Peter Bruce was editor-at-large at Arena Holdings (formerly Tiso Blackstar Group) and editor-in-chief of Business Day, Financial Mail and ABC, the broadcaster of the Business Day TV, Home and Ignition television channels. He was editor of Business Day from 2001 until August 2012. His previous roles include editor: Financial Mail; editor: Business Report; UK news editor: Financial Times; and Madrid correspondent, Bonn correspondent, industrial correspondent: Financial Times. He describes himself as a media junkie, a die-hard Proteas and Springbok fan and a hopeless Sharks supporter.

Bloodless e-election will rob DA of ideas

Opinion

Party will repeat its 2019 mistakes if it elects leaders without vigorous campaigns

Does anyone have a plan for SAA?

Opinion

The history of executives and ministers keeping the national airline aloft is a record of nauseating follies

What if Cyril Ramaphosa’s silver bullet misses the mark?

Opinion

As lockdown is his last medical shot, the financial package is also his final sovereign economic volley at the virus

Here’s to the health of the nation — and the business it needs

Opinion

Covid-19 has brought home the true function of the state: it's health, not education

Pass the witblits and save us from the fools

Opinion

I would be interested in a credible survey of South African attitudes to the coronavirus.

ANC stealing money to throw at nosediving SAA

Opinion

The airline serves no strategic importance other than providing cadres and their families with free flights

Ramaphosa faces expropriation Rubicon

Opinion

In all of the world’s most successful economies, property rights are sacrosanct. The moment a minister or an official ...

Ramaphosa faces his expropriation without compensation Rubicon

Opinion

In all of the world’s most successful economies, property rights are sacrosanct. The moment a minister or an official ...

Focus on the economy, not race

Opinion

DA has to grab the economic debate and run with it

Cabinet’s fear of the unions means we’re screwed

Opinion

Tito Mboweni had a chance to ensure we wouldn’t get a Moody’s downgrade, and he fluffed it, as did Pravin Gordhan

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