JUSTICE MALALA: We are becoming Zimbabweans

We have a crisis. Millions of unemployed young people on the streets is a recipe for explosion

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THULI MADONSELA: Our story is at a crossroads

Cyril Ramaphosa, a co-architect of the constitution, is the ideal author to write our way out of an unhappy ending

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ANN CROTTY: PIC is an utterly depressing disappointment

So far absolutely nobody involved in the value destruction has been held to account

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JAMIE CARR: Richemont doing just fine at the top end

Its core businesses of jewellery and watches performed strongly, and the company looks set to continue to thrive

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CARMEL RICKARD: You need thick skin in the corporate world

You need to have a thick skin in the corporate world; being called ‘disruptive’ on a public platform, or your behaviour ‘regrettable’ is not beyond the pale

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STEPHEN CRANSTON: Consumers turn to banking ombud in their numbers

The ombudsman for banking services has been getting busier; its call centre fielded 26,970 calls in 2018, 58% more than in 2016

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TOBY SHAPSHAK: How WhatsApp spied on you

Two months after Zuckerberg shifted focus to privacy, a WhatsApp spyware scare shows up the company

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MARC HASENFUSS: Pickings could be richer at Richemont

The most encouraging news is that Yoox Net-a-Porter managed double-digit growth across all business lines and regions

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FRED KHUMALO: Nouvelle cuisine deficiency

Curiously, Afrikaners of Huguenot descent do not seem interested in their French heritage. I wonder why

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LETTER: Thuli walks the talk

It’s heartening to see a woman in a leadership position ‘rolling up her sleeves’ to help alleviate the struggles of our girls

LETTER: Unions, red tape hinder job creation

The rest of the world imports skills; SA exports them

LETTER: How employers can help

Our nanny of 25 years has just retired comfortably on the fruits of her retirement savings

ROB ROSE: 448-million reasons to pursue Markus Jooste

If anyone will ever set a precedent for clawing back bonuses, the retailer where the CEO magicked up R106bn in revenue over a decade is it

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MARC HASENFUSS: AdvTech: Another brick in the wall

AdvTech's new annual report betrays its determination to build sustainable growth platforms

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ANN CROTTY: The newer the democracy, the more outlandish the election promises

Election leaves voters with a greater sense of entitlement

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JAMIE CARR: Altron: the comeback share

While Hwange Colliery's recovery is a looong way off

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