PETER BRUCE: Cyril Ramaphosa and Theresa May – leaders but not believers

Ramaphosa may not be facing the same levels of rebellion as May but that may be because he has held his party together by not instituting any serious policy ...

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PETER BRUCE: How insourcing tells our unyielding story

Outsourcing is the only way of putting flesh on the bones of the small business evolution but it must be done correctly

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PETER BRUCE: SuperSport rugby tries my patience

Everyone is trying so hard to be positive, even in defeat, that I sometimes feel I’m watching a different game

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PETER BRUCE: Brexit will pop the British bubble

It’s an insane idea that Britain should withdraw from the European Union, the richest trading bloc in the world

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PETER BRUCE: We’ll all feel the fallout from World War Trump

The Donald alienates everyone: from immigrants to Allies

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PETER BRUCE: S&P’s rational ratings call

But if the mood swings against emerging markets it’ll make it even harder to progress against the ratings agencies

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PETER BRUCE: Surprise, surprise Shivambu shows his sensible side

In a significant shift in the EFF’s approach to economic policy, its deputy leader has been punting the creation of a Sovereign Wealth Fund

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PETER BRUCE: North West: a symptom of poor thinking on federalism

The crisis in North West is proof that outdated federalism does not work. Provinces just get in the way

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PETER BRUCE: The wrong sort of forum

AfriForum should do what it asks others to do and put itself in the other man’s shoes. Conspiring with foreign supporters only makes the job of fixing SA harder

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PETER BRUCE: How Winnie has lightened our load

Complexity is the enemy of the new ‘identity politics’ that seems to have taken a grip of the whole millennial generation

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PETER BRUCE: I’ve discovered the benefits of the Vitality plan

If you are already on Discovery's Vitality scheme you could be getting much more out than you do now

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PETER BRUCE: A hat-trick of cheaters

Rubbed up the wrong way by the Aussies, Zuma and Trump

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PETER BRUCE: Neanderthals and the politics of identity

Identity politics will one day self-implode or, more likely, be imploded

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PETER BRUCE: Cyril’s New Dawn a slow riser

Sadly, the people in charge of Sars, the Hawks and the NPA are anything but

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PETER BRUCE: Land expropriation, a reason to panic

The ANC is being rushed into taking radical steps because it keeps getting outmanoeuvred by the EFF

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PETER BRUCE: The reshuffle: Cyril gets it half right

There’s method to Ramaphosa’s madness, even if the cabinet he announced isn’t nearly as good as it could have been

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