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Friedrich Hayek. Picture: GETTY IMAGES/HULTON ARCHIVES

LETTER: We should be getting ready for bust

Austrians Ludwig von Mises and Friedrich Hayek think inflation comes wholly from government and its monopoly right to print money

LETTER: Mantashe’s place

Gwede Mantashe. Picture: PUXLEY MAKGATHO

Gwede Mantashe never mentions the ‘low’ commodity prices or attacks the global markets that ultimately determine our fate

LETTER: Make history a priority

Picture: THINKSTOCK

A change in the perspective and period of focus is long overdue

LETTER: Fleecing visitors

 Picture: THINKSTOCK

What does Airports Company SA make of the bribe-soliciting traffic cops preying on travellers at OR Tambo

LETTER: Mining is changing

Labour Minister Mildred Oliphant. Picture: SUNDAY WORLD

Clearly the mining industry worldwide is looking to cut costs and to ensure its survival

LETTER: Ministry should enforce taxi rules

Picture: SUNDAY TIMES

The employer (the taxi owner) is required to provide written conditions and particulars of employment, including benefits such as various types of leave (annual, sick and family responsibility), work hours and rest times

LETTER: Holomisa among best

Makaziwe Mandela and  Bantu Holomisa. Picture: REUTERS

As time heals, it is entirely within the realm of possibility that Bantu Holomisa’s path back into the political mainstream is being paved

Berkshire Hathaway chairman Warren Buffett.  Picture: REUTERS

LETTER: The rich always win

If there are losses on the horizon then business will either cut its losses or relocate, like Anglo American

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The Third Umpire

Former Prasa chief engineer Daniel Mtimkulu. The rail agency is demanding that he refund money earned during the years he held the position, after it emerged that he falsely claimed to hold a doctorate in engineering.

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Telecommunications and Postal Services Minister Siyabonga Cwele, who has been so conspicuous by his absence despite the problems experienced by the SA Post Office that he may as well be a spy in deep cover.

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Barack Obama, the first US president to address the African Union, for making the effort to focus on US-Africa relations as his second term draws to an end. May it be as fruitful as his Cuban and Iranian interventions.

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