Sunday 4 October 2015 19:24
Africa faces the largest challenge to meet Sustainable Development Goal one, writes Jakkie Cilliers.
Sunday 4 October 2015 08:48
National Union of Mineworkers will strike in the crucial coal industry from Sunday after wage talks collapsed earlier this week in a country that relies heavily on coal for electricity.
Saturday 3 October 2015 19:19
Scotland came out in full force in the second half after trailing 20 – 3 against the Springboks.
Saturday 3 October 2015 18:33
With the first 40 minutes done and dusted the Springboks lead Scotland by 20 points to three .
Saturday 3 October 2015 16:41
World famous French economist, Professor Thomas Piketty, has warned that if the high levels of inequality in South Africa are not addressed adequately, it could lead to violence.
Saturday 3 October 2015 11:31
It is often said that South Africa is the most unequal society in the world.
Saturday 3 October 2015 10:35
Donald Moatshe, one of the most popular singers at the moment in the country, is setting the music scene alight with his latest album called Black and White.
Saturday 3 October 2015 07:25
World Rugby has announced that it intends to honour Former President Nelson Mandela by inducting him into the Rugby Hall of Fame.
Friday 2 October 2015 20:15
The Department of Energy announced on Friday that 93 grade petrol would decrease by two cents per litre from October 7.
Friday 2 October 2015 19:31
South African stocks ended higher on Friday with gold producers among the top gainers.
Friday 2 October 2015 11:45
The word ‘innovation’ has had its meaning rubbed smooth by overuse. Aside from academic circles, where it remains distinct and imbued with obscure and technical meanings.
Friday 2 October 2015 05:51
The South African tourism industry has written to deputy president Cyril Ramaphosa, asking for the new visa regulations to be scrapped immediately.
Thursday 1 October 2015 23:25
New forms of mobility are needed to ensure the escalating cost of traffic congestion is brought to a halt, Johannesburg Mayor Parks Tau said on Thursday.
Thursday 1 October 2015 23:16
South Africa's rand was a touch firmer against a wobbly dollar on Thursday, on track for a third consecutive daily gain as investors found renewed appetite for high yielding emerging markets.
Thursday 1 October 2015 22:15
South Africa's new visa rules will cost the tourism industry $540 million in yearly revenue, the head of an industry body said on Thursday.
Thursday 1 October 2015 19:33
French economist, Thomas Piketty says implementing a minimum wage system is one of the ways in which South Africa can begin to reduce its high levels of inequality.
Thursday 1 October 2015 17:46
September’s new vehicle sales in SA declined by 9% year-on-year (y/y) to 55 322 units, the Department of Trade and Industry’s monthly data showed on Thursday.
Thursday 1 October 2015 16:21
Although classified as female at birth, a man has made South African legal history by becoming the first transgender person to enter into a surrogacy agreement.
Thursday 1 October 2015 16:11
The Institute of Security Studies has applauded the SA Police Service for promoting 14 000 constable and sergeants.
Thursday 1 October 2015 15:59
Petrochemicals group Sasol has taken a wait and see stance on the possible resumption of crude oil imports from Iran, following the landmark July 14 agreement.