SA has a president who is more popular now than he was in January 2018
Should protesters be comforted by the long-term picture of development?
What to make of Steinhoff Africa Retail’s R45m listing bill in the context of its R5m fine?
We now have a communist minister batting for a mining company
Not even Adam Smith saw much of a productive role for finance firms
Adrian Gore is preaching optimism, but not everyone’s a convert
Things won’t improve until Telkom’s well-paid executives learn how to operate without a monopoly
The JSE should look for inspiration in the Accountable Capitalism Act
It’s chilling to think where we might be without an active civil society
Are auditors now being watched so closely that there is absolutely no tolerance for even a sliver of slack?
Disclosing pay differentials will do nothing to narrow rapidly widening gap
Justice would be served if some of its executives suffered consequences
The financial sector is not run for the community it supposedly serves
Bain & Co and Bain Capital — each of them the bane of corporate SA
Accounting and auditing are art forms that may be lacking in precision
The parliamentary hearings into the Steinhoff scandal show little promise
Like the church, our economic institutions also face a crisis of faith