2010 World Cup

Sizing up 2010 terror threat

Despite concerns about Somali jihadis, a US intelligence analyst insists crime remains a greater concern for the World Cup than terrorism.

Jordaan: Don’t judge SA on Angola attack

It is illogical to question SA's safety standards for the World Cup based on the attack in Angola, 2010 organising chief Danny Jordaan says.

Cashing in on the football

Thought all the business opportunities for 2010 were gone long ago? Well, they're not. Lynley Donnelly reports.

The green economy

Want to save yourself some serious money? Try investing in electric bike futures, writes Kevin Davie.

The tale of two World Cups

Niren Tolsi drops in on the Dutch -- who are bidding for the 2018 World Cup -- and sees the game through Oranje-tinted glasses.

Spinning South Africa

One thing is certain -- this will be the year of the South African. But how will the country be perceived by global viewers?

Icasa chair expresses ‘foreboding’ over 2010

Icasa chair Paris Mashile has expressed "foreboding" over the ability of local cellphone providers to accommodate network traffic during the 2010 Cup.

Taxis cuss the bus

Government has vowed to continue work on the BRT despite Tuesday's protests in which taxi drivers and owners brought Johannesburg to a standstill.

Bail-out for all

The South African economy needs a bail-out in the form of cheaper money -- for all of us.

The giant grows

Brent Meersman reports on the progress at Green Point, which will host a semi-final during the 2010 Fifa Soccer World Cup.

The science of sport

Demystifying science and technology for SA's youth through sport and recreation is the objective of a Science and Technology in Sport conference.

Transport road map

The consensus among most industry players is that the "road versus rail" rivalry that characterised the transport sector seems to be receding.

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20th Edition of the National Teaching Awards

Teachers are seldom recognised but they are indispensable to the country's education system

Awards affirm the vital work that teachers do

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SAB Zenzele special AGM rescheduled to March 25 2020

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