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​Three million electric cars by 2050 – if government doesn’t trip itself up
​Three million electric cars by 2050 – if government doesn’t trip itself up
There are about 300 electric cars whooshing along South Africa’s roads. By 2050, there should be three million. The only thing standing in the...
Neo M Matsunyane on being king of the open road
Neo M Matsunyane on being king of the open road
South African actor and director Neo M Matsunyane has finally found his passion – behind the camera.
Waste not, want not power plant
Waste not, want not power plant
You cannot help but notice the smell. It hangs over the cattle in their feeding lots, a heavy pungency permeating the air.
Making Scents: Scent of a car named Maggie
Making Scents: Scent of a car named Maggie
This week I delivered a series of sessions as part of a sensorium, an experiential marketing programme for a luxury car brand.
Metalworker employers meet Numsa for strike talks
Metalworker employers meet Numsa for strike talks
The South African union leading a walkout by 220 000 metalworkers will resume talks with employers on Wednesday on ending the strike after...
Numsa 'close to agreement' to end strike
Numsa 'close to agreement' to end strike
The South African union leading a walkout by 220 000 metalworkers is close to an agreement with employers on wage increases and will resume...
Workers are not your whipping boys
Workers are not your whipping boys
Last month the World Economic Forum's Global Com­petitiveness Report put South Africa at the bottom of 147 countries in terms of labour-employer relations for the second year in a row....
Mercedes-Benz to invest a further R3-billion in SA
Mercedes-Benz to invest a further R3-billion in SA
Mercedes-Benz plans to push ahead with a R3-billion investment plan in South Africa that will see it increase local output to 100 000 units a...
BMW labour woes hit hard
BMW labour woes hit hard
For four weeks BMW – the world's largest maker of luxury vehicles – halted output at its only...
Acrimony puts SA at back of the class
Acrimony puts SA at back of the class
The International Monetary Fund's country report on South Africa last week resulted in a lot of anger.