The one positive of this, even if some of it is depressing, is that there'll be life on the other side, writes Adriaan Basson.
ANC secretary-general Ace Magashule says despite attempts to relabel white monopoly capital or to deny its existence it is a reality.
Regardless of who lets the cat out of the bag, Ramaphosa will be facing tough issues surrounding the perception of his cozy relationship with big business, if it turns out the usual suspects donated to his campaign, writes Kyle Cowan.
"What does white monopoly capital mean?" Rupert said, after Mkhari introduced him as the face of the concept. "Yes, I’m white, or I mean a white person. Show me a monopoly we have ever had, show me one monopoly I have ever had, just one, please."
The Zuptas are gone, but inequality persists. To finally beat the slur, Ramaphosa, with the help of business, must create real wealth for black people, writes Adriaan Basson.
When black people collude with white monopoly capital to enrich themselves, they undo efforts to transform SA, writes Tebogo Khaas.
Business Leadership South Africa is taking a stand against corruption by cleaning its own house, and calling out government.
The main reason for state capture, the Guptas and rampant corruption in South Africa is that MPs are not directly accountable to voters, says Mathews Phosa.
The Democratic Alliance has called for the disciplinary inquiry into the conduct of British PR firm Bell Pottinger to be open to the public.
Former finance minister Pravin Gordhan and his then deputy Mcebisi Jonas say state-owned enterprises have become breeding grounds for state capture to take place.
Innovation and inventiveness are charging ahead in the rest of the world while we in South Africa deliberate on whether monopoly capital is the prime adversary and whether it has a skin tone, writes Mondli Makhanya.
Capital doesn’t give a fig about skin colour; the only colour of real interest is the colour of money, writes Terry Bell.
The tendency to use the black middle class as a way of assessing the socio-economic conditions of South Africa is misleading because the middle class is a minority and does not reflect the entire populace, writes Mcebo Dlamini.
Scores of sockpuppet accounts from India participated in an unprecedented disinformation campaign aimed at vindicating the beleaguered Gupta family.
New Competition Act drastically changes the enforcement landscape and focuses on concentration of ownership.
The law firm embattled PR agency Bell Pottinger retained to investigate its work for Oakbay and the Guptas has found that its SA campaign included material meant to divide South Africans.
Business Leadership South Africa has launched a ‘contract with South Africa' to fight the deceitful #WMC campaign by focusing on job creation, inclusive growth and crushing corruption.
President Jacob Zuma has had strong words for the South African Communist Party, accusing them of defending white monopoly capital.
The structure of capital in the country has changed significantly and calls for a state bank are just a guise for an alternative objective, says former deputy finance minister Mcebisi Jonas.
South Africans will picket outside Bell Pottinger’s HQ in London, while the PR firm has responded to a complaint that it violated a professional charter and code of conduct.
My experience with Bell Pottinger begs the question whether it truly acted as soon as it realised it had been misled by employees working on the Guptas’ account, says Matthew le Cordeur.
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