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Letters to the editor: March 22 to 28
Letters to the editor: March 22 to 28
Save our country from another 25 years of failure, incumbency syndrome and majoritarian arrogance.
Eskom cliffhanger has SA on edge
Eskom cliffhanger has SA on edge
There is a slim chance that the budget delivered on Wednesday by Finance Minister Tito Mboweni may be just enough to stave off any immediate action...
Tax rebates cost the state 4% of GDP
Tax rebates cost the state 4% of GDP
Increasing demands by failing state-owned enterprises, rising debt servicing costs and an ever-expanding public sector wage bill have left the...
Mboweni’s ‘lipstick’ budget deceives voters — opposition
Mboweni’s ‘lipstick’ budget deceives voters — opposition
Opposition parties in Parliament have described Finance Minister’s Tito Mboweni’s budget on Wednesday as an election speech meant to prop up...
Eskom, state-owned enterprises, law and order — Ramaphosa's uphill battle
Eskom, state-owned enterprises, law and order — Ramaphosa's uphill battle
With just hours before President Cyril Ramaphosa begins his second State of the Nation address, senior Mail & Guardian journalists unpack the...
Not on to use pensions to bail out state
Not on to use pensions to bail out state
Raiding pension coffers will do little to save embattled state-owned enterprises (SOEs) or public projects experts say, after plans were announced...
Pattern of wasteful expenditure as audit regression increases
Pattern of wasteful expenditure as audit regression increases
According to Auditor General Kimi Makwetu, audit results for national and provincial government departments and their entities have regressed...
Parastatals: Privatisation won’t solve the crisis
Parastatals: Privatisation won’t solve the crisis
South Africa’s state-owned enterprises (SOEs) are in crisis.
SA needs to sober up to save itself from sickly SEOs
SA needs to sober up to save itself from sickly SEOs
The South African government is said to be seriously considering selling its stake in telecommunication firm, Telkom, in order to...
SABC can't touch Hlaudi Motsoeneng's pension says his lawyer
SABC can't touch Hlaudi Motsoeneng's pension says his lawyer
The SABC interim board’s bid to recoup money from former SABC COO Hlaudi Motsoeneng will fail, his lawyer Zola Majavu told News24 on Wednesday....
Economic exclusion feeds the politics of patronage in South Africa
Economic exclusion feeds the politics of patronage in South Africa
The politics of South Africa’s governing African National Congress (ANC) may be hogging today’s headlines, but they are a symptom of the...

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