High court tells Trillian: ‘Pay back the Eskom money’
The Gupta-linked company has been ordered to repay embattled power utility Eskom



Water supplier to shut off taps in Jo’burg for 54 hours
Johannesburg Water’s main bulk supplier will be shut down for 54 hours from June 24, affecting large parts of Gauteng


Court refuses EFF application to appeal Manuel defamation judgment
Judge says false allegations of corruption are “among the most serious and egregious”

M&G Africa

Why it’s hard to stop Ebola spreading — between people and across borders
Borders are porous between North Kivu province of the DRC and neighbouring countries, so the potential for spread is highly likely


NGOs sue government, Ramaphosa over Mpumalanga’s ‘deadly air’
Government is being sued by environmental activist groups who say it is infringing on residents’ right to clean air


Youth want to farm, but not as slave labour
Millions are interested in agriculture, but stigma and low wages drive them to greener pastures


Libra, the cryptocurrency spearheaded by Facebook, arrives
Unlike other digital or cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin, the Libra is intended to be backed by real assets


Slovakia swears in first woman president Caputova
The 45-year-old environmental lawyer was sworn in as the EU's first female president.


Using the only birth control in stock isn't a choice, it's a sign something's wrong
We've proven Depo Provera doesn't make it easier to contract HIV. But African women are still left with too few contraceptive choices.

Arts & Culture

BOOK REVIEW: Understanding Sharia Islamic law in a globalised world
This book is a must read for those seeking to understand an important worldview that no longer remains hidden in the sands of the desert


Sarri takes charge at Juventus after leaving Chelsea
The Italian coach returned home to take charge of the Old Lady after a season of mixed emotions in London

Client Media Releases

UKZN backs its team at Comrades
Dean makes history