Jo'burg born and bred, Lisa Steyn couldn’t imagine a more exciting time or place to be a journalist.When denied a spot to study graphic design, she wouldn’t have guessed it was really a stroke of luck. Steyn instead took up journalism as a fall-back option not expecting the course to lead to a career as a reporter. While at the University of Pretoria she also majored in English and Visual Communication and went on to acquire an honours in journalism from Wits University. She came on board the Mail & Guardian's business team at the end of 2011, but was already a familiar face at the publication after taking part in its internship programme in 2010.
The health minister says the media portrays the department as failing to provide drugs for patients, but supply is also subject to business decisions.
President Jacob Zuma has stressed that incorporating the African Union anthem in SA schools and churches will help build African unity.
Support is growing in Australia for a parliamentary investigation into oversupply of the metal as prices continue to fall.
Electricity shortages are expected to affect growth and the Reserve Bank's forecast has been revised downwards as a result.
The ANC has said retirement savings may be the answer to the state-owned power utility's woes.
South32, which has been listed locally in an effort to simplify the mining giant’s portfolio, aims to be a ‘nimble’ player in the minerals market.
Unemployment in South Africa is one of the highest in the world – and employers are struggling more than ever to fill skilled positions.
Unless suspended chief executive Tshediso Matona goes quietly, there will be an ugly spectacle over who's the boss.
The commissioner's report is complete but there was no word of whether it would give rise to charges.
But efficiency and sustainability are still at odds with the way in which our cities work when it comes to power.