It is the weakness of SA’s tax administration that caused the problem, and only addressing that weakness will help recover the tax losses.
According to Gareth van Onselen, the FNF was reckless and thoughtless for handing the award to Maimane
Apart from being the world’s fifth-largest economy and a G7 member, the UK is doing remarkably well economically
He will be remembered for his meticulous attention to detail in his stories, and his insistence on getting to know executives
South Africa simply cannot afford to ignore the fundamental shifts required in how investment and growth are viewed — and implemented
Your excellent issue draws much attention to the reputational risk experienced by many corporates and individuals in SA
Those officials flouting treasury regulations need to be held personally liable — then we can expect a favourable turn of events
Expropriation of land without compensation would suggest to potential investors that the risks of investing in fixed assets in SA are unacceptable
The recommendations of the World Bank are the definition of insanity
We deny allegations that paint Tebogo Brian van Wyk as the mastermind behind alleged multimillion-rand corruption in the reopening of the Pilanesberg airport
Aside from its focus on consumer goodies, the technical quality of its health services is appalling
Given the scale of funding needed, the consequences for the agricultural sector of its financiers withdrawing would be dire and entirely predictable
How could a publication such as the Financial Mail, promoting probity, condone any kind of corrupt dealings?
How pathetic. The DA had the ideal opportunity to seize the moment and show that it can govern with clean and statesmanlike leadership
Perhaps we should nationalise the local assets of those found with their hands in the cookie jar