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Tshegofatso Mathe

Tshegofatso Mathe

Tshegofatso Mathe is a financial trainee journalist at the Mail & Guardian.
State delays wheat cuts
State delays wheat cuts
Government stands accused of not timeously implementing tariff cuts on imported wheat, which could result in consumers paying more for wheat...
The GPL hosts the 5th Vita Basadi Awards
The GPL hosts the 5th Vita Basadi Awards
Behind the glitz and glamour of the Vita Basadi awards are the unsung heroines, community builders, leaders and philanthropists who push for...
GDP and the valium economy
GDP and the valium economy
You could almost hear the nation holding its breath this Tuesday as the gross domestic product (GDP) figures for the second quarter were released....
DTI yet to pay, despite court order
DTI yet to pay, despite court order
The Pretoria high court has ordered the department of trade and industry (DTI) to pay Murendi Properties and Building Suppliers, a company in its...
Economy rebounds but hold the champagne for now
Economy rebounds but hold the champagne for now
South Africa’s economy rebounded in the second quarter with Statistics South Africa (StatsSA) recording an increase of 3.1% in gross domestic...
Shoprite spazas serve eKasi
Shoprite spazas serve eKasi
On the main road in Zonkizizwe township in Katlehong on the East Rand stands an unmissable container spaza shop embellished in yellow and red. The...
SA Express passengers grounded for 24 hours
SA Express passengers grounded for 24 hours
South African Express (SA Express) passengers have been made to wait for 24 hours at the OR Tambo International airport to board their flights to...
Business tycoon Thandi Ndlovu remembered
Business tycoon Thandi Ndlovu remembered
Construction tycoon Thandi Ndlovu studied as a doctor and ended up changing the built environment of the people for whom she had decided to go to...
Upmarket homes take price hit
Upmarket homes take price hit
The slowing economy has resulted in residential sales in the luxury end of the market — above R3-million — falling into deflation in...
The NHI Bill is ‘not doom and gloom’
The NHI Bill is ‘not doom and gloom’
While there is uncertainty about the role that private medical providers will play when the National Health Insurance Bill (NHI) gets implemented,...
Rwanda’s gingerbread house
Rwanda’s gingerbread house
Early last Thursday morning, a group of South Africans landed at Kigali airport in Rwanda. The land of a thousand hills and mountains covered in...
You too can win on the JSE
You too can win on the JSE
Like to have had a 12.2% return on a JSE investment during the second quarter of this year? Well, you should have thought of wheat. It eclipsed...