Lloyd Gedye is the Mail & Guardian's business and arts reporter.
The Independent Communications Authority of South Africa has been urged to unlock competition in the mobile data markets.
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.
A landmark ruling makes it easier for local plastic goods firms to compete with foreign companies.
The music was excellent, but the conventional organisation of the Cape Town Jazz Festival went against the grain.
Carlo Mbombelli, a jazz enthusiast and lecturer. If he's not busy teaching, he can be found on stage and in studio.
African and Western musicians collaborate to produce rich music influenced by their different cultures.
Recreated from 1 200 pages of radio broadcast transcripts, "Hate Radio" tells the story of the horrific days of the Rwandan Genocide in 1994.
You get a glimpse of the man behind the myth in Peter Ames Carlin's biography, "Bruce", chronicling the life of rock 'n roller Bruce Springsteen.