Carol Paton, Peter Bruce, Barney Mthombothi, Justice Malala and Ranjeni Munusamy examine Ramaphosa’s first moves since winning the ANC presidency in December
'It's a break from the past which could have implications for the tone, texture and character of the organisation - and how the country is ultimately governed'
If micro-finance initiatives really work, why haven’t loan shares and predatory lenders died out, asks Frithjof Arp
'Zuckerberg is prepared to see the time people spend on Facebook and other "measures of engagement" go down'
If climate change isn’t factored into dam design, infrastructure and its management, Africa’s reliance on hydropower could backfire, writes Declan Conway
'Despite the ubiquity of technology, it’s evident that many people and some entire planets are poor'
'Yesterday was also partly about our image abroad, and it's worrying that even ANC presidential hopeful Cyril Ramaphosa, the face of our bid, failed to allay fears'
'Without significant changes in the way that clothes are made and marketed, this could add up to an environmental disaster in the making'
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