• Please clean up SAPS

    SA deserves a police force which doesn't prey on its people, says Mandi Smallhorne.

  • A successful SONA

    President Cyril Ramaphosa carefully trod the renewal path in his maiden SONA, says Daniel Silke.

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Budget 2018

Why Gigaba is likely to present the budget

Feb 19 2018 21:00

Although the personality and political thinking of an individual does add a certain flavour, the budget has a fixed structure with a three-year medium-term outlook, says Jaco Leuvennink.


    Ramaphosa carefully treads the renewal path

    Feb 17 2018 10:25

    President Cyril Ramaphosa is now playing to a bigger audience than just the cronies and that audience will grow in support as it smells positive results, writes Daniel Silke.


    A truly radical SONA would tackle the land grab question

    Feb 16 2018 16:35

    A new regime should recognise that truly bold action is required: to rethink the way in which land reform has been conceived, says Terence Corrigan.


    Mr President, please clean up the police force

    Feb 19 2018 06:00

    South Africans deserve at least a taste of a world where the police are on their side and not in thrall to a criminal or corrupt clique that preys on them, says Mandi Smallhorne.


    Zwane's mining moves resulted in decline and disillusionment - analyst

    Feb 16 2018 13:29

    As Mining Minister Mosebenzi Zwane sits in the exit lounge, his lame duck speech to the Mining Indaba showed he is out of touch, unfocused and compromised, writes David Christianson.

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    Inside Labour

    Inside Labour: Pensions - the trigger for worker action

    Feb 16 2018 06:00

    There are demands for transparency amid evidence that the PIC may have invested billions of rand of workers’ money into assets that may have had a political motive, says Terry Bell.


    BOOK REVIEW: Spotlight on company culture

    Feb 15 2018 06:00

    A business can formulate a culture that supports its strategy with ease and institutionalise it in rational and effective ways - but it all starts with intentional leadership, says Ian Mann.


    Zuma recall highlights country needs versus party priorities

    Feb 14 2018 06:00

    Cyril Ramaphosa needs to wake up to the reality that what the ANC wants and what the broader South African society wants are not always the same things, says Solly Moeng.

    Budget 2018

    Zuma standoff threatens budget legitimacy - Daniel Silke

    Feb 13 2018 09:53

    Delaying Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba's maiden budget due to the ANC's leadership deadlock would pose renewed worries for investor confidence, says Daniel Silke.


    'Water-guzzling' farmers deserve our respect

    Feb 12 2018 06:23

    Let’s not treat our farmers as if they were gratuitously wasting water, instead of struggling to survive a terrible disaster, says Mandi Smallhorne.


    It’s the economy, Cyril

    Feb 09 2018 06:00

    Given the country's perilous financial position, economic policy-making and implementation will make or break the Ramaphosa presidency, says Daniel Silke.

    Inside Labour

    Inside Labour: Treading a dangerous road for trade unions

    Feb 09 2018 07:02

    Unions need to rebuild their democratic shopfloor structures while acting as catalysts for the formation of new structures capable of extending democracy, says Terry Bell.


    BOOK REVIEW: The economics of intangibles

    Feb 08 2018 06:01

    Investing for the future is a critical part of what businesses and governments do, and today these investments are in ideas, software, brands, networks and relationships, says Ian Mann.

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    The finance minister faces a tough task as he has to find ways for South Africa to plug a R50.8bn hole in the country's finances.

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