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DEON GOUWS: In and out with a fistful of roubles

The British have a confused relationship with Russian oligarchs and their money. Will the UK elite  still crack an invite to the best shebeen in the Mayfair ...

ISHANI KHOOSAL-KALA: Will you still need me when I’m 64?

If 65 remains the retirement age for the foreseeable future, then you’d better make sure you do the heavy lifting for your savings early on

TRACEY DAVIES: Climate be damned when opportunity knocks

Thungela Resources and its shareholders are a sickening illustration of the corporate hypocrisy that provides such rich fodder for ESG sceptics

SANISHA PACKIRISAMY: Fuel levy drop a much-needed breather for struggling consumers

Enoch Godongwana's R1.50 cut to the fuel levy is a welcome reprieve, but SA needs a wider investigation into how petrol prices are made up

DAVID BUCKHAM: Crypto at a crossroads

The defenders of decentralised finance should wrestle with their conscience over Russia’s war

ANSIE RAMALHO: Corporate accountability is fraying

It would be folly to simply sit back and wait for legal processes to hold companies to account

ANDRE TUCK: Retiring as the party stops

Get your timing right — and cut your expenses if you want a plush retirement, writes 10X’s Andre Tuck

TRACEY DAVIES: Platitudes keep SA ‘most unequal’ in the world

Despite politicians’ promises, little has been done in SA to shift the structural barriers to equality

DAVID BUCKHAM: Monster inflation on the loose

It seems self-evident that persistent, out-of-control inflation is possible for years to come

JEREMY SAMPSON: How things have changed since Covid

Two years into the pandemic, it’s worth looking back, reflecting on how things have changed — and how far we’ve come

DAVID BUCKHAM: What the price of a luxury watch tells us about money supply

Never has the world been flooded with so much money, and yet never has the gap between the rich and the rest been wider

TRACEY DAVIES: Bain and the business of influence

Corporate lobbying will remain a threat to the public interest as long as it's allowed behind closed doors

BERTUS VAN HEERDEN & JOHANN KIRSTEN: Why the dairy sector is cheesed off

It’s unfair to expect the local dairy sector to compete against products from the EU, the UK and Eastern Europe that cost far less because of government ...

PIET VILJOEN: The writing’s on the wall for rampant stock markets

Veteran value investor Piet Viljoen tells us why the writing’s on the wall for rampant stock markets

ANSIE RAMALHO: Sisulu’s big mistake

The Zondo report on state capture shows Lindiwe Sisulu is wrong about the constitution

KATHY DAVEY: The Chinese-US stocks standoff

The worry is in holding the stock of a Chinese company that is listed only on a US exchange