JUSTICE MALALA: The recurring Trump nightmare

Anyone who thought he couldn’t possibly serve a second term is about to be proved wrong

TRACEY DAVIES: Ditch this dangerous mindset

Many affluent South Africans believe anyone with a job is lucky to have one. But such an attitude damages our chances of creating a more just and equitable ...

EDITORIAL: Ramaphosa must cut to the chase

The time for talk is over and the GNU needs to make urgent and decisive moves to prove its mettle

CHRIS ROPER: Fresh ways of getting that news fix

A recent spat on X highlights the difference between the traditional way in which news is presented and received, and the preferences of a next-gen audience

JAMIE CARR: Pharmageddon in the US

America’s biggest retail pharmacy groups are shrinking faster than Joe Biden’s cognitive abilities

FM Top Analyst Awards to be reviewed

Due to some calculation errors, results will be reviewed. The amended results will be published online

LETTER: Ntshavheni showed both arrogance and ignorance

The minister in the presidency appears not to understand the way democracy works

LETTER: A republic of headbangers

South Africans are like the man who banged his head against a wall so he could enjoy the relief when he stopped

MARC HASENFUSS: Banking on Bidvest’s reliable sweet spot

In the wake of the Citron acquisition we may see more of these smart little bolt-on buys, recalling the days when Brian Joffe was making the deals

CHRIS ROPER: Our freedom, but at your expense

The recently formed Afrikaner Foundation appears to come straight out of the pyramid scheme playbook

DUNCAN McLEOD: A bad signal at Sentech

The new communications minister has an urgent job: to save an ailing SABC offshoot

THE FINANCE GHOST: Capital allocation matters

The beauty of a strong balance sheet is that there’s no rush to sell underperforming assets

SHIRLEY DE VILLIERS: Gauteng’s clown-in-chief

Panyaza Lesufi is apparently scared of the DA’s success — so the province must fail

EDITORIAL: Over to you, parliament

Now that the dust has settled on the GNU, it’s time for the engine room of democracy to get to work — South Africa needs accountability and oversight from the ...

EDITORIAL: Singing the small bank blues

As Bidvest Bank bows out, speculation begins regarding possible buyers