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EDITORIAL: Supreme court slowcoach

Should justices of the constitutional court be decisive and quick on their feet?

EBRAHIM HARVEY: Was this ‘anarchy’ not created by the ANC?

Former president Kgalema Motlanthe laments the lawlessness of SA, but is curiously blind to the systemic causes and governance failures that underscore the ...

CHRIS ROPER: Getting to grips with cancel culture

As we try to make sense of the increasingly fractured world around us, the trick is to learn from the hurt of the past — not to be trapped by it

ANN CROTTY: The eco threat of inequality

Prince Harry’s Travalyst initiative may be well meaning, but it won’t dent the carbon emissions of the world’s wealthiest

DEON GOUWS: When you invest, be more like Alfie

Deon Gouws's dog may hold some valuable lessons for jittery investors during the current market rout

THE FINANCE GHOST: Mondi vs Sappi. Which to buy?

Mondi and Sappi, in particular, have been disappointing performers in recent years. At this point in the cycle though, times are good

MARC HASENFUSS: Game, set and match, Ascendis style

It remains to be seen if the minority investors are the winners in Ascendis’s torturous boardroom tennis match

CARMEL RICKARD: Making common cause

Judges from across Africa had a rare opportunity last week to hear what litigants and counsel should be able to expect from the bench in cases involving human ...

SANISHA PACKIRISAMY: Can a stitch in time avoid a recession?

Can the Fed prevent an inflation-induced slowdown? The answer is: maybe

TOBY SHAPSHAK: Suddenly, Musk’s Twitter bid was on hold over a spam problem

In just two days, the Tesla CEO cast doubt on fake accounts and its algorithm — seemingly to drive down the purchase price

JUSTICE MALALA: Mthethwa’s R22m flagpole defines SA's low standards

If we build a R22m flagpole, we might not know if there will be wind to flap it, or whether it will adhere to proper building standards

EDITORIAL: An unprotectable rail and power network

The democratic state’s security forces are meek and toothless. And the consequence is that SA’s economic backbone is now unprotectable

JAMIE CARR: Softbank’s big deal loses its swagger

Last week Softbank founder Masayoshi Son announced that Softbank’s Vision Fund had lost $27bn in the year

LETTER: Steenhuisen’s Ukraine trip showed foresight

Chris Roper’s column about DA leader John Steenhuisen’s trip to Ukraine was neither funny nor appropriate

LETTER: SA left in the dark

Now that we are well and truly into the regular SA thing called load-shedding, allow me to question the rationale behind the load-shedding schedule

LETTER: Don’t shoot the messenger

Journalists continue to pay the price for speaking truth to power