Steinhoff vs state capture: which is the lesser of two evils?

Dec 13 2017 06:01

Any claim that the Steinhoff drama eclipses the economic and reputational effects of Zupta-led state capture on SA is political opportunism of the worst kind, says Solly Moeng.


Why listing state-owned enterprises is not the solution

Dec 13 2017 06:00

Unless the mismanagement, corruption and looting at the core of SA's state-owned enterprises are addressed, they will continue to flounder or even fail, says Misheck Mutize.


Irrational IRP madness grips SA's energy sector

Dec 11 2017 14:05

The Integrated Resource Plan outlined by Energy Minister David Mahlobo shows a reckless populism in energy decision-making by government as the Zuma period draws to an end, says Chris Yelland.


Regulators gone mad: Ban Bitcoin before the bubble bursts

Dec 12 2017 06:00

Regulators are allowing the Bitcoin bubble to grow so that many people will get hurt when they realise it must be banned simply to have space to manage their own monetary policy, says Edward Ingram.

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Catholic bishops and the tax haven conundrum

Dec 09 2017 06:00

Would funds taken out of the country into tax havens really have been used to benefit the poor, or would they simply have ended up in the pockets of corrupt officials, asks Solly Moeng.


Ethics must come from the people

Dec 10 2017 17:45

There’s no corrupt government without corrupt business – and both of them quite often have shady friends, at one or two removes, says Mandi Smallhorne.


Steinhoff: it’s your money

Dec 09 2017 10:34

Finances and politics have this in common: whether you are interested in them or not, they affect your family life, your working life, and your wallet, says Susan Erasmus.

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Inside Labour: A carnival of opportunism

Dec 08 2017 06:00

Despite cries for unity, the political line-up and reactions within alliance structures are riddled with self-interest and greed, focused on the battle for ANC succession, says Terry Bell.


Magda Wierzycka asks hard questions about Steinhoff and asset managers

Dec 07 2017 15:14

Why did so many active asset managers fail to see that Steinhoff was as close to a corporate-structured Ponzi scheme as one can get, asks the outspoken Sygnia CEO Magda Wierzycka.


BOOK REVIEW: How games can change the world

Dec 07 2017 06:33

Ace book reviewer Ian Mann breaks his 18-year tradition of only reviewing the best of the latest to show how games can make us better.


Can Zim ride the optimism wave and leapfrog to Economy 4.0?

Dec 07 2017 06:55

The shift in Zimbabwe has paved the way for reform that could boost the entire SADC region, but this window of opportunity is likely to be short, say Tim London and Sean Gossel.

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