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SA sugar industry outlook still sour

Health tax adds to woes of local producers, who want it dropped, but experts say the industry is simply not competitive enough

Free debt review for the poor

Debt counselling includes fees that some people cannot afford but a new Bill aims to prevent socioeconomic discrimination

Carbon tax gets a muted welcome

Critics range from those who feel it is too little too late to those who feel they should be exempted from it

Slice of life: ‘Hei Café helped me thrive’

'I found a community that helped me to begin my adaptation in South Africa'

A market darling falls to Earth

EOH was dogged by corruption allegations — and then Microsoft cut its contract

Social media influencers must #ad it

To protect the public, people should disclose when they are paid to promote products

Tyme’s up for entrenched banks

Tymebank had its official launch this week

SMEs, public work programmes get billions to boost jobs

The fund will receive R3.2-billion over the next three years

Fellow unions call out Amcu on strike tactics

Central to the dispute between Amcu and Sibanye are efforts to verify union membership numbers

Sibanye-Stillwater warns of possible job cuts

The gold producer is locked in an ongoing wage dispute with AMCU and is facing ongoing losses at its gold operations

Microplastic pollution on tap in SA

Particulates, prevalent in cosmetic and household products, and are now in our food chain

High hopes, not much dope in marijuana beer and gin

It’s now okay to smoke cannabis, or at least it’s legal as long as you don’t buy your supply. But what about drinking it?

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