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​Thulebona Mhlanga

​Thulebona Mhlanga

Thulebona Mhlanga is financial trainee journalist  at the Mail & Guardian, currently enrolled for a masters in politics at the University of Johannesburg. In addition to her fervent interest in business writing, reading and educating others around issues of financial literacy, she volunteers her time to projects assisting women and promoting social justice. 
    International buyers find hidden gems in Durban
    International buyers find hidden gems in Durban
    Durban was buzzing with energy this week as it hosted the biggest travel and tourism trade fair, the Africa Travel Indaba, under the theme...
    SA-India sisters call for more government support
    SA-India sisters call for more government support
    Despite South Africa creating opportunities for women to start businesses, the country is low on an index of women entrepreneurs.
    Shake up economy, says think-tank
    Shake up economy, says think-tank
    With the fourth industrial revolution taking place globally, South Africa cannot go on with business as usual, according to the Industrial...
    North West town eerily calm after protest
    North West town eerily calm after protest
    In Jouberton a small township in Klerksdorp, partially burnt car tyres and rubble are the only signs a protest took place earlier. Now the streets...
    Labour tenants to be first in line
    Labour tenants to be first in line
    Labour tenants, who work for a landowner in exchange for the right to use a portion of the land for their sustenance, could be the first beneficiaries of the government’s policy to expropriate land without compensation....
    Lamberti quits as Imperial head
    Lamberti quits as Imperial head
    Embattled Imperial chief executive Mark Lamberti has finally resigned as head of Imperial Holdings and will be replaced by the company’s current...
    Lamberti finally resigns from BLSA
    Lamberti finally resigns from BLSA
    Imperial chief executive Mark Lamberti has resigned from his position as a director at Business Leadership South Africa (BLSA). He, however,...
    Everything keeps going wrong for Lamberti
    Everything keeps going wrong for Lamberti
    Imperial chief executive Mark Lamberti may have resigned as an Eskom board member, and is expected to quit as a director of Business Leadership...
    ‘My victory should help all women’
    ‘My victory should help all women’
    Challenging Imperial Holdings chief executive Mark Lamberti for calling her a “female employment equity” candidate was not about self-enrichment but rather to help other women speak out, says Adila Chowan, the former group financial manager at Imperial subsidiary Associated...
    South Africa should care about the US-China trade turf
    South Africa should care about the US-China trade turf
    South Africa has found itself in the middle of a potential trade war between the United States and China. As the old adage goes ― when two...
    Say goodbye to unsolicited calls and SMSes
    Say goodbye to unsolicited calls and SMSes
    Are you fed-up with being harassed by unsolicited phone calls and SMSes from marketers and even political parties? This might be coming to an end...
    Slice of life: A cool new voice in gaming
    Slice of life: A cool new voice in gaming
    Everyone games, hey. Pac-Man, Tetris, chess ... that’s gaming. You saw Malusi Gigaba playing Candy Crush in Parliament recently. It’s a form of...