Lloyd Gedye is the Mail & Guardian's business and arts reporter.
At last, television viewers in South Africa are being given real alternatives to the fare forced on them.
Already four years behind schedule, the Limpopo coal power station is now only projected to be fully on line by 2019 at the earliest.
The petrol producer is accused of delaying tactics in its bid to get pollution levels lowered
For starters, the utility's overreliance on diesel turbines will hurt it financially in the short and long term.
An increase in lawyers specialising in healthcare has led to a sharp rise in medical negligence claims
The Independent Communications Authority of South Africa has been urged to unlock competition in the mobile data markets.
The new legislation could strengthen the Competition Act to enable instruments such as forced divestiture.
The small electronics industry body is accusing two of its heads of being 'empowerment raiders'.
The chemical firm's appeal against a Competition Tribunal decision could be the catalyst for government to wield the big stick over pricing.
The cellphone giant's mooted new buy is just one example of how the telecoms sector is converging.