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NATASHA MARRIAN: What the Bain case says about SA

Consultants aside, Moyane and Makwakwa, who together presided over the destruction of Sars, remain untouched

EDITORIAL: Mango not a lemon

Consortium ready to put airline back in the skies

ANN CROTTY: Investec’s R2.2m sets alarming precedent

Investec will pay millions to keep its executives safe, but it raises questions, not all of them about bodyguards

CHRIS ROPER: First they came for the foreigners …

SA is a standout — in Africa at least — when it comes to the protection of LGBTQ+ rights. But as politics takes a harder turn to populism, will this become the ...

THE FINANCE GHOST: When investing in cars makes sense

Buying a humdrum city vehicle may be a bad investment, but shelling out for shares in the world’s top supercar companies isn’t

DUNCAN MCLEOD: Sentech gets a bad signal

The state-owned broadcasting body may soon face an existential reckoning as the high costs it charges and its monopoly upset some customers

TRACEY DAVIES: Zoning out the critics

Instead of welcoming public participation in the Musina-Makhado SEZ’s approvals process, officials have resisted transparency and vilified those demanding it

TOBY SHAPSHAK: A reckoning finally arrives for crypto scams

But it’s too late for those who lost everything by betting on what were sometimes Ponzi schemes

CARMEL RICKARD: Police fail in legal duty to protect

The Mthatha high court has dismissed police claims as ‘disingenuous’ and ‘outrageous’, finding instead that they were negligent in preventing horrific crimes ...

EDITORIAL: One year on, SA’s risk premium keeps climbing

Rather than ebbing, crime levels continue to rocket — which is making the country less investable

JUSTICE MALALA: Stuck in policy purgatory

How much attention should SA Inc really pay to the ruling party’s plans?

MARC HASENFUSS: You want quality? Pay up

What do AP Jones and Alviva have in common? Not much, other than the double unlikelihood of one listing and the other being bought out

PATRICE RASSOU: Dancing to the Fed’s tune

The Reserve Bank is in a policy arms race that was begun by the US Fed to fight rampant inflation. This is bad news in an economy yearning for growth

JAMIE CARR: Personalisations help boost Ferrari’s record profits

Personalisations help boost record profits as global sales accelerate

LETTER: Experience is important

It never fails to mystify why large organisations — in this case JSE-listed Raubex — persist in appointing industry rookies to head their teams

ANN CROTTY: Europe and the power of Russian gas

The shoe is now on the other foot for southern EU states, with winter approaching and war next door