Khumbudzo Ntshavheni has notched up a couple of successes on her watch. But the communications minister now risks making a hash of things.
A new electricity pricing methodology, proposed by energy regulator Nersa last September, has led to a significant backlash and for good reason. By Manie de Waal.
President Cyril Ramaphosa has defended the ANC’s long-held policy of a “mixed economy” for South Africa, one where there is a big role for the state. History suggests he’s wrong.
As we work to grow our economy and create employment, there is much debate about the relative roles of the state and business in pursuing these goals. By Cyril Ramaphosa.
Telkom and Icasa are playing a game of chicken ahead of a planned spectrum auction next month. The stakes could not be higher.
All indications are that financial services will be characterised by unprecedented competition in the 21st century. By FNB Retail CEO Raj Makanjee.
New Telkom CEO Serame Taukobong has a challenge on his hands: the mobile growth story that underpinned the business in recent years appears to be ending.
The solution to all the central-planning madness involved in awarding broadband spectrum in South Africa is simple: make it all tradeable. By Ivo Vegter.
The second part of deputy chief justice Raymond Zondo’s report into state capture provides more evidence to fire looting politicians and officials. By Wayne Duvenage.
South Africa is in a mess. But it’s not too late to fix things, argues Nedgroup Investments’ Trevor Garvin.