SA’s sugar industry under assault
But health groups say the sector’s enduring woes have nothing to do with the sugar tax



PetroSA former board members lose bid for reinstatement
The Western Cape High Court has dismissed the former PetroSA board members’ application to be reinstated.


ANC weighs its options on KwaZulu-Natal provincial structure
The decision to take legal counsel was taken at a special National Executive Committee (NEC) meeting held in Centurion today.


Uber loses licence to operate in London: authorities
Transport for London said the conduct of the ride-hailing app, which has around 25 000 drivers operating in the British capital, had raised concerns.


China's plastic demand is rising with the ban on foreign rubbish
China plans to ban waste-plastic imports by the end of this year, curbing domestic plastic recycling.


VCs: Set a trend for moderate pay
By accepting more modest remuneration packages, varsity vice-chancellors can send a powerful message to bosses in the corporate and parastatal sectors


Airport idle, jumbos take the highway
Prasa’s Moloto rail project partners have a history of leaving white elephants and debt in their wake

M&G Africa

The Sikasso paradox: Can the Mali miracle be repeated?
Mali’s most fertile region is also its most malnourished. But that is changing


KZN cancer patients sent home with panados as treatment waiting lists grow
State cancer patients have nowhere to turn, even if their cancer is treatable


Cricket-mad Afghans brave the bombs
The T20 series has reignited interest in the game as fans and players alike refuse to be intimidated

Arts & Culture

Feelings don’t get the respect they deserve
"Feelings are at the core of everything we do and yet we do not give them the intellectual, personal and public attention they deserve".

Client Media Releases

Roadshows create awareness of Sanral's youth programmes
Business models and books to abandon
FTI offers discounted Business Analysis courses
SENTECH achieves another clean audit