ROB ROSE: The quest to quit Telkom

CEO Sipho Maseko will leave Telkom next June, but his is a tenure that provides a blueprint for how state companies could be run

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JUSTICE MALALA: Actually, SA has a KZN problem

KwaZulu-Natal was once a lawless place. Ethnic mobilisation under way in the province threatens to take it back there

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EDITORIAL: Why Moseneke was wrong about postponing the election

Democracy has many ingredients and requires many safeguards, but the greatest of these is the vote

NATASHA MARRIAN: Behind the state’s wage deal

A number of ministers, including Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma, argued in favour of the 1.5% increase, even as finance minister Tito Mboweni resisted any wage hikes ...

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TOBY SHAPSHAK: Pegasus exposes how countries spy

President Cyril Ramaphosa is one of many world leaders and others whose phones may have been used for snooping

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CARMEL RICKARD: SA’s poll predicament

SA would do well to consider the advisory opinion of Africa’s premier regional court on the issue of postponing elections

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JAMIE CARR: Vodacom in profitable close contact

Vodacom’s trading update shows the strength of what has become one of the continent’s highest-quality operations

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MARC HASENFUSS: Cash flush? Cash in!

AME, with a market capitalisation of just over R200m (and R72m in the bank), must be a candidate for a minority offer

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STEPHEN CRANSTON: Right job, wrong people

It is difficult to understand the customer without specialist industry knowledge

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MARTYN DAVIES: Understand this about geopolitical tensions

In the wake of Covid, the international business environment is likely to be increasingly complex. Companies would do well to take heed ...

SARAH BUITENDACH: Big on Japan

Sure, it’s a year later than planned and sans spectators, but it’s a delicious distraction from the real world

SAM MKOKELI: Muddled Mantashe wallows in energy confusion

Can Mantashe extricate himself from the false dichotomy of coal-versus-renewables?

DAVID FURLONGER: Luxury allure lingers on, even if it’s for second-hand vehicles

Car-buying habits may have changed but not the desire behind it, says a report

SARAH BUITENDACH: Going to war for a mall? Hell yeah!

In many places communities came out to protect their shopping centres from looters last week. Why do they feel so strongly about their retail environment?

ROB ROSE: Disbelief, anxiety rattle business

Investec CEO Fani Titi says many in the ANC still see business as the enemy. This hostility has to stop, since it is local investors that will have to lead the ...

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EDITORIAL: Only voters can change broken cities

What local government really needs is a tough new breed of political and administrative managers capable of making unpopular decisions, such as freezing ...