Thuletho Zwane

R1bn boost for black-run factories

The state's mooted industrialisation plan has been welcomed, albeit with reservations.

Mohlakeng’s underground library keeps on growing

It started with an appeal for books after protesters razed municipal facilities and now has an office, storage space and a vegetable garden.

Not just a library, it’s a revolution

Touched by the passion of the Mohlakeng youths who started the Underground Library, Randfontein mayor Mzi Khumalo has donated land for new premises.

African and Asian leaders call for new development bank

They argued that the World Bank and the IMF cannot solve the world's economic problems, and "a new global economic order" must be built.

Call for ‘new world order’ so emerging markets can shine

At a summit in Jakarta, Africa and Asia pledge to work together to stamp out the domination of certain economies.

Ramaphosa stresses need for Africa-Asia collaboration

The deputy president believes increased investment and trade between developing countries is key to accelerating economic growth

Anything is possible at the Underground Library

Conquering learning disabilities and shyness, the library in Mohlakeng on Johannesburg's West Rand makes magic happen for children.

EFF and ANC at odds over ‘offensive’ statues

The EFF has said the ruling party is too accommodating in its approach to the removal of symbols that glorify colonisation and apartheid.

EFF and ANC at odds over ‘offensive’ statues

The EFF has said the ruling party is too accommodating in its approach to the removal of symbols that glorify colonisation and apartheid.

Triple whammy: Power, petrol and rand to hit consumers

According to the department of energy "there is no need to panic at this stage" as petrol is still cheaper than a year ago.

Nehawu: ANC has shown ‘arrogance and disdain’ in wage offer

Nehawu says the ANC is taking workers for a ride after the government revised ts initial wage offer from 5.8% to 5% at the bargaining council.

Township library opens hearts

Support for the underground library arts and reading project has gone viral, with readers donating thousands of books, infrastructure and a website.

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