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Ace pulls diplomatic strings for Steinhoff-linked pal

If the ANC general secretary has his way, Ithala chair Roshan Morar could soon be an ambassador

Out of our Wits: Should more be done to block club sales?

South African football is in an awkward position where it dare not refuse investment … no matter the cost

An emergency budget needs bold decisions, including a bigger public sector

Choosing this path would create work for many while also building the infrastructure that the country needs

Sekunjalo: The PIC is on a drive to embarrass Dr Survé

Iqbal Survé’s Sekunjalo Investment Holdings denies it owes the PIC more than R1-billion it used to acquire the media group

Editorial: What’s up with the doc?

​Iqbal Survé has been able to construct a business empire in the name of transformation

Will Independent sink with Survé?

About 1 500 media workers may lose their jobs if Iqbal Survé cannot service his companies’ debts

PIC inquiry focuses on Steinhoff deal

Former trade unionist Jayendra Naidoo says former CEO Dan Matjila knew about the deal prior to consulting the PIC’s executive team

Matjila denies responsibility for billions lost in Ayo transaction

The former PIC CEO continued his testimony before the Mpati commission on Monday

‘I walked into a shitstorm’

The PIC's former head of IT security did not set out to become a whistle-blower. He was fired and is testifying at the inquiry into the PIC

Maponya takes PIC to court

MMI claims that the state asset manager owes it millions for work conducted for SA Home Loans

Reuel Khoza appointed as interim PIC board chair

Khoza was elected at the board’s first meeting since their appointment earlier this month

Mboweni tells PIC board to leave the politics to him

The finance minister gave assurances that government will not interfere with the day to day running of the corporation

Surve’s suggested valuation for Sagarmatha shot down by PIC

The proposal to lower Sagarmatha’s pre-listing share price was not supported by the PIC’s investment team

Matjila: Leaks from the PIC ‘an inside job’

The former state asset manager CEO says the spreading of misinformation at the corporation was from inside its ranks

I did not spy on PIC employees, says Matjila

The former PIC CEO denies overseeing a climate of fear at the PIC

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Inclusion as learned experience in higher education

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Local government in crisis: how it can be fixed

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