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The exotic game market goes bang

Insane prices were paid for high-value species — then there was a lull, followed by a crash

Who cares about Johann Rupert anyway?

Businessperson Johann Rupert caused a Twitter storm with users describing him as racist, tribalist and arrogant for his comments

Baleka Mbete: ‘Throwing stones at each other is very unANC’

ANC chairperson Baleka Mbete says one man can’t be blamed for all the party’s problems

When CEOs call themselves activists and activists become CEOs

It shouldn’t surprise us that CEOs earn far more than workers, but what should is that CEOs have now become part of activism culture in South Africa.

Race is dividing SA – Motlanthe, de Klerk, Rupert

Former presidents FW de Klerk and Kgalema Motlanthe, and business tycoon, Johann Rupert, spoke of race and social inequality at a conference.

Richemont earnings growth ebbs on Chinese market slowdown

Richemont's full year earnings have slowed in comparison with the last three years, as the Chinese government cracked down on spending by officials.

Knowing what makes women tick essential for watchmakers

Luxury brands have turned their attention to female customers with an aim to have them buy as many watches as they do shoes.

Fracking: Shell SA’s shale drive riles farmers

Shell's Karoo fracking plans have catalysed a battle between the government and farmers as well as conservationists like billionaire Johann Rupert.

Farmers say ‘no fracking way’ to Shell

Stage set for showdown over 'misleading, biased, unprocedural and unconstitutional' application.

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