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Financial Mail - - YOU SAID... - Tim Bester Richard Rich­man Makhubela Hans Buss­cher Radira Boiyane Anita Marais Ar­mand­christina du Plessis Mar­gon Ro­mano

With Dis-chem’s list­ing in 2016, in­vestors have a tough call to make be­tween the com­pany and Clicks, its ri­val in the health and beauty sec­tor.

“In­vestors” will, no doubt, base their de­ci­sion on the best in­sider knowl­edge they can find.

Is crony­ism unique to some SA firms? We might feel over­whelmed by all the wrong­do­ing that is grab­bing the head­lines, but what if it is only the tip of the ice­berg?

Cor­rup­tion is ev­ery­where. Some [sec­tors] of this coun­try need to be con­demned for cor­rupt prac­tices, be­cause mil­lions suf­fer as a re­sult thereof.

How can Tiger Brands re­store trust after the firm’s loss of rep­u­ta­tion due to the lis­te­rio­sis cri­sis?

Will the com­pany ever get its name back?

Supra Mahumapelo should pack his bags and go. He has run the North West into the ground.

There was Idi Amin, there was Mobutu Sese Seko, there was Sani Abacha, there was Robert Mu­gabe, there was Ja­cob Zuma, there is Joseph Ka­bila, and now there is Mahumapelo . . . Mahumapelo will prob­a­bly be­come an am­bas­sador some­where.

Why was SA’S former top spy, Arthur Fraser, moved to the post of na­tional

This is a ma­jor prob­lem for Ramaphosa: pro­tect a cadre, or make good on a prom­ise to fight cor­rup­tion. This is just the truth sur­fac­ing after be­ing sup­pressed for so long. It’s pay­back time — and the dirt the ANC swept un­der the car­pet is now be­ing ex­posed.

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