Atchar can be enjoyed with curry, vetkoek, which is also called magwinya, or the uniquely South African bunny chow called kota
Cigarette consumption in Africa rose by 40% between 1990 and 2012
The footballer is one of two local players to be snapped up by a professional league in Australia
A new company has launched a service that seriously challenges those of the major mobile operators
‘There are many football players in South Africa who have the talent to represent South Africa at a national level, but they chose me’
The reputation of Sars was tarnished under the leadership of suspended commissioner Tom Moyane following several allegations
BRICS leaders are working together to develop policies to deal with the opportunities and threats presented by the fourth industrial revolution
The bloc is concerned by the US president’s unilateral measures that are incompatible with the World Trade Organisation rules
‘In tough times, consumers tend to generally keep their cars for longer, or downgrade’
The service is becoming an increasingly common way to set up meetings, send urgent messages or bounce off ideas
South Africa’s job opportunities, established education system and modern technology attract skilled immigrants to the country, the report noted
The meeting plans to map a way forward on how to help President Ramaphosa to unlock a billion dollar investment plan
What may be SA’s first female black-owned bank is due to disrupt the sector by targeting hawkers and taxi drivers
The New Development Bank is facing questions about the transparency and fairness of its loans
Primestars has launched ‘One Way to Graceland’, a movie designed to improve the financial literacy of pupils
SARS has announced the shortening of its 2018 tax season by three weeks ending at the end of October
Many argue such banks will allow the unbanked entry and offer appropriate banking products and services, including to small and medium enterprises
South Africa must develop its production capacity and cut its reliance on resource exports, a report says
The protest however has particularly affected day patients who usually actually access health services at the hospital.
If they don’t stop doing business with the Imperial CEO, companies could face boycotts
With a new Act, marketers will be required to offer “opt out” consent for existing customers and “opt in” for new customers.
‘In 2012 everyone else was blogging about food and fashion but there was no cool black voice talking about gaming’
On December 30 last year, a violent storm caused extensive damage to some 1 326 properties
‘South Africa is among the most guilty of e-waste pollution on the continent’
The minister of trade and industry has called on SOEs to play a more robust role in implementing B-BBEE
Sinayo Securities celebrated its success as the only JSE listed company that had been black-owned and women-led at its inception
The appreciation of the rand, low food inflation and stable interest rates have been positive for consumer confidence.
Although business and confidence levels may be high, Ramaphosa has to tackle a 26.7% youth unemployment rate and soaring inequality levels.
With severe drought conditions affecting large parts of the country, the finance minister set aside R6‑billion to mitigate the effects
The portal is intended to make the budget more accessible through a user-friendly format to enable more effective information sharing
‘After a period of stabilisation and consolidation in 2016, the mining industry in 2017 continued to strengthen in its recovery’
Part of Eskom’s precarious financial position was as a result of the low electricity tariff increase granted by National Energy Regulator