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How McKinsey is making $100m and counting) advising the US government’s coronavirus response

For the world’s best-known corporate-management consultants, helping tackle the pandemic has been a bonanza. It’s not clear what the US government has gotten in return

We must equip graduates to excel in tasks that are beyond the scope of AI

With artificial intelligence taking over background tasks in the financial services sector, graduates need to be equipped with modern skills and mindsets to complement the machines and maximise benefits for consumers and the economy

The commons, not the market

Greening the financial system is essential, but the environment can’t be shoehorned into the logic of finance

Isabel dos Santos did not loot Angola alone

Once again, Western auditing and consulting firms shamelessly facilitated corruption on an international scale

Trillian payments were illegal — Eskom counsel

The utility’s battle to claw back the millions it paid to Trillian kicked off at the high court on Monday

Koko leaked emails to ‘demonstrate his capabilities to the captors’ — Mabuza

Former head of generation at Eskom, Matshela Koko, is alleged to have leaked confidential information to Gupta associate Salim Essa

Idle watchdogs take a beating

State capture and the collapse of major businesses have cast the spotlight on auditors and industry regulators

Eskom sweats as Trillian buys time

Eskom is trying to recover is missing millions, but Trillian CEO Eric Wood says he is overwhelmed by the court case against the Gupta-linked company

Fourth industrial revolution must not cement inequality

South Africa’s schools must be able to produce youth ready for the fouth industrial revolution

Six SOEs paid R3bn to consultants

Unnecessary outsourcing and inflated fees may have contributed to the giant bill the state paid

Editorial: From the embers of fire, stoke hope

It is the likes of emergency services —the firemen and the paramedics —who bear the brunt for shortfalls in the public purse

Transnet board to consider reasons why CEO shouldn’t be suspended

The state freight and ports company served its chief executive Siyabonga Gama and two other executives with suspension notices last week

​Transnet CEO Gama, two other officials suspended

The three have until the close of business day on August 20, to provide written submissions on why they should not be suspended

Editorial: Give clarity on land restitution

'Land reform has never been just a nice-to-do. Both for reasons of equity and to provide a base for economic growth, it has always been a have-to-do'

Treasury asks Hawks to probe Singh

Eskom’s ex-financial officer’s swanky pad and R16m in strange transactions are part of probe

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