EDITORIAL: The new green energy

Wild rush for new-age pharmaceutical shares show that expectations are, well, high

EDITORIAL: Now to tighten the cabinet’s nuts and bolts

It’s time to put the country ahead of narrow party political interests and point-scoring

EDITORIAL: Taxing lessons in offshore structures

Coronation Fund Managers successfully stared down Sars last week

EDITORIAL: Brait sweats the assets at Virgin Active

How realistic is the value the investment company accords to the unlisted gym group?

EDITORIAL: JSE cracks whip

How is it remotely possible that companies are not able to deliver audited financial statements timeously?

EDITORIAL: Markets rally to GNU dawn

Investors gave an early thumbs-up to the emerging power-sharing agreement between the ANC, DA and others

EDITORIAL: MK Party’s futile foot-stamping

Zuma’s attempt to use Stalingrad-style tactics to stymie the parliamentary process appears to be all noise and no substance

EDITORIAL: Chickens coming home to boost the JSE?

Rainbow cockcrow could herald a new dawn for the bourse

EDITORIAL: EOH rings the changes

Fundamental shifts in the makeup of the board may signal structural adjustments and a further scaling down of costs

EDITORIAL: ANC’s head must rule its heart

The prospect of collaborating with the DA might nauseate many in the liberation movement, but it’s the obvious sane option

EDITORIAL: Pick n Pay shows fatal flaws of a family business

The Pick n Pay brand has lost much of its lustre — but the Ackerman family still believe their shareholding is key to the retailer’s fortunes

EDITORIAL: An election of hope

Dissatisfaction with the ANC’s stagnant status quo appears to have reached a tipping point 30 years after 1994

EDITORIAL: A welcome bid to inject justice into a brutal war

The ICC prosecutor’s application for arrest warrants must be welcomed as a necessary step to punish those who have waged war with impunity

EDITORIAL: Don’t discount the nuggets of hope in mining

South Africa has been placed low in a worldwide ranking of mining companies, but there are some positives still

EDITORIAL: Will the new-look Anglo be appealing enough?

The market responded cautiously when the proposed restructuring at Anglo was announced

EDITORIAL: NHI — a Grimm fairy tale

The National Health Insurance Bill, signed into law on the eve of the election, will need absurd tax increases and won’t result in better care