Paul Hoffman: “Don’t destroy a newspaper to protect evil miscreants. Sunday won’t be Sunday without the Sunday Times.”
Global patterns of land reform seem to have been given little consideration yet, even by the most enthusiastic of South Africa’s land reformers.
South Africa has dodged the kleptocratic bullet of state capture and it has yet to shatter the half-full glass of significant post-Zuptoid change.
Central bankers from around the world jumped to the US Federal Reserve’s defense after President Donald Trump accused the central bank of going “loco.”
Cyril Ramaphosa is caught in an intricate game of political chess as he seeks to stamp his authority on the government while maintaining a semblance of party unity before elections next year.
Former Steinhoff International Chief Executive Officer Markus Jooste advised friends to sell the South African retailer’s shares days before the stock collapsed.
Pressure on the Big Four audit firms mounted as a UK competition watchdog started investigating the industry.
A probe into the failure of VBS Mutual Bank found that at least 53 people and companies may have benefited from the looting of R1.9 billion from the South African lender before its collapse.
South Africa’s long-suffering electorate got something of a reprieve following the resignation of Finance Minister Nhalnhla Nene.
In the wake of Nhlanhla Nene’s resignation, South African president Cyril Ramaphosa has announced Tito Mboweni as the country’s new Finance Minister.