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Opinion on the move: Rand Daily Mail becomes BusinessLIVE Opinion

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It has been a horrendous year, but Sasol’s problems predate the recent Lake Charles challenges by years

RANJENI MUNUSAMY: Goals seem out of reach without solid execution plans

President Cyril Ramaphosa’s state of the nation address was a bland statement of intent without anything tangible to peg it on

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TOM EATON: Devious tricks and risky bets are novel solutions to fix the economy

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CHARMAIN NAIDOO: A bad week, informed by breast cancer

Dr Google was all doom and gloom, with horror stories about operations gone wrong, about incisions that never healed

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JONATHAN JANSEN: Sometimes all teenagers need is sympathetic ear

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THE STEINHOFF SAGA: The inside story of SA's biggest corporate meltdown

Read all four parts of this outstanding University of Stellenbosch Business School study into the rise and fall of Markus Jooste's Steinhoff

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PATRICK BULGER: Ace and Dr No seem cut from the same cloth

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RANJENI MUNUSAMY: Time to dispense with the niceties and get down to brass tacks, Mr President

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BARNEY MTHOMBOTHI: While the country cries out for decisive leadership, payback time shackles the president

Too many people wield enormous influence on critical matters simply by virtue of their proximity to power

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JUSTICE MALALA: Nothing to celebrate as our young people show politicians the finger

Why do young South Africans not care for our democracy? Just look at the job stats

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RANJENI MUNUSAMY: Bathabile Dlamini blaming her failures on sexism just won’t wash

If ours were an accountable society, Bathabile Dlamini would be banned from further association with gender struggles

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Race is on to find protection against HIV transmissions

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JONATHAN JANSEN: Automatic promotion plan will be disastrous for our primary schools

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TOM EATON: Dlamini showed her true colours right to the end

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Healthy living is a tough challenge for young women in Soweto

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Mayday as SAA strike bites

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The gap between the lowest and very highest earners widened alarmingly between 2001 and 2015

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