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Saul’s bold last stand for the ANC

The fate of the ANC is on the line as the next generation of party leaders fight to ‘reinvent the future’ in contested provinces

Editorial: Water is a right in SA in name only

Enough money has been spent to supply 95% of all households with water infrastructure

KFC falls fowl in Britain with chicken run

Hundreds of KFC outlets remained shut in the the UK due to a supply crisis after the company changed delivery partners

#MduduziManana: Being called gay is not an insult

Since Sunday evening, social media has been ablaze with news implicating the deputy minister of education for allegedly beating up a woman.

SA’s ferocious fast food appetite

In the face of waning incomes, rising food prices and a weak and volatile currency, the takeaway market is growing.

Takeaways and technology keep South Africans happy

According to a report analysing customer satisfaction, fast food chains and a technology company rank in the top five brands for 2015.

Selfies and queues as KFC returns

For Zimbabwe, the re-opening of the fast-food outlet is a good sign.

KFC follows Nigerian fast food pioneer in African growth

Global fast food retailers are moving into the underserved African market and following in the footsteps of a successful local entrepreneur.

SA banks in massive data breach

A variant of malware called Dexter has cost local banks tens of millions of rand in one of the worst breaches of customer card data in SA history.

KFC’s secret recipe for growth

Emerging markets are loving the colonel's fried chicken but expansion in Africa remains tricky.

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