Lukanyo Mnyanda Editor: Business Day

Lukanyo Mnyanda is the editor of Business Day since 2018. He joined the paper from Bloomberg in Edinburgh, where he had been since 2005, holding positions in Johannesburg, London and Edinburgh.

Opinion

It’s all good not to let a crisis go to waste, but will SA learn the right lessons this ...

Could recent events be a catalyst to a different approach, especially with obvious weaknesses in the security cluster?

Opinion

Fed fumble shows Reserve Bank the benefit of letting some crises go to waste

Irrespective of what happens elsewhere we can reasonably expect the economy to remain supported by historically low ...

Opinion

LUKANYO MNYANDA | Ramaphosa has unreliable partners everywhere as Brexit disputes ...

We will know soon enough whether there is new momentum in the reform agenda in SA

Opinion

Nobody is safe until we are all safe, so global solidarity is vital

Barring others from your country can work only so far, for the history of humanity is one of movement and immigration

Opinion

Moody’s outlook would have reminded squabbling ANC what governing means

Ratings agency held back review of the country’s credit score amid shenanigans about Magashule

Opinion

South Africa’s ‘behind the curve’ politicians always the last to know

Health minister acknowledges vaccine shortfall and deputy president admits Eskom is overstaffed

Opinion

Talking Turkey, and the rules of economics

The economic data gets more grim by the day, showing the lasting impact of the lockdown

Opinion

Lesetja Kganyago might have to repeat himself a few more times

How ironic that the debate about the Reserve Bank’s private shareholders is heating up again, just two weeks after the ...

Opinion

Interest rate decision will bring curious QE debate

Considering the latest inflation report, it might seem odd that economists are so divided on what the Reserve Bank will ...

Business

Moody’s bemoans South Africa’s ‘increasingly’ constrained finances amid slow progress on ...

Moody’s Investors Service says South Africa’s rating is “increasingly constrained” by its worsening fiscal position and ...