Dear Reader, Here is a selection of BusinessLIVE articles  that are exclusively for subscribers. Not yet a subscriber? Click here and sign up, it's quick and easy and it only costs R120 a month. You will get access to all the premium articles on Business Day, Financial Mail, Business Times and Rand Daily Mail, as well as a selection of top articles from London's Financial Times. It's worth it. First up, an article by Business Day editor Tim Cohen, which attempts to get to the bottom of the latest court judgment against President Jacob Zuma. Under the headline Zuma’s trials are like a never-ending dirge, Tim writes: In his judgment in what has become known as the spy tapes case, Acting Deputy Judge President Mahomed Navsa opens with an extract from a poem. But this is an entirely different kettle of fish. He quotes a line from the TS Eliot poem Little Gidding, saying the poet spoke of "the recurrent end of the unending". It’s a great line and very appropriate. The poem is typical of ...

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