NPA sees off challenge to restraint order on Gupta assets

The Free State high court ruled that the provisional restraint order will remain in place until late October, when argument will be heard for it to be made indefinite, dismissing Oakbay’s application for a postponement

Rocky road ahead ensures quality used vehicles will remain in short supply

Covid-19 and downturn in new car sales over the past two years make sourcing used cars a challenge

China will be deglobalisation’s big loser

If President Xi Jinping allows Russia to divide the world with its war on Ukraine, it is China that will pay the heaviest price

How high rental deposits have hamstrung SA’s property market

There is a risk of market failure for tenants and landlords alike

M&G is hiring: Sub-editor

The M&G is looking for a sub-editor to join its editorial production desk.

M&G wants to publish your investigative stories through the Guardian Project

The Guardians Project is calling for proposals for in-depth investigative journalism projects that will break new ground

‘Procurement purgatory’: A legal framework in urgent need of reform

The treasury and parliament must urgently revise and table the draft public procurement bill, as a crucial step in tackling South Africa’s procurement crisis

PODCAST | Remembering Louis Maqhubela

How did the iconic master painter Louis Maqhubela change the game in the 1990's and how did he pave the way for artists today with his 'transformative' art?

Driving licence extension a ‘small victory’ – Outa

The validity period has been extended to 15 April 2022

Nominations for the Mail & Guardian’s 200 Young South Africans 2022

If you have not yet nominated a colleague, friend, yourself or a worthy youth-led project, now you can.

Will the Zulu people act in goodwill and for the will of good?

The anniversary of King Goodwill Zwelithini’s death was on 12 March; he wished for his successor to bring peace and prosperity

Action SA wants Makhosi Khoza removed from eThekwini council

A damning report terminating Khoza’s Action SA membership accuses her of aggressive and threatening behaviour, being prone to conspiracy theories and a careerist.

Fake news market rakes in millions

The easiest way to combat the spread of disinformation is to prevent it from generating income through advertising

Putin’s barbaric invasion now risks creating famine in Africa

South Africa imports 30% of its wheat from Russia and Ukraine, making the country particularly vulnerable to commodity price increases and shortages

As Ukraine bleeds we forget the horror of Yemen’s ‘forgotten war’

Despite its status as the world’s largest humanitarian disaster, the international community has largely failed to respond in a meaningful way to the carnage

‘Unintended consequence of undoing apartheid’: Zim lawyers battle for admittance

A group of Zimbabweans challenging their exclusion from the bar say their home is here, and it is populist opportunism to use unemployment figures to keep their their lives in limbo

Wycliffe Mundopa: ‘I think the idea of beauty as a kind of grace and finesse is a Eurocentric notion’

Award-winning Zimbabwean painter Wycliffe Mundopa has a reputation as a recluse who prefers to let his art speak for itself. However, he recently agreed to do this Q&A with Percy Mabandu

Virtual money has been around for centuries

Barter, long thought to be our first means of financial interaction, only appeared recently

SA approached to play ‘mediation’ role in Ukraine, says Ramaphosa

Ramaphosa did not say if he had accepted the mediation role, nor did he expand on what it would entail