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EDITORIAL: Weak unions risk plenty spurning Ramaphosa

Cosatu members might come to rue the way they treated the president at the Workers’ Day rally

EDITORIAL: SA stands with Busi Mavuso

Mavuso speaks for an entire country sick of blackouts, but even more infuriated by the ANC-led government’s 14-year mishandling of the power crisis

EDITORIAL: Magic money lessons for the ANC

If the economic populists in the ANC want a lesson in how ruinous foot-off-the-brake monetary policy can be, here’s a timely lesson from Sri Lanka

EDITORIAL: Trust Imtiaz, not our thieving officials

Once bitten, twice shy — well-wishers would rather send their KZN disaster relief to Gift of the Givers

EDITORIAL: Mantashe under fire as mining investment dives

The fact that SA is now among the 10 least attractive countries for mining investment underscores the story of squandered potential

EDITORIAL: The big cost of the Absa chaos

Former Absa CEO Daniel Mminele walked away with R62m for just 16 months’ work

EDITORIAL: Message to Ramaphosa — RET isn’t dead yet

The election of corruption accused Zandile Gumede throws down the gauntlet to the president over the 'step aside' rule

EDITORIAL: ANC gives SA the middle finger

ANC gives the middle finger to SA as its Mpumalanga arm elects murder accused Mandla Msibi as its treasurer-general

EDITORIAL: Does fuel tax drop show Godongwana is finally listening?

Our government has never met a tax it didn’t like —so the reduction in fuel taxes has come as a surprise

EDITORIAL: Transnet hobbles industry

Transnet has failed to deal with its own problems: ageing infrastructure, poor security and sheer bad management

EDITORIAL: Companies walk as Ramaphosa talks

The lack of available power is probably the single largest cap on SA’s growth

EDITORIAL: Putin fools Cyril

Ramaphosa is allowing himself to be played for a fool — again

EDITORIAL: After Mkhwebane, how about the rest?

Do we really have to wait for the Godot-like NPA? There are other ways, besides the courts, to hold people to account

EDITORIAL: Ramaphosa nails it with Zondo move

Having kept his hand secret for so long, he has played a major card

EDITORIAL: Truly a state in disaster

The cynics were right: SA’s leaders appear unable to voluntarily end the state of disaster

EDITORIAL: Putin’s idiot puppets

On this war, the ANC is stumbling from one faux pas to the next