shows that it’s not just about percentages — directors need to consider the quantum

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