ANTHONY BUTLER: SACP romance with Russia blind to its colonial project

Ambivalence about Vladimir Putin in SA fails to recognise decolonial struggles in the region

1 hour ago
STEVEN KUO: A failure of dialogue and all of humanity

Expect tens of thousands of civilian casualties, millions of refugees and huge disruption to energy and food supplies from the Russia-Ukraine war

4 hours ago
KEVIN MCCALLUM: Sports isolation hurts: let’s do it to Russia

It's time to hit Vladimir Putin for a six to stop his warmongering

2 hours ago
ANTON HARBER: Regional watchdogs tame draconian Botswana bill

In its original form, the law would have made journalism impossible

4 hours ago
RICHARD J GRANT: Worse than mere inflation

Rising prices in SA in 2022 are less likely to be caused by monetary inflation than by the continuation of a cluster of poor policies

5 hours ago
CHARISSE ZEIFERT: The line between anti-Zionism and anti-Semitism is clear

Constitutional Court ruling means the likes of Bongani Masuku can no longer hide behind the cloak of legitimate criticism to propagate racist hate speech ...

6 hours ago
LULAMA TLAKULA: New infrastructure likely to unlock industrial capacity

Manufacturing growth stands to benefit from new programmes

2 hours ago
LETTER: SA’s delusions shattered

Demands to eject Israel from the AU go against the wishes of 44 nations

3 hours ago
LETTER: Pandor’s double standards

SA jumps at opportunities to censure Israel, but holds back on Russia and China

3 hours ago
WATCH | Business Day: Why every story is your business

Read about the new campaign for SA's foremost business publication

LETTER: SA’s bizarre cowardice on Ukraine

SA doesn't have the courage to tell Russia it is wrong to invade Ukraine

4 hours ago
LETTER: Caught between a Bric and a hard place

SA is turning a blind eye as the world faces a catastrophe of unimaginable proportions

4 hours ago
HILARY JOFFE: Budget puts SA back on path to stabilising debt

Godongwana uses 45% of medium-term revenue overshoot to cut public debt

ISAAH MHLANGA: Risks linger, but Godongwana gets lots right

The budget is a major improvement on both the 2021 version and the 2021 medium-term budget policy statement

EDITORIAL: Steady budget marks return to stability but hard work lies ahead

Calm in markets a sign that traders were underwhelmed by Godongwana’s speech — which is perhaps a good thing

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