Far from uhuru for Zimbabwe

Nov 16 2017 10:56

What is sad about all this is that what is being done has nothing to do with creating better lives for Zimbabweans. It is all about self serving individuals who think they are entitled to rule this country, writes Crecey Kuyedzwa.


How to ensure that companies don’t waste their money on training interventions

Nov 16 2017 07:41

The key to success lies in empowering employees to take charge of their own development in order to build a true learning organisation that can stand the test of time, writes Kumeshnee West.


What the hijacking of SA’s Treasury means for the economy

Nov 16 2017 06:00

What’s unfolding can be seen as a continuation of the "state capture" inspired attack on National Treasury that began in 2015 with the firing of the then finance minister Nhlanhla Nene, writes Seán Mfundza Muller.


Solly Moeng: Emulate Mandela - don't tarnish his legacy

Nov 15 2017 06:00

We cannot blame Nelson Mandela for the inability of leaders who came after him to live up to the high standards he set, says Solly Moeng.


Investment note: The 60 000-foot view

Nov 15 2017 07:52

The global environment is favourable to equities with good growth, low inflation and the expectation of very gradual interest rate increases in the developed markets.


Zuma’s allies are once again gung-ho about nuclear. Will they get their way?

Nov 15 2017 09:02

The nuclear build programme seems to be back on the agenda after earlier indications that it was dead. Recent comments by President Jacob Zuma and minister of energy David Mahlobo, signal a final push to bag the nuclear deal, writes Keith Gottschalk.


Disciplinary hearings and the employee's right to legal representation

Nov 14 2017 07:30

Under what circumstances does the employee have the right to engage legal representation in respect of a disciplinary hearing? Advocate Tertius Wessels discusses.


#ParadisePapers - not a clear cut debate

Nov 13 2017 11:46

#ParadisePapers seems to be much of a replay of the #PanamaPapers, but in terms of respectability of jurisdictions and their standing in the financial world, Bermuda and Panama are not, and have never been, in the same league, explains tax expert Ernest Mazansky.


Long-term strategy needed to grow black-owned businesses

Nov 12 2017 14:15

While some policies are rightfully placed to develop small businesses, more consideration needs to be given to large black-owned companies to ensure they can compete globally, says Muzi Siyaya.


Opinion: KPMG’s Ms Fixit can pull it off – if given space to do so

Nov 12 2017 06:00

The story of the suffering of black women in corporate South Africa has become a daily diet to which many of us have grown accustomed.

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SA's public finances have run into a brick wall

Nov 10 2017 06:58

In the current environment of continued reporting of extreme waste in public expenditure, taxpayer morality is already recognised to have deteriorated, says Jac Laubscher.

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