Kevin is the Mail & Guardian's business editor.
Rosatom can do it, but President Jacob Zuma and Energy Minister Tina Joemat-Pettersson's rush to go nuclear has been reckless.
Kevin Davie embarks on his quest to find a suitable route using the back roads from Johannesburg to the Cape.
An old hand-drawn map provided inspiration for a trip to the arid Northern Cape to visit the places spoken of in a Bushman's stories.
Despite recent excitement for opportunity in Africa, much-vaunted as mining's new golden goose, investment and industry are slowing to a crawl.
French economist Thomas Piketty sees the source of the 2008 financial crash in the unsustainable levels of inequality that characterises capitalism.
Kevin Davie deals with sleep monsters and hallucinations in a bid to cycle on minimal sleep and beat his previous Ride2Rhodes time.
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.