Kevin is the Mail & Guardian's business editor.
Kevin Davie travels to Iraq, the revived marshland home of the enemies Saddam Hussein set out to destroy.
After a wobbly start, bicycle schemes are taking off globally.
Kevin Davie reflects on a recent conference in Rabat held to explore the potential of a re-energised Atlantic Basin.
Europe funds extensive study into developing the Atlantic as an economic unit to counter growing import of Pacific.
Efficiency is in, waste out. The Mail & Guardian takes a look a look at why the motor-vehicle industry is causing the state's headache.
Kevin Davie cycled from Beitbridge to Cape Point in 30 days in April 2011.
You do not have to have done much travelling in the new South Africa to see how dramatically the rural landscape has changed.
Rapid urbanisation brings with it instability as new communities set up, often in informal conditions with associated social problems.
The events at Marikana last week have cast such a long shadow that right now it seems we have just two options: doom or gloom.
There have been sufficient numbers of rogue traders to warrant a page on Wikipedia that lists the most infamous scoundrels by name.