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Opinion

This is how new BEE rules on public procurement impact businesses

Sep 20 2017 11:10

While the legal rules governing preferential procurement schemes were originally very narrow, recent amendments have opened up new options for state bodies like SAA.

Opinion

Toxic tentacles of the Zupta net may smother KPMG

Sep 20 2017 06:00

KPMG’s reputational imbroglio exposes a whole new series of dots to connect in the ongoing, slow yet certain unravelling of the Zupta-led state capture, says Solly Moeng.

Opinion

Joining the dots: Eskom and the state capture story

Sep 18 2017 07:47

The Eskom Inquiry may have been postponed, but the momentum that is gathering against the forces of state capture cannot be stopped, say academics Anton Eberhard and Catrina Godinho.

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Let's enforce the law to silence cellphone pests

Sep 17 2017 18:13

The Protection of Personal Information Act should be enforced to protect innocent persons from the ploys of seriously annoying marketers, says Mandi Smallhorne.

Opinion

Business as usual for Zim's silent mining executives

Sep 15 2017 06:00

Mining is a tricky affair in Zimbabwe and remaining mum on controversial issues may not be such a bad policy option for the country's mining executives, says Memory Mataranyika.

Opinion

State spend: where did things go wrong?

Sep 15 2017 06:00

After sound fiscal practice for a number of years, government finances have experienced a precipitous decline since 2009 into an abyss it will take many years to escape, says Jac Laubscher.

Opinion

Oliver Tambo's way could lead SA to success

Sep 13 2017 16:19

Taking opposing ideas and creatively problem-solving to generate additional options - something Oliver Tambo believed in - is a skill that can make leaders great, says Kosheek Sewchurran.

Opinion

State-captured SA is crying out for a second liberation

Sep 13 2017 06:00

Ongoing state capture and the obstinate presence in political office of hugely discredited people shows the extent of alienation from our post-apartheid founding values, says Solly Moeng.

Opinion

Flood, tide dangers also threaten low-lying London

Sep 12 2017 06:00

If the Thames burst its banks in London, the results could be devastating, adding another concern to the already economically weakened UK, explains Terry Bell.

Opinion

It's a tough time to be young in Zimbabwe

Sep 11 2017 06:00

Zimbabwe is at serious risk of not benefiting from the hottest new investor attraction: a young and energetic population, says Malcom Sharara.

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