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[Video]Weekend 101: Of fat SA and Zuma's helpers
[Video]Weekend 101: Of fat SA and Zuma's helpers
This week, SA tops the obesity scales, new ministers are questioned on their abilities, and, at last, a happy story.
SA, India: Kindred spirits in celebration of inequality
SA, India: Kindred spirits in celebration of inequality
In the early hours of December 5 2013, I flipped through the television channels in my apartment in Doha. News had just broken of Nelson Mandela's...
Editorial: We must wake up to African growth
Editorial: We must wake up to African growth
South Africa woke up on Monday morning not having felt the seismic shift that had transformed the continent, at least ­economically, over the...
Oil, gas play second fiddle to Nigeria's services sector
Oil, gas play second fiddle to Nigeria's services sector
Nigeria leapfrogged South Africa to become Africa's largest economy, following the announcement of its rebased gross domestic product (GDP)...
Nigeria all set to overtake SA as Africa's largest economy
Nigeria all set to overtake SA as Africa's largest economy
Nigeria, Africa's most populous country and largest oil producer, is set to emerge as the continent's biggest economy on Sunday when the...
Towards effective water management
Towards effective water management
One only needs to look at where South Africa sources its water from to realise that there are significant challenges in supplying the citizens of...
Zimbabwe state hijacks maize imports
Zimbabwe state hijacks maize imports
The government's decision to ban the private import of grain, in effect allowing the state's struggling Grain Marketing Board (GMB) a...
Creativity: the great equaliser
Creativity: the great equaliser
The South African advertising industry has often been criticised as being slow to transform.
Waiting for a train
Waiting for a train
Rodney Nelson, KPMG’s global mining leader for projects, says globally, mining is profiting from the increasing urbanisation of Asia.
SADC elections a high-risk affair
SADC elections a high-risk affair
Elections in Africa are often high-risk affairs and in 2014 the majority are taking place in Southern Africa.

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