EDITORIAL: Delta hushes up forensic report into dodgy bookkeeping

The probe found evidence of ‘governance failings and wrongdoing’

EDITORIAL: An accident fund on the road to nowhere

The Road Accident Fund, lacking sufficient money to pay billions in claims to crash victims, is the government’s second-biggest contingent liability after Eskom

EDITORIAL: Solving skewed asset management sector not black and white

We need to be sure the statistics are correct and that black entrants are not set up to fail

EDITORIAL: GDP rebound only serves to reinforce need for economic reforms

SA is far from being out of the woods, and Cyril Ramaphosa will have to turn words into action

EDITORIAL: JSE’s underperformance doesn’t make offshore shares a one-way bet

But the exchange’s recovery has been flattered by Naspers, which is up almost 40%

EDITORIAL: Remgro making the worst of a bad situation for RCL

Its huge stock purchase will lock up even more of the company’s thinly traded shares

EDITORIAL: Spineless government is not a reliable negotiator

Farce over the public sector wage increase would be funny if it was not so tragic

EDITORIAL: Localised lockdowns have to be proportionate

The restrictions touted for Covid-19 hotspots are sensible as SA cannot afford to turn the economy on and off

EDITORIAL: Pitso reaches for the stars

Former Sundowns coach now with Al Ahly is rocketing into unexplored reaches of the football universe with his early success in Egypt

EDITORIAL: Time for the ANC to openly dump its nonstarter prescribed assets plan

Even loyalist Cosatu has seen the light, realising workers would lose out from funding ailing SOEs from their pensions

EDITORIAL: Pressure eases on biggest lenders

Banks’ losses from skipped loan repayments look likely to have peaked

EDITORIAL: Treasury, Bank and financial services watchdog need more huddles

A lack of co-ordination and communication made a mess of well-intended legislation changes

EDITORIAL: Broad-based BEE commissioner has gone rogue

Act does not insist, as Zodwa Ntuli does, that beneficiaries behave as shareholders

EDITORIAL: SA belatedly joining vaccine programme is good news

Immunising part of the population is affordable, while SAA is costing the country R10.5bn

EDITORIAL: Zuma left Zondo with no choice

The law treats everyone equally irrespective of their position

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