OPINION: Trade war's coming for your hip pocket, America

2018-06-20 08:51

Washington is ignoring a 2 500-year-old lesson: Pay attention to the economics of conflict.

We must rein in our increasingly violent kids

2018-06-17 07:35

Children kicking teachers, beating parents, insulting preachers. What’s happening?

Plastic, not fantastic: Why our oceans need you, me and everyone in between

2018-06-09 09:15

What does a technology provider have to do with the health of the oceans? Quite a lot, as it turns out, writes David Lear.

BOOK REVIEW: Why CEO should stand for chief energy officer

2018-06-07 06:02

Happier employees are directly linked to a stronger bottom line and leaders as chief energy officers would do well to attend to the happiness of their staff, says Ian Mann.

Don't underestimate what SA has achieved in the past three months

2018-06-06 07:30

Ratings agency S&P's latest decision may be disappointing, but is a great opportunity for some important conversations, writes Bonang Mohale.

GDP decline mirrors tough terrain of Ramaphosa's political struggle

2018-06-05 21:00

Breaking free from the outmoded and outdated economic constraints large sectors of President Cyril Ramaphosa's own party promote is the only thing that will set the country free, says Daniel Silke.

OPINION: Entrepreneurs with disabilities want training not pity

2018-06-03 17:59

In a world that frequently sees past people whose bodies don't look or work like theirs, entrepreneurship offers persons with disabilities a liberating option, writes Liesl Jobson.

How to grow the black farmer

2018-06-03 06:07

In this joint piece, Sam Motsuenyane and Paul Ntshabele discuss the history of land dispossession and what needs to be done to empower agriculturists who are not white.

Healing South Africa's walking wounded

2018-05-30 06:01

South Africa is a nation of walking wounded - so how are we going to bring an end to the violence, asks Solly Moeng.

RAND ANALYSIS: What next for unit as it hits worst level of 2018?

2018-05-25 06:00

Volatility is nothing new to the rand but considering the calm there has been since the start of 2018, this has been quite a thump back to reality for some, says James Paynter.

 

Sony is shutting itself off to Xbox and Nintendo gamers — and it could totally blow PlayStation’s lead in the console wars

2018-06-17 11:00

The PlayStation 4 may be the market leader in terms of game consoles sold this generation, but Sony's stance on cross-play between the PS4 and rival consoles, like the Nintendo Switch and Xbox One, is backward and downright cynical.

BOOK REVIEW: Why getting enough sleep can save your life

2018-06-14 06:01

"Pulling an all-nighter" is not a badge of honour. Sleep influences every component of our capacity to function - and bragging about skipping it is as absurd as bragging about driving drunk, argues Ian Mann.

Asset managers: Investing strategies, expectations and fees

2018-06-08 15:51

Asset Managers go through a vigorous process before investing in a share or asset. Kirk Swart of Overberg Asset Management looks at the different strategies used.

Crypto-jacking: Newer, stealthier, and needing tougher IT security

2018-06-07 05:15

Crypto-jacking is the latest in the evolution of malware monetisation, and for criminals, it has a major advantage over ransomware or banking malware, writes Simon Bryden.

South Africa, our collective amnesia will kill us

2018-06-06 06:01

If there has been a general apology to the people of South Africa by the ANC for the nine years of Jacob Zuma's presidency, Solly Moeng has not heard it.

'Black brain drain' in Cape Town: Symptom of a deeper problem

2018-06-05 06:00

A sense of exclusion by people of colour in Cape Town is a symptom of a far bigger problem - and it needs urgent attention, writes Soraya Nair.

Be honest in your mid-year review

2018-06-03 06:08

It’s almost the middle of the year, so it is a good time to revisit the New Year’s resolutions that you made six months ago.

BOOK REVIEW: The business of successful gamification

2018-05-31 06:00

Ian Mann has been looking for a book that could guide a company or a unit in gamifying relevant work, and Yu-kai Chou’s is the best he has found. He explains why.

Why I moved back to Johannesburg from Cape Town

2018-05-28 14:02

Cape Town corporates tend to blame the slow pace of transformation on black professionals leaving for Johannesburg. But how can black professionals stay in an environment that isn't conducive to their success, asks Tinyiko Ngwenya .

Gerrie Nel: Out of the reputational frying pan into the fire

2018-05-23 06:01

Only Gerrie Nel himself can come out of the shadows and salvage his reputation by distancing himself from AfriForum while he still can, says Solly Moeng .

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