GIULIETTA TALEVI: Did you say a R51bn scam?

Durban-based outfit called Africrypt, run by two barely 20-something brothers, is one of the most brazen scams in SA history and, if the numbers are correct, ...

EDITORIAL: Dose of reality needed on SAA

While there are legitimate questions to be asked, only the economically ignorant would see a R300bn asset in SAA, considering that all it has done is suck the ...

NATASHA MARRIAN: Zero in on smaller players to nail the big guns

Refiloe Mokoena has apparently not been called to appear before the Zondo commission, yet the VAT refund saga is a major demonstration of the extent of the ...

JUSTICE MALALA: Xenophobic eruption loading in SA

The warning signs are flashing: SA is in danger of breaking out into the sort of violence against foreigners we saw in 2008 and 2019

NICKY NEWTON-KING: The Jabu Mabuza I knew

From his days as taxi driver to corporate heavyweight, his leadership was on full display in the fight against state capture

CARMEL RICKARD: Child abusers prevail

Diplomatic immunity trumps even the rights of children to safety, two recent judgments in the UK suggest

JAMIE CARR: Emirates Group battles to stay in the air

In times like these it helps to have a rich parent, and the Dubai government hasn’t been shy to provide cash

TOBY SHAPSHAK: A minimum of tax justice for Big Tech

A global minimum tax came a step closer at the G7 summit, where it was called ‘fit for the global digital age’. Let’s hope so

DELPHINE GOVENDER: Standing up to Goliath

In an unprecedented move, 36 investment managers recently co-signed a letter addressed to the Naspers and Prosus nonexecutive directors

MARC HASENFUSS: High-stakes food delivery

While food delivery seems a fair racket, it has always seemed a rather strange taste for Prosus to acquire

STEPHEN CRANSTON: Will these two marry?

Slowly but surely, Alexander Forbes is moving back into the Sanlam fold

ADÈLE SULCAS: Turning the tide on Covid crisis

The mRNA hub is no silver bullet for the Covid crisis. But it’s an important first step in changing the terms of engagement between the global north and south ...

EDITORIAL: Politicians fiddle as Gauteng burns

As hard as our doctors try to fight the blaze, the province’s politicians continue to hobble them

SARAH BUITENDACH: Nine of SA’s top chefs dish on their comfort food

Be it pilchard pie, with a strawberry Steri Stumpi, no-one can judge your comfort food choices. Here, the country’s best chefs reveal what causes their ...

ROB ROSE: The hypocrisy of Malema’s ‘march to save lives’

The EFF leader’s proclivity to intimidate and bully has never led to consequences – but this time, his opportunistic shape-shifting could cost lives

SHIRLEY DE VILLIERS: The cash-strapped ANC decouples from logic

It’s deeply disturbing that a party that cannot manage its cashflow, has at its hands the levers – and coffers – of an entire state