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Lloyd Gedye

National Arts Council surplus policy ‘breaks Act’

A funding policy loophole seems to be encouraging feeding at the trough at the NAC

Surveillance capitalists overthrow the sovereignty of individuals

Disinformation — turbocharged by social media algorithms — buries lies and propaganda in 'facts'.

South Africa’s auto sector is heading for an overhaul

New guidelines from the Competition Commission should result in cheaper repairs and services for vehicles, and more choice in where to have them done

Canary in the coalmine: How Christopher Dorner keeps showing up in protest music

Musicians break genre boundaries and, through the lyrics about the Los Angeles police officer who killed cops, express black anger

A Player in apartheid gets award

South Africa’s legendary golfer, who is said to have aided the past regime, is honoured by Trump

Another blow for crisis-ridden Prasa

Adding to the debt-ridden state entity’s woes, the rail agency now faces prosecution for anti-competitive conduct regarding bus terminals and services

Matorokisi ignites a global groove

From Brits to Beijing, people are going crazy for Makhadzi’s smash hit which was born from a DJ Call Me beat

Public transport inequality

The Competition Commission’s market inquiry reveals that South Africa’s public transport system remains skewed by class, advantaging middle- and high-income earners

Shopping malls are ‘killing’ independent retailers

The Competition Commission’s Grocery Retail Inquiry has found national supermarket chains are putting small, independent players out of business

Competition Tribunal hears meat supply ‘cartel’ case

Food giant I&J has found itself in front of the tribunal on charges of collusion in the beef sector

MultiChoice and SABC in cahoots over control mechanism

Controversy over the set-top box, which has delayed the government’s rollout of digital television for 16 years, rages on at the Zondo commission

Kropz’s ‘irregular’ water licence

Environmental groups issues with the Western Cape phosphate mine’s water use licence will go before the Water Tribunal

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