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Good news for Africa’s queers
Good news for Africa’s queers
An eight-part podcast series looking into the experiences of “queer Africans living, loving, thriving and surviving on the continent and in the...
Uber: It’s drivers vs the corporate machine
Uber: It’s drivers vs the corporate machine
Uber will deal with aggrieved drivers individually and not as a group.
Uber, Taxify: Drivers v corporate
Uber, Taxify: Drivers v corporate
On Monday morning, thousands of concerned Uber and Taxify drivers met to discuss a memorandum which they delivered to the Uber head offices in...
Jo’burg cash flow under a microscope
Jo’burg cash flow under a microscope
It was third time lucky for Johannesburg mayor Herman Mashaba, who finally managed to get the City of Johannesburg’s 2018–2019 budget approved....
Death toll at Sibanye-Stillwater mine rises to four, one miner still missing
Death toll at Sibanye-Stillwater mine rises to four, one miner still missing
A fourth miner has been found dead at an abandoned working area of a mine owned by Sibanye-Stillwater while a fifth miner remains unaccounted...
Parks Tau positions himself to capture Gauteng
Parks Tau positions himself to capture Gauteng
The ANC’s leadership contest in the country’s economic powerhouse of Gauteng is hotting up ahead of the party’s provincial elective congress...
Activist murder reveals Joburg street cameras are "turned off"
Activist murder reveals Joburg street cameras are "turned off"
The City of Johannesburg has denied allegations from South African Police Service (Saps) officials that the CCTV cameras in the city have not been...
Mashaba concludes investigation into Jo'burg storm
Mashaba concludes investigation into Jo'burg storm
An investigation into the thousands of Johannesburg properties that were destroyed in a storm late last year has concluded that not only were homes...
Cost of living spiralling in Joburg and Pretoria
Cost of living spiralling in Joburg and Pretoria
As anyone who has been to a supermarket lately knows, the cost of living in South Africa is rising dramatically. New research from the Economist...
Makhura plans Gauteng’s facelift
Makhura plans Gauteng’s facelift
Gauteng Premier David Makhura says plans to establish a bank owned by the provincial government will form an integral part of the administration’s turnaround strategy to grow the economy and create much-needed jobs....
A tiny beetle and its deadly fungus is threatening South Africa’s trees
A tiny beetle and its deadly fungus is threatening South Africa’s trees
Sandton is Johannesburg’s economic hub – home to numerous companies’ headquarters and the Johannesburg Stock Exchange. And now it has a new,...
Our favourite further mucker
Our favourite further mucker
The night Hugh Masekela died, a blanket of indigo sky hung morosely over his hometown of Johannesburg. Then a vigil of a drizzle showered the city...

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