A lack of compassion with ordinary people is crucial to SA’s failures, says Mandi Smallhorne.
An economist ponders the top question concerning those who control international capital flows.
The economic policy pendulum seems to be swinging away from laissez-faire to regulation.
What does it mean to be a young black female entrepreneur? I am responding to the question as an operator in the independent energy-generation sector.
It’s time we changed the way we treat our young. Let’s put them first, and give them skills to become good citizens, writes Muzi Kuzwayo.
Along with failures of political leadership and will, a failure of compassion with ordinary people is crucial to South Africa’s failures, says Mandi Smallhorne.
Collaborative concessions by capital could open up the debate about the best way of owning and managing the means of production and distribution, says Terry Bell.
Despite the reputational damage suffered because of bad, emotional choices, South Africa can still regain the moral high ground and lead in Africa, says Solly Moeng.
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The ANC must choose between self-interest or national interest, says an analyst.
The ANC should swap reckless promises for reforms that will uplift SA, says an analyst.
An economist explains how Uber helps to make the world a better place for society at large.
5 tips for financial spring-cleaning that will help you lead a more productive life.
A minimum wage could cause rising youth unemployment and stunt career prospects.
Fixing the educational system and developing a modern tax system will do much to help.
Shiley Zinn overcame teen pregnancy and setbacks to achieve business success.
The current malaise, born out of leadership failure, creeping graft, rent-seeking and the implosion of cadre deployment, has SA on the ropes, writes Daniel Silke.
Hunger, thirst, joblessness and a corrupt government, fighting only to defend its own selfish ends, add up to a very dangerous mix, says Mandi Smallhorne.
Government needs to take a much tougher stance in trade negotiations if SA’s chicken industry is to survive, writes Kevin Lovell.
These days, it seems, everything that we do and eat is wrong.
Unless the question of democratic governance is dealt with, the rot in the body politic will remain, says Terry Bell.
Financially traumatised Zimbabweans dread the new bond notes but if they fail, it could be the long-awaited endgame for Mugabe's government, says Malcom Sharara.
It is time for all involved in the #feesmustfall debacle to take a step back and consider the fact that the answer is staring them right in the face, says Eugene Beetge.
SA's leader should be mindful of a gallery of illustrious people and ordinary citizens forced to watch helplessly as the country's resources are plundered, says Solly Moeng.
Could millions of connected cameras, thermostats and kids' toys bring the internet to its knees? It's beginning to look that way.
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