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Tebogo Tshwane

Tebogo Tshwane

Tebogo Tshwane is an Adamela Trust financial journalism trainee at the Mail & Guardian. She was previously a general news intern at Eyewitness News and a current affairs show presenter at the Voice of Wits FM. Tshwane is passionate about socioeconomic issues and understanding how macroeconomic activities affect ordinary people. She holds a journalism honours degree from Wits University. 
    African trade far from free
    African trade far from free
    South Africa has finally signed the Africa Continental Free Trade Agreement, but the journey towards creating a common market of goods and services...
    Moyane: Ramaphosa blinked first, 'sanity has prevailed'
    Moyane: Ramaphosa blinked first, 'sanity has prevailed'
    Suspended South African Revenue Service (Sars) commissioner Tom Moyane said on Monday...
    IoT tech fires up savvy SA start-ups
    IoT tech fires up savvy SA start-ups
    As what has been called the coldest day of 2018 swept across Johannesburg on Tuesday, dozens of people found themselves destitute after their homes...
    Brace yourself for tougher times
    Brace yourself for tougher times
    As temperatures plummeted across the county this week, fuel prices hit record highs of R16.02 for a litre of 95-octane petrol in Gauteng. 
    How Moyane led Sars to  brink of ruin
    How Moyane led Sars to brink of ruin
    ‘It’s almost as though a piece of you gets chipped [away] every day, every day, every day. I reached a stage where I decided to resign in...
    South Africa walks mining tightrope
    South Africa walks mining tightrope
    South African mining stocks lost R50-billion after the first draft of Mining Charter III was published in June last year.
    Employees claim that fear stalked Sars during Moyane's reign
    Employees claim that fear stalked Sars during Moyane's reign
    There was an atmosphere of fear, mistrust and a culture of being sidelined at the South African Revenue Service (Sars) according to employees who...
    SARS did not need to be restructured ― Gordhan
    SARS did not need to be restructured ― Gordhan
    Minister of Public Enterprises and former South African Revenue Services (Sars) commissioner Pravin Gordhan defended his record at the institution...
    Emerging markets in trade war crossfire
    Emerging markets in trade war crossfire
    The rand took a beating this week as it reached lows last seen six months ago and edged dangerously close to the R14-to-the-dollar mark. Experts...
    Glass straws and fresh produce help zap plastic waste
    Glass straws and fresh produce help zap plastic waste
    Although some major retailers and fast-food outlets have announced that they will be reducing their plastic footprint over the next few years, at...
    Jo’burg’s waste war heats up
    Jo’burg’s waste war heats up
    Globally there has never been this much concern about what plastic is doing to us. In Johannesburg this means that from next week households will...
    Jo’burg cash flow under a microscope
    Jo’burg cash flow under a microscope
    It was third time lucky for Johannesburg mayor Herman Mashaba, who finally managed to get the City of Johannesburg’s 2018–2019 budget approved....