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The battle for Donbas and its consequences 

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It is now nearly two months since the Russian invasion of Ukraine and there is no sign of an early end to the war. After

The Battle over Cryptocurrencies: Governments and Banks vs the Upstarts

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On the morning of the Russian invasion last month, a 20 year old Ukrainian fled his home with a USB stick and a passcode. These

Wild dogs make the kill: Can a coalition bring about post-ANC reform?

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Gazing into what might lie ahead for the country has a large following in South Africa. That is because of our condition of misgovernance and

The Ukraine invasion: SA, and world power shifts

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The Russian invasion of Ukraine has shifted the post-Cold War order and is laying the ground for a more dangerous world. In this sorting out

The Ukraine Economic Shock Fallout: Inflation and Price Controls?

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The economic shock set off by the Russian invasion of Ukraine will be among the most severe in at least 50 years. It is igniting

Russian victory and oppression or a Russian defeat and a new era for democracy?

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There are basically two broad scenarios for what will happen in Ukraine and the longer-term global impact of the Russian invasion.  The first expects that

Ukraine: SA has made a costly choice

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South Africa could pay heavily for abstaining in the United Nations (UN) vote to condemn Russia and call for the withdrawal of its troops. It

Ukraine and Putin’s demise?

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Ahead of the Russian invasion of Ukraine last week, President Vladimir Putin seemed to have great military might at his command. Yet nearly a week later,

State-Owned Enterprises are dragging down the country and nothing is being done

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One issue that will be keenly watched in this afternoon’s Budget Speech as a sign of government resolve will be whether the Minister of Finance,

A BIG present for the election

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To be sure to win the 2024 election, the ANC may need to come up with a generous present for many voters. Making the Covid