SIPHO PITYANA: Gupta colonialism

Within a short time, a family of foreign traders has gone from running a computer dealership to running our country

GHALEB CACHALIA: Let all views be heard

If we react to Zille’s tweets with immediate outrage, we do ourselves, and the country we are trying to build, no favours

Trevor Manuel on Kathrada's legacy

The passing of Ahmed Kathrada means SA bids farewell to a man who was revered by all, irrespective of political allegiance

SEÁN MULLER: Is Sars right on the money?

Revenue collection affects the stability of public finances and service delivery, so it is important to know whether claims made about it are correct

SANDILE MEMELA: Sars isn’t paranoid

Sections of the media seem to have a mischievous tendency to cast aspersions on the character of the tax-collection organisation

ON MY MIND: Standoff puts future of BEE at stake

The standoff over the ‘once empowered, always empowered’ principle puts the future of black economic empowerment at stake