Harare’s health-care brain drain

The pandemic has ramped up international demand for qualified health-care workers. That’s been something of a boon for Zimbabwe’s underpaid nurses and ...

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Inside the IDC’s plan for a multibrand vehicle assembly plant

The Industrial Development Corp hopes a multibrand vehicle assembly plant, drawing in multiple foreign motor companies, will accelerate industry growth and ...

Making sense of JSE’s sustainability checks

The JSE’s Sustainability Disclosure Guidance document, released in December, is a welcome addition to the corporate governance space. But some express concern ...

SA’s big platinum face-off

Northam’s purchase of 32% of Royal Bafokeng Platinum — for a top-dollar price — may well have scuppered Impala Platinum’s plans for the North West-based miner. ...

Charlotte Maxeke closure is placing ‘severe strain’ on Helen Joseph

The Gauteng department of health has taken over the reconstruction of the hospital from the provincial department of infrastructure development

Behind Cyril’s mixed message on jobs

Ramaphosa’s emphasis on private sector job creation in his state of the nation address — and his apparent backtrack this week — will have confused business and ...

Has the government abandoned vaccination?

Vaccine uptake has dropped dramatically and there appears to be no push from the president or the national health department to change this

EFF and Afriforum: the hard sell

There’s more to the ideological sparring than the EFF and AfriForum would have us believe. They’re both taking advantage of South Africans’ anxieties and ...

The case for unmasking our kids

As the world begins to relax its mandates around masking in schools to contain the spread of Covid, is it time SA did the same? A number of parents certainly ...

Backed into a BIG corner

The 2022 national budget looks set to be one of those rare occasions where the finance minister gets to have his cake and eat it. But Enoch Godongwana’s ...

Kimberley Taylor: the force behind logistics solutions company Loop

Ever wondered at the web of tech that lies behind the SA logistics space? Wits chemical engineering graduate Kimberley Taylor is one of the faces behind the ...

The case against the Tongaat executives

Accused face 19 fraud charges for allegedly backdating the sale of properties. Tongaat financial statements were ‘materially unreliable and false’, state claims

Is Steinhoff back from the dead?

After SA’s most epic fraud, can Steinhoff script an even bigger turnaround?

Inside SA’s illiteracy time bomb

SA education faces a huge systemic failure that, unless fixed urgently, means the bulk of the future population will be unlikely to meet the needs of a growing ...

State capture: where are the prosecutions?

The first two state capture reports show the way to greater accountability in SA. But for justice to be done, the NPA needs to score some successes — and to ...