SIKONATHI MANTSHANTSHA: Saxonwold shebeenomics

Instead of being wasted on the dens of corruption that our state-owned companies have become, this gold, can be put to better use to pull the nation out of the ...

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JUSTICE MALALA: There is a word for this sort of behaviour: spineless

J’Something’s new restaurant — like the SACP — could use a bit of consistency

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ANN CROTTY: Our hopes have been dashed

Are most of our large fund managers captured?

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EDITORIAL: An obvious bluff from SACP

Don’t be fooled: the threat to break away from its alliance partner, the ANC, is no more than a gambit to sway the race to succeed Jacob Zuma as president

EDITORIAL: Why Bathabile Dlamini is the real risk to SA

She holds perhaps the most pivotal position in SA when it comes to protecting the country’s most disenfranchised citizens

JAMIE CARR: Outlook for butter price remains firm

Meanwhile, SA’s economy looks as if it’s coming to the end of 12 rounds with Mike Tyson in his early days

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MARC HASENFUSS: Sygnia’s and Advanced Health’s strange timing

Why didn’t Sygnia and Advanced not take the opportunity to raise fresh capital when sentiment was more buoyant?

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STEPHEN CRANSTON: Serving a larger purpose

Forbes staff used to have endless theological debates on the subject of ‘higher purpose’

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ANN CROTTY: SA keeps on keeping on

It surprises me how normal things are. The truth is that so many South Africans defy our leaders by just doing our jobs

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SIKONATHI MANTSHANTSHA: Former freedom fighters have sold SA to new 'colonialists'

Supposed servants of the people have effected their masters’ ambitious agenda of robbing generations of South Africans of current and future prosperity.

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CARMEL RICKARD: Unexpected justice for one man fighting banking Goliath

A case in North West proves that sometimes urban legends are real, and that ordinary people can get justice

PETER BRUCE: Don’t be cowed by Zuma

Dlamini-Zuma's pitch on just about every subject imaginable is identical to her ex-husband's

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ROB ROSE: How the Guptas hoodwinked the IDC

The state funder, which is meant to lend to companies to create jobs and spur entrepreneurship, will take a R90m hit on its Oakbay investment

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ZEENAT MOORAD: The publishing plot thickens

The latest buzz about the global book publishing world

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JUSTICE MALALA: After the party

The fare on offer at the ANC’s recent policy conference was about as inspired as the event — and the organisation — itself

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