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Low-income black women hardest hit by noncommunicable diseases
Low-income black women hardest hit by noncommunicable diseases
Increasing rates of noncommunicable diseases — such as cancer, heart disease, type two diabetes and strokes — have surpassed HIV as the...
Tongaat Hullet - sugar farming company to exit sugar farming
Tongaat Hullet - sugar farming company to exit sugar farming
Embattled agri-processing and property giant Tongaat Hulett is preparing to pull out of sugar farming as part of a turnaround plan that has seen...
Sugar barons’ greed costs workers
Sugar barons’ greed costs workers
Sugar and property giant Tongaat Hulett is considering laying criminal charges against its former chief executive, Peter Staude, over the accounting scandal that has sent its share price into free fall and that may result in up to 5 000 workers losing their jobs....
SA sugar industry outlook still sour
SA sugar industry outlook still sour
The country’s sugar industry remains stuck in the doldrums, thanks to a number of factors.
Letters to the editor: September 14 to 20
Letters to the editor: September 14 to 20
Your article “Fight to free Britain’s last African colony” and editorial “
Sugar tariff hike satisfies no one
Sugar tariff hike satisfies no one
Tariff protections on sugar were increased last week but not everyone is thrilled by the decision, particularly industrial purchasers.
Sugar sector wants a sweeter deal
Sugar sector wants a sweeter deal
The local sugar industry is up in arms about rising cheaper imports, which it says are pushing the sector to a “tipping point”, and it wants...
There’s no sweetness in Kenya’s sugar
There’s no sweetness in Kenya’s sugar
On June 13, Kenya’s Cabinet secretary for the interior and co-ordination of national government told the country that sugar imported from Brazil...
Goodbye to your sweet tooth
Goodbye to your sweet tooth
Have you ever been on a diet and wished that spinach excited your tastebuds? Or that chocolate left you cold?
Bad boy sugar does some good
Bad boy sugar does some good
“This job is my way out,” says Nosisa Maseka. She does the books for the Sikuvile Farmers Association, based next to Swaziland’s northeastern...
Your sweet tooth brings development to Swaziland
Your sweet tooth brings development to Swaziland
“We prayed. What else could we do?” Thulani Simelane says and smiles. Everyone in Swaziland seems to smile as they talk. But he then looks away...
How to pack the best lunch for your kids in five easy steps
How to pack the best lunch for your kids in five easy steps
Back to school means back to packing daily lunches for many parents, including Lerato Mogorosi.

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