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Good for a century

Umuzi heads for its 100th title and wants to make quality its trademark.

A costly school prank

What began as a schoolboy prank four years ago is, this week, an issue before the Constitutional Court.

‘You can’t just leave people to die’

Eighty-three volunteers arrived for work at Kalafong hospital in Atteridgeville on Tuesday.

The book lives!

The book is not dead, says Jonathan Ball, managing director of Jonathan Ball Publishers.

A ‘shameful’ state of affairs

The current lack of reading culture has not helped the country's publishing industry, which was put under further pressure when the recession hit.

SMEs better at keeping score

The balanced scorecard, which is not obsessed with ownership, has made compliance easier.

Strikers dance as hospital patients are left high and dry

Crowds of healthcare workers sang and danced as they protested outside Natalspruit Hospital in Thokoza on Wednesday, watched by the police.

Strikers dance as patients are left high and dry

Crowds of healthcare workers sang and danced as they protested outside Natalspruit Hospital in Thokoza on Wednesday, watched by the police.

Lean, mean season for small fry

Bad debt, liquidation rise as small business continues to suffer from the recession.

Business Day political editor Brown joins the New Age

Political editor for <i>Business Day</i>, Karima Brown, will be leaving BDFM to become the deputy editor of the <i>New Age</i>.

Moving smoothly into print

If you're an aspiring author struggling to get your work published, help is at hand. Porcupine Press will edit, publish and promote your book for you.

The Mistry of experimental film

Different, daring, anti-mainstream -- the Durban International Film Festival is the place to be if it's the latest in experimental movies you want.

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