EDITORIAL: Is this Kingon’s time?

Mark Kingon, acting commissioner of Sars has acted swiftly and imaginatively to repair some of the damage. Why not confirm him now?

EDITORIAL: Political will needed to fight fires

Cape Town’s long history of fighting fires has not equipped the city to deal with blazes that have become a routine feature in informal settlements

EDITORIAL: How far must JSE fall before bottoming out?

At just above 52,000 this week, the JSE all share index is down 15% since January

EDITORIAL: Cyril’s hesitancy speaks volumes

Why did President Cyril Ramaphosa feel he needed a panel to help him appoint a new NDPP to succeed Shaun Abrahams?

EDITORIAL: Gigaba is blind to tourism riches

Why does home affairs minister Malusi Gigaba insist on remaining blind to the huge economic potential of tourism?

EDITORIAL: Tragedy of a good man’s downfall

The toxic touch of the Guptas led to compromising at least one good man, leading to his fall

EDITORIAL: Who is behind these sustained, flagrant and widespread attacks?

Why do people who experience poor service delivery resort to violence that further undermines that service?

EDITORIAL: Inside Tom Moyane’s mind

In Moyane’s postcards from the edge, he is the victim of a giant conspiracy in which he is being unfairly targeted despite his success

EDITORIAL: Why Ramaphosa’s plan falls short

It would be hopelessly naive to think that 10 ad hoc measures will set SA on a new growth trajectory

EDITORIAL: Chaos on the Wild Coast

Sham ‘consultation’ visit to the Wild Coast by mineral resources minister Gwede Mantashe shows key sectors of government still have a lot to learn

EDITORIAL: Naspers flips the switch

As welcome as any measure is to realise value for investors, there may be other factors that forced Naspers’s hand

EDITORIAL: Inside the JSE’s plan to restore trust

The JSE says recent events have highlighted the need for it to review its responsibilities and strengthen its rules on listings

EDITORIAL: Nigeria’s desperate strong-arm tactics

It appears that Nigerian domestic politicking could be behind the Nigerian raids on MTN and Standard Bank

EDITORIAL: Meokgo Matuba is a thug and liar

The ANC Women’s League already has Bathabile Dlamini as its president. To save the last vestiges of its credibility, it can’t keep Matuba too

EDITORIAL: Mob violence shows up state’s failures

The contraction in the country’s accounts is being felt in a very visceral sense on the streets

EDITORIAL: It’s all about power in political coalitions

The upheavals in municipalities show the fragility of political coalitions