Why don't we have 21 days to comment on the proposed nuclear site, asks Mandi Smallhorne.
'Fashionable ideologies' are just smokescreens and won't solve SA's jobs crisis.
The new political powerhouses must respect SA's democratic insitutions, says Solly Moeng.
Over R1.2 trillion is expected to be spent on IPPs if the current energy plan is not revised, writes Matshela Koko, Eskom’s Group Executive for Generation.
Every first-time manager needs advice on how to develop his people, manage their performance and evaluate his own performance, says Ian Mann.
Is it sneaky or simply slack that the public has not been given the required 21 days to comment on the proposed nuclear site at Thyspunt, asks Mandi Smallhorne.
It would be better to proactively restructure SA's electricity sector to reduce costs before another crisis hits and further derails the economy, says Anton Eberhard.
Propaganda that entrepreneurship and self created work will solve the jobs crisis fits in with the smokescreens established by ruling minorities, says Terry Bell.
Price-fixing and cartels seem almost second nature in some business communities, but new rules bring hope for a culture of compliance, says Servaas Kranhold.
However the dice falls, the tough road ahead will be felt in differing degrees or difficulty, writes political economist Daniel Silke.
The raging minimum wage debate must consider sectors already paying workers well above the minimum wage and how they rank, says economist Mike Schüssler.
As South Africans awaken to a new era we should have tolerance only for leaders who will respect the need to keep us together as a nation, says Solly Moeng.
Edward Ingram clarifies some points on banking terminology from his previous essay.
Overconfidence can result in unquestioned assumptions and blind spots that may lead to business failure, says Ian Mann.
Traditional firms are feeling the heat with "virtual" legal service providers on the rise.
The proposed sugar tax is seen as yet another financial ambush on citizens.
SA investors can now buy Krugerrands at a 10% discount - but caution is advised.
A local entrepreneur tells how he has kept his small, black-owned mining business afloat.
The 100MW Kathu Solar Park in Northern Cape will keep the lights on in 50 000 households.
Wayde van Niekerk presents SA with a much-needed symbol of unity, says Solly Moeng.
An analyst weighs in on renewable energy options as lucrative nuclear deals beckon.
Companies practising gender discrimination turn their backs on a vast pool of talent.
Unless we change attitudes towards managing soil, conserving water and cleaning up air, we’ll all be in trouble no matter who governs, says Mandi Smallhorne.
As long as poor living conditions continue and wage issues remain unresolved, industrial peace in the mining areas will remain elusive, says Terry Bell.
Forget bitcoin. There’s a new digital currency that is surging as online drug-dealers begin adopting it to conduct business with more anonymity.
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