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Opinion

The problem with being a net importer of wheat

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These are tough times for Africa – the shocks will be felt in terms of potential wheat price increases and this could remain the case until the continent improves its wheat production capacity, writes Wandile Sihlobo.

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    Solly Moeng: SA needs a rebrand, stat

    Oct 17 2018 16:01

    If SA wants a new dawn, maybe it needs to reconsider its country brand – starting with a new national anthem, written from scratch and rooted in the Constitution, says Solly Moeng.

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    The problem with being a net importer of wheat

    Oct 17 2018 16:21

    These are tough times for Africa – the shocks will be felt in terms of potential wheat price increases and this could remain the case until the continent improves its wheat production capacity, writes Wandile Sihlobo.

    Opinion

    An entrepreneur's guide to running a clean business

    Oct 15 2018 06:46

    Though indiscretions at Steinhoff, McKinsey and KPMG shone a spotlight on unethical business practices, research shows that some small businesses are just as bad, and using smarter ways to conceal it, says Jannie Rossouw.

    Opinion

    Why is Treasury the ANC's recycling plant?

    Oct 15 2018 13:41

    Hours before Tito Mboweni was announced as finance minister, deputy minister of higher education and training Buti Manamela tweeted a single character - the universal symbol of recycling, writes Tehillah Niselow.

    Opinion

    The 12-year time limit that could end apathy over climate change

    Oct 14 2018 09:47

    Many governments find it easy to place climate change on the back burner, but a new report carries a stark enough warning to make most sit up and take notice, says Melanie Gosling.

    Opinion

    Diary of the unemployed: The fear, the desperation and the despair

    Oct 14 2018 11:52

    The Jobs Summit was all about the unemployed. So where were they? asks Tlhologelo Masehla.

    Opinion

    Ferial Haffajee: Inside Trevor Manuel’s notes to a new finance minister

    Oct 11 2018 12:24

    An internal document describing the work of a Finance Minister provides unprecedented insight into what awaits Tito Mboweni as the newly minted office-holder, says Ferial Haffajee.

    Opinion

    BOOK REVIEW: Learn to speak body language

    Oct 11 2018 05:45

    Our limbic system works faster than our powers of rational thought. And while some people may have a natural gift for reading body language, anyone can learn to do so, says Ian Mann.

    Opinion

    Daniel Silke: Ramaphosa snatches victory from jaws of defeat

    Oct 10 2018 10:25

    Nhlanhla Nene's resignation injects an all-too-rare dose of liability and culpability into our political discourse and represents an important new flank for President Cyril Ramaphosa’s much-vaunted ‘new dawn’ of governance.

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    South Africa’s stimulus package shows power is finely balanced in the ANC

    Oct 10 2018 06:15

    Ramaphosa says the stimulus package is a 'bold' attempt to initiate economic change. But it is more interesting for what it says about the politics of decision-making in the ANC, says Steven Friedman.

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