The JSE says recent events have highlighted the need for it to review its responsibilities and strengthen its rules on listings
It appears that Nigerian domestic politicking could be behind the Nigerian raids on MTN and Standard Bank
The contraction in the country’s accounts is being felt in a very visceral sense on the streets
The upheavals in municipalities show the fragility of political coalitions
The ANC is paying the price for having lost its way and, in the process, the support of critical constituencies
News that SA has rejected nuclear capacity in favour of cleaner energy is a welcome symbolic line that has been drawn under the Zuma years
The demise of the ANN7 television channel serves to show that nothing premised on the deceit of millions can last forever
President Cyril Ramaphosa’s government is determined to expose corruption. But is it equally determined to punish it?
The Shaun Abrahams ruling has now led SA’s highest court to change the law to protect the prosecutions authority from a worst-case president
You’d think, by now, an edict would have gone out on a blue letterhead banning its politicians from Twitter
Why does Ramaphosa, a respected businessman, support a proposal that could be ruinous to property values, investor confidence and food security?
Could he be the albatross to President Cyril Ramaphosa, in the same way Jacob Zuma was to Thabo Mbeki?
Why has there not been a single arrest, let alone a prosecution, with regard to this blatant theft?
The surge in unemployment to 27.2% in the second quarter from 26.7%, and the shedding of another 90,000 jobs, is a national emergency
Gauteng premier David Makhura’s commitment to scrap e-tolls is official confirmation that the tax on motorists is dead in the water
The hard task will be to eradicate the culture of impunity
The World Bank has decried the gross inefficiency at our power utility, which it believes is 66% overstaffed