Former president Jacob Zuma was never going to remain the all-powerful and omnipresent political figure that he thought, writes Pieter du Toit.
Germany must take action to combat the increasing instances of anti-Semitic attacks and protect its open society.
The argument goes that disciplining bad behaviour will discourage other students from behaving badly. But a recent study points to quite the opposite.
Violence continues in Joburg.
Standard Bank CEO Sim Tshabalala is deeply saddened by a wave of violence against fellow Africans.
Tesla is vulnerable short-term, but valuable long-term if a significant electric-vehicle market emerges.
Tabloids reported that Meghan Markle is known among palace staff as "duchess difficult." People often characterize women with ambition as bossy divas.
I belong to a traditional bank, and I don't trust Facebook. So why would I use Libra, the new global currency it's pushing?
Liquidations and insolvencies statistics for April painted a grim picture, and urgent reforms are needed, says Mpiyakhe Dhlamini.
Please, take his phone away.
Statistics from the European election results in the UK show that Remain would have won, easily, if this had been a "proxy" referendum on Brexit.
Victoria's Secret did not hire 'plus-size' model Ali Tate — she actually works with Bluebella, a brand Victoria's Secret is now collaborating with.
I have no idea if you are getting these notes. If you are, send a signal and cut rates please.
CEOs are realising investing in the long term is a better idea than short-term cost cutting. The divergent paths of Kraft Heinz and Unilever show it.
Uber didn't lose money last quarter. It added over $5 billion in cash. Investors may have misunderstood what's really going on.
Facebook is asking for the power to control global financial transactions and collect all the information that comes with that. It must be joking.
The Big Mac Index maintains the rand is nearly 62% undervalued.
The Tesla CEO is more like an old-school automotive entrepreneur than a modern-day business manager.
If SA insists on having a national carrier, why not let those with a proven track record do the job? asks Ferial Haffajee.
Immediately after the merger plan was revealed, the French and Italian governments moved to secure jobs.
South Africa’s embrace of international conventions has buttressed the country’s reputation in statistical circles. But these global standards prove a poor fit for the country.
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