Common but false legacy business ideas could be slient killers of innovation, says Ian Mann.
Scared or compromised ANC leaders seem ready for collective suicide, says Solly Moeng.
‘White monopoly capital' is just a ploy to avoid SA’s real problems, say two analysts.
If the unions wish to arrest their decline, they must fight for the rights of the more than 50% in a fundamentally wealthy country who remain mired in poverty, says Terry Bell.
"Union fatigue" can be countered by paying more than lip service to organising the currently unorganised and providing a proper service to all unionists, says Terry Bell.
If workers cannot turn the tide and fight back against their appalling conditions of life, we shall slide into a new age of barbarism, warns Patrick Craven.
Living conditions can be bought with decent wages, but working conditions are another matter and in the bus transport sector, can have wide-ranging consequences, says Terry Bell.
Were he alive today, Arthur Chaskalson, our first chief justice, would probably be having a near apoplectic fit at the debate about expropriation of land with compensation, writes Terry Bell.
Far from solving problems, attacks on foreigners open the way for even more exploitation by employers who like nothing better than a divided working class, says Patrick Craven.
Unions deserve widespread support in their drive to ensure safe working conditions and avoid 16-hour shifts for bus drivers now in deadlocked talks, says Terry Bell.
The government should scrap VAT - a tax that penalises the poor - and abolish income tax for those earning less than R500 000 a year, says Terry Bell.
Finance ministers and governments apply variations of the same policy remedies to the same problems time and again, seeming to expect a different result, says Terry Bell.
The demand for a living minimum wage is not a plea for charity but for workers to get back a bigger share of the wealth their labour creates, says Patrick Craven.
The reinstatement of a union's registrar has highlighted areas of deep concern to the labour movement, not the least being political interference, says Terry Bell.
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A sneak peek at the Nokia 3310, which is unlikely to meet smartphone users' expectations.
Is it a good thing for RAs to comply with Regulation 28 of the Pension Funds Act?
Is the KEYone Qwerty keyboard phone the company's latest suicidal move?
Stick with low-cost index funds, advises investment guru Warren Buffett.
The case of union Ceppwawu being placed under curatorship provides a worrying insight into the state of the unions and the dangers of capture, says Terry Bell.
We live in a time of uncertainty when demagogues and ambitious populists jockey for power with politicians desperate to cling on to challenged authority, says Terry Bell.
A Town Hall Meeting by PCI Security Standards Council around cyber security is set to commence in Cape Town, the first time the conference is hosted in Africa.
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