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Opinion

SA private health care market plagued by market concentration

Aug 20 2018 06:13

The preliminary findings of the inquiry into the private health care sector shows worrying trends and key among the revelations are high concentration levels in the market.

Opinion

Will sugar and chicken define an election?

Aug 19 2018 11:21

If the decision by Trade and Industry Minister Rob Davies to raise the import duty on sugar was intended to placate all levels of the industry, it failed dismally.

Opinion

Life vs profit: Zero harm in mining needs shoulder-to-shoulder collaboration

Aug 19 2018 09:46

We are working tirelessly towards improving our safe production results and to achieving zero harm for as long as possible, writes Neal Froneman.

Opinion

Life vs profit: One mine death is a death too many

Aug 19 2018 09:13

The mining industry should spend money on health and safety and not on lawyers who threaten workers for speaking out, writes Livhuwani Mammburu.

Opinion

There is no quick fix for what ails us

Aug 19 2018 06:03

The false prophets who sell superstition and dicey hopes for a profit are another oppressive force, write Muzi Kuzwayo.

Opinion

SAA will need a long runway to take off

Aug 19 2018 06:03

Although the national airline has long had its wings clipped, Thabang Motsohi is confident that regimented management could restore it to its former glory.

Opinion

Why Old Mutual's 'homecoming' is a key litmus test for SA

Aug 18 2018 09:45

Is 'Ramaphoria' really fading? We can't ignore SA's economic challenges, but we shouldn't forget its advantages, says John Luiz.

Opinion

INSIDE LABOUR: After Marikana, what really changed?

Aug 17 2018 06:15

Billions still lie in budget allocations but millions are returned unspent, while more seems to be lost to corruption - so it's time to prioritise job retention before the voters walk away, says Terry Bell.

Opinion

BOOK REVIEW: What happens to wealth as populations age?

Aug 16 2018 05:45

Economic growth of both the poorest decile and the top 1% has been lifted, but not the middle class, says Ian Mann. What happens when wealth isn't simply transferred across generations?

Opinion

SA, so much is still at stake

Aug 15 2018 06:15

ConCourt's ruling on Shaun Abrahams is to be welcomed, but our next hurdle is awaiting the appointment of a permanent NDPP, says Solly Moeng.

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Prejudice is the real enemy of our women

Aug 12 2018 06:00

The prodigal daughter. That is unthinkable in current society. The Bible tells the story of the prodigal son who took his share of the estate and left home. He was welcomed back with open arms when he returned and celebrated by killing a fattened cal

Opinion

Thinking differently about privilege

Aug 12 2018 06:00

An important asset for transferring wealth is trust. Black South Africans won’t prosper as a group until they, like other groups, possess it as a birthright.

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