River of many hippos and the bronze statue

7 Jun 2021 /  Cathy Buckle   12
Oh Zimbabwe, where are your priorities?

An encouragingly good week for SA Inc

31 May 2021 /  Ann Crotty   2
Good results from Barloworld and a trio of retailers, some share price sparkle for Tsogo Sun, Ayo’s 142% dive in profits and 86% increase in dividends, two cents’ on Tencent’s biggest shareholder(s), and some bank AGMs.

Tyranny: Big Tech and how it addicted us to the internet

22 May 2021 /  Ciaran Ryan   7
A new book says Big Tech robs citizens of personal privacy with relentless surveillance and behavioural manipulation.

Of mice and men, and what the state capture inquiry tells us

17 May 2021 /  Mamokgethi Molopyane    23
Yes, there is corruption and cadre deployment. But don't worry. Be happy. Be grateful.

Give a loaf to a stranger

10 May 2021 /  Cathy Buckle   18
In Zimbabwe, farm and domestic workers' earnings cannot buy a loaf of bread a day for the whole month.

ANC swallows itself by the tail as a way of getting rid of parasitic corruption

7 May 2021 /  Mamokgethi Molopyane   9
Rebellious behaviour has always been a feature of what is now an ailing party that lacks the capacity to contain the ambitions of dangerous men and women.

Baobabs, donkey carts and armoured beetles

26 Apr 2021 /  Cathy Buckle   8
And the passing of Constitutional Amendment Bill No 2 in Zimbabwe …

Close your eyes, feel the warm breeze, walk with me

16 Apr 2021 /  Cathy Buckle   3
For once, let’s not talk about the ugly side of life in Zimbabwe; the politics, greed, corruption and oppression.

What recovery? The economy is already transformed into junk

15 Apr 2021 /  Mamokgethi Molopyane   39
Where is it taking us – this governing party that speaks left, acts right, rejects capitalism, but loves the wealth it has created for its members?

Safer than houses: Stor-Age Property Reit

13 Apr 2021 /  Keith McLachlan   5
Up 43% over five years, and ticking many boxes.

Are investors or SA’s fiscus to benefit from Prosus’s success?

12 Apr 2021 /  Ann Crotty   3
Calls for a wealth tax for Covid crisis beneficiaries are likely to go unheeded.

Who will save the ANC from itself?

7 Apr 2021 /  Mamokgethi Molopyane   20
And in so doing emancipate the state and empower participatory democracy?

Caterpillars, corruption and utter absurdity

23 Mar 2021 /  Cathy Buckle   6
Unearthed corruption leads to opposition MP's removal from parliament.

Why money must ‘rot like potatoes’

19 Mar 2021 /  Larry Claasen    20
Giving money an expiry date could be a good thing.

Covid impacts Eskom’s turnaround

17 Mar 2021 /  Jan-Jan Joubert   11
DPE deputy minister says new Eskom transmission company will be operational by end 2021, and shares concerns over SAA business rescue delays and fees.

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