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Inside Labour

Inside Labour: History, spies and the need for transparency

Apr 20 2018 06:00

Events placing journalists in the firing line highlight the need for transparency, and for workers to open debate wherever wrongdoing is suspected, says Terry Bell.

Opinion

Should cryptocurrencies be taxed? What you need to know

Apr 20 2018 07:49

Although SARS is correct that cryptocurrencies do not require a separate tax regime, the existing tax framework may need to incorporate cryptocurrencies to avoid confusion and potential unfairness, says a tax expert.

Opinion

CEO INTERVIEW: How sick is SAA – and what will it cost to fix it?

Apr 19 2018 06:15

Magazine editor Guy Leitch has managed to get hard-running SAA CEO Vuyani Jarana to make time for a detailed discussion of his plans for the state carrier.

Opinion

BOOK REVIEW: How to work smarter, not harder

Apr 19 2018 06:15

To work smart means to maximise the value of your work by selecting a few activities and applying intense targeted effort, says Ian Mann.

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Opinion

Ramaphosa’s investment emissaries may find it tough going

Apr 18 2018 18:56

South Africa is too much of a work in progress over the next year to elicit the massive investments we all would ideally want, says Daniel Silke.

Opinion

Cyril, show SA you are sincere

Apr 18 2018 06:15

If Cyril Ramaphosa's bid to rebuild the country is to succeed, he needs to unambiguously rebuke politicians who use race to divide South Africans, writes Solly Moeng.

Opinion

BOOK REVIEW - Warning: Your job could be killing you

Apr 16 2018 06:01

Workplace management practices and a toxic workplace are invisible killers and the fifth leading cause of death in the US, says Ian Mann.

Opinion

Investing abroad: A world of opportunities awaits

Apr 16 2018 07:00

Should you expose your portfolio to offshore investment? Analyst Brett Birkenstock feels now is a good time to send funds to foreign shores, and gives advice on how to do it.

Opinion

Losing Mark Lamberti is a step forward

Apr 15 2018 07:24

If Mark Lamberti has any morsel of conscience left, he must accept that his continued presence in the body politic has become intolerable, writes Tebogo Khaas.

Opinion

Justice may seem blind, but it’s also cockeyed

Apr 15 2018 06:00

All nights bring darkness, but not all nights are the same, and the inability to discern between the two has led many to be caught up on the blind side of hope.

Inside Labour

Inside Labour: Sagarmatha - a wake-up call for labour

Apr 13 2018 06:00

The controversy surrounding Sagarmatha Technologies offers a clear analysis of what digital computing and artificial intelligence mean for the future of work and workers, says Terry Bell.

Opinion

A basic knowledge of finance could save SA from another Steinhoff

Apr 13 2018 06:00

If more people know how to recognise financial red flags in business, the damage caused by corporate fraud - or even honest mistakes - could be radically reduced, says Kumeshnee West.

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