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Former Prasa CEO Montana comes out swinging

Former passenger rail CEO Lucky Montana has branded his dismissal on Thursday as politically motivated.

Wheels come off the taxi industry every other day

By labelling it "taxi violence", Gauteng is avoiding the volatile industry's problems in Mamelodi.

Taxi associations deny shooting of Putco bus

Suggestions of "taxi violence" have been slammed after a bus was attacked amid outrage that taxi operators were not given the chance to tender.

Shebeens’ dreams go up in smoke

Furious tavern owners have complained that the proposed anti-smoking laws will not only destroy township businesses, but also kasi culture.

Dear Gwede, recall Zuma now

Activist lawyer Paul Hoffman has called for the recall of President Jacob Zuma, whom he said was "ever more conflicted and compromised".

The fashion designer who felt the call of the ancestors

Karabo Finger was called to be a traditional healer when her mother, the family elder and a spiritual medium, died and connected her to her ancestors.

Why has the rand weakened so much?

This week we heard reports that the rand had breached the psychological level of R12.50 to the dollar and R19.22 to the pound. What does it all mean?

Quality development needed to solve crisis of unemployment

Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene says SA’s high rate of joblessness could be solved with better skills training at tertiary institutions.

AfDB sizes up candidates for president

Outogoing African Development Bank (AfDB) president Donald Kaberuka said this week the bank's governance structures and business model "were wrong".

Africa rising leaves the poor behind

The continent has shown strong economic growth in the past decade, but poverty has worsened.

Xenophobia: Residents from Marathon squatter camp share their views

The M&G interviewed the residents of Marathon near Germiston who shared their views on reintegration since the xenophobic attacks.

Community leaders promise peace after xenophobic attacks

Marathon informal settlement leaders have told foreign residents they will protect them from the small group that started the attacks.

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