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Could you live on R736 per month?

Jul 22 2018 12:12

How is it that those who do not lay a single brick – let alone lift a finger – earn 600% more than those who produce the commodities that generate the profits for the elite few? asks Mikaela Nhondo Erskog.


Trade war or capitalist crisis, again?

Jul 22 2018 11:41

The private ownership of the means of production has become a massive barrier to economic development, writes Chris Maxon.


The numbers will tell the truth

Jul 22 2018 08:57

By the end of today there may be a fairly clear indication of how much popular power Cosatu may have lost in recent years, writes Terry Bell.


Dumped radio told us the real story

Jul 22 2018 06:05

It was luck, I guess, and as they say, “in the long run, it is better to be lucky than good”. My luck started when I found a radio on a rubbish heap - someone had thrown it away.


When SARS creates its own tax loopholes

Jul 21 2018 07:45

A recent victory in court for SARS may have been an own goal – and the tax agency may want to appeal its own win, writes attorney Jean du Toit.


Ramaphosa's tight-rope walk working - for now

Jul 19 2018 10:38

Cyril Ramaphosa must win over the poor and marginalised, whose plight is desperate. But the poor performance of SARS, R50bn budget deficit and lacklustre GDP provide little wiggle-room, says Daniel Silke.


Ramaphosa invokes his inner Mandela – for political ends

Jul 18 2018 14:58

Mandela is once again a political asset for those with the credibility to hold onto his coat-tails. Jacob Zuma could not invoke Mandela - but Ramaphosa can, says Daniel Silke.


Will SA always need Mandela?

Jul 18 2018 05:45

Will we always need to look back to the Mandela era for a credible leadership reference, or will we rise to the occasion this time? asks Solly Moeng.



How KPMG and McKinsey tanked their reputations in a year

Jul 16 2018 06:00

PR experts believe that, whatever the extent of a brand's crisis, you can recover if you handle it correctly. Both KPMG and McKinsey failed - something social media capitalised on, writes Tonya Khoury.


Cyril must offer hope and dump the corrupt

Jul 15 2018 06:10

President Cyril Ramaphosa needs some big wins, but the politicians he brought back from the dead to become his ministers can’t deliver them.

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