What are the UDM's policies? Perhaps it would be good to ask whether the party could come up with something concrete
Promisers, promises, promises – that’s all we get from politicians and government officials before they head off to a gala dinner somewhere
Financial advisers should be more concerned with managing the behaviour of their clients than selecting the best fund
It seems no extraordinary step: there was a British warrant for Julian Assange’s arrest
Renewables plants built now will produce energy at half the expected cost of power generated from Medupi and Kusile
While it’s tempting to imagine a world without plastic as some sort of environmental utopia, plastic in consumer goods uses four times less energy than ...
A governing coalition with the EFF would be the end of SA as we know it. If this happens, I won’t be the only one to sell my entire investment in the country
The next election — in 2024 — will result in a seismic shift: the formation of a new government under the EFF’s Julius Malema, who will become the sixth ...
At what price do we continue living in SA? I used to be a positive South African. Now I’ve realised: who am I kidding?
It’s no wonder SA is said to be the most unequal society on earth
We’ve long resigned ourselves to the fact that such is the way of the road in SA
At such a critical time, it seems grossly negligent to even consider selling substantial electricity to Hillside to refine a commodity that is imported
Things have gone from bad to worse, which raises questions about the calibre of Eskom’s ‘war room’ and its understanding of this industry
The Hawks and the NPA constitute twin structures that have not been — and will never be — fit for countering grand corruption, state capture and kleptocracy in ...
I read of illicit tobacco sales, rampant corruption and complete inefficiency, and wonder why Sars sees me as a criminal
Wouldn’t it be nice to judge the successes of the ‘superhero’ CEOs, by how the companies’ share prices fare in the years following their departure?
My own experience of the self-payment gap and the co-payment is that they are used as mechanisms to reduce medical aid cover, to the detriment of members