Lloyd Gedye is the Mail & Guardian's business and arts reporter.
Foreign investors pulled R12.8-billion in one week, the biggest outflow since 2008, casting a harsh light on policy direction and the trade deficit.
Given the deterioration of the continent’s prospects, the question is who would want to take over the bank's 62% stake in JSE-listed Barclays Africa.
A year after his successful twin-album comeback, the Purple One does his thing again.
Guitarist Mdou Moctar stars in an adaptation of Prince's movie Purple Rain - transferred to the deserts of Niger.
The new head of the SA Institute of Advancement, which connects nonprofits with funders, is up against board members and the former chief executive.
Bantu Continua Uhuru Consciousness confront the current political malaise through the power of music.
There is widespread evidence of the pay-TV operator clearly trying to dictate state policy.
The troubling themes of treachery, deception and duplicity lie at the dark heart of many recent books by South African authors.
Government is allowing the construction firms that colluded on mega-state projects to get off lightly, writes Lloyd Gedye.
The state hopes to end the bleeding of government funds and fight corruption by establishing a central list of vetted suppliers.