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​The changing world of work – where does an MBA fit into the picture?
​The changing world of work – where does an MBA fit into the picture?
An MBA degree has long been regarded as the pre-eminent qualification for business leaders, but in the current environment of rapid technological...
Pupils punished for taking a knee during Israeli national anthem
Pupils punished for taking a knee during Israeli national anthem
Last Thursday during a ceremony at Herzlia Middle School in Cape Town, two learners knelt in protest during the playing of Hatikvah, the Israeli...
RwandAir launches route between Cape Town, Harare and Kigali
RwandAir launches route between Cape Town, Harare and Kigali
The route between Cape and Harare is en route to Kigali, where RwandAir connects with flights on their network that transport people and cargo to...
Crisis proofing South Africa’s water security
Crisis proofing South Africa’s water security
South Africa is often referred to as the 30th...
Rustenburg High shows up its junior school
Rustenburg High shows up its junior school
While concerned parents continue to urge transformation at Rustenburg Girls’ Junior School (RGJS), Rustenburg Girls’ High School (RGHS) has...
Cape school accused of coercing black teacher to resign
Cape school accused of coercing black teacher to resign
A grade five pupil at a school in the pristine southern suburbs of Cape Town asked a flabbergasted parent “Are black teachers real teachers?”...
Mihalik shooting: Two KZN men appear in court for 'premeditated' murder
Mihalik shooting: Two KZN men appear in court for 'premeditated' murder
Two men from KwaZulu-Natal who are accused of murdering lawyer Pete Mihalik and injuring his minor son made a brief appearance in a heavily-guarded...
‘It’ll happen again’ say Silver Town  fire victims
‘It’ll happen again’ say Silver Town  fire victims
Thuliswa January, like many others who lost their homes in the fire that left over 1 300 Khayelitsha residents homeless last weekend, blames the...
Seeking mobility justice
Seeking mobility justice
Earlier this year, Capetonians narrowly averted the drought-induced crisis with the apocalyptic name 'Day Zero' when the taps would eventually run...
The Two Tales of ‘Tin Can Town’
The Two Tales of ‘Tin Can Town’
The Central Metho­dist Mission Church on Cape Town’s ­Greenmarket Square was filled with piano music and worshippers attending a lunchtime...
Silver Town: The picture of devastation
Silver Town: The picture of devastation
It was as if a lightning bolt had struck, leaving a gaping hole where homes had once been. In the burnt-out wreckage, people — tiny figurines...
MyCiti bus strike continues
MyCiti bus strike continues
A unprotected strike by MyCiti bus drivers appeared to enter its second day on Tuesday as the bus service announced disruptions to several routes...

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