ROB ROSE: The Tigon problem

A fraud case that has been dragging on for 16 years has deep implications for any prosecution at Steinhoff

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SIKONATHI MANTSHANTSHA: Never trust a politician

Look around SA and see who is enjoying the trappings of power while the people have no means to support themselves

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CARMEL RICKARD: Railway Safety Regulator head’s court bid derailed

A ‘meritless’ legal application by the head of the Railway Safety Regulator highlights the danger of short-circuiting workplace grievance procedure

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ZEENAT MOORAD: Welcome to The Baby-Sitters Club

Tesla’s new board chair Robyn Denholm is meant to serve as a counterbalance to wacky CEO Elon Musk

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JAMIE CARR: Tongaat Hulett’s porridge-like income streams

The venerable agriculture and agri-processing company has been given a pretty comprehensive caning by the market of late

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FRED KHUMALO: How public schools could be governed

Jeppe is one of those schools that should be replicated to show how public schools could be governed and lay foundations for an inclusive SA

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TOBY SHAPSHAK: The ugliness of the world wide web

Troll target Hillary Clinton and her husband, Bill, were well qualified to warn us about the downside of the internet

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MARC HASENFUSS: In a sweet spot

Any punters who snapped up ISA shares in 2008 at 23c are undoubtedly happy campers

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STEPHEN CRANSTON: A culture change

The investment heroes of today are no longer the glamorous stock-picking geniuses

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PETER BRUCE: Protect us from yourself public protector

That’s how the Zupta machine rolls, planting little bombs all over the place. The new moves against Gordhan are a mere distraction

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JAMIE CARR: Denel shooting itself in the foot

Denel has plunged to a loss of R1.7bn that may not match SAA’s more spectacular years but certainly suggests the company has promise

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ANN CROTTY: The phone just stopped ringing at Telkom

Things won’t improve until Telkom’s well-paid executives learn how to operate without a monopoly

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CARMEL RICKARD: Transnet’s fraught workwear rules

Court rules against Transnet’s ban on employees wearing Numsa T-shirts to work — and sets aside any pending disciplinary actions based on the ban

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EDITORIAL: Rotten Gigaba long past his sell-by date

The Constitutional Court has all but certified Gigaba as a liar who cannot be allowed anywhere near a position of trust

ROB ROSE: Adrian Gore’s call to arms

For those despairing over land expropriation, unemployment and corruption, the Discovery CEO’s speech last week was just the tonic

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JUSTICE MALALA: Trump’s fact-free election diet

The conduct of the US midterm elections will be a template for SA in 2019 and for many other countries

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