BOOK REVIEW: Inside the white-collar criminal's mind

Mar 23 2018 06:00

Would you act on imperfect intuition to commit a crime which could harm yourself or others, and when the big moral challenge comes, would you rise to the occasion, asks Ian Mann.


Lessons from Zuma's leadership

Mar 23 2018 07:25

Even his most optimistic sympathisers will struggle to find silver linings in Jacob Zuma's presidency, making it extremely difficult to cast him as a masterly statesman, says Khulekani Magubane.


Making sense of the Facebook data 'breach'

Mar 21 2018 19:00

Claims of a Facebook data "breach" or "leak" are inaccurate and highly exaggerated, but doesn’t make what happened any less insidious, says James Francis.


Ramaphosa - love him but watch him

Mar 21 2018 12:50

Despite his good intentions, Cyril Ramaphosa has come into the ANC presidency surrounded by some very shady characters, says Solly Moeng.

Clem Sunter

The latest South African scenarios, flags and probabilities

Mar 19 2018 09:13

Cyril Ramaphosa’s ascent to the Presidency comes at a tipping point in the nation’s destiny. If he applies his leadership right, we have a chance of moving back once more to the High Road trajectory, writes Clem Sunter.

Inside Labour

Inside Labour: The art of stealing songs and symbols

Mar 16 2018 06:00

Appropriation of policies and ideas can sometimes get rather messy, like the land expropriation furore initiated by the EFF and now adopted by the ANC, says Terry Bell.


BOOK REVIEW: Keep your job and hustle your way to an extra income

Mar 15 2018 06:00

Start a side hustle with a clear plan to make money without leaving your day job and change your life in a profound way by building your resourcefulness, says Ian Mann.


How Western Cape farmers are being hit by the drought

Mar 20 2018 17:39

In periods of water stress, farmers need support, research assistance and empathy from governments and competing water users, writes an academic.

Inside Fin24.com


Why SA needs formal rules for class action lawsuits

Mar 14 2018 07:18

South Africa needs comprehensive legislation and court rules regulating class actions suits to better serve the principle of access to the justice system, says Theo Broodryk.

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Minister of Health Aaron Motsoaledi has announced that processed meat was the source of South Africa’s latest and worst listeriosis outbreak on record.

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