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Coronavirus hammers global growth 

South Africa’s mining and manufacturing sectors are predicted to be down for the first quarter of 2020 because of low demand from China 

Where does all the food (waste) go?

Woolworths places sustainability at its core with its Good Business Journey

Debt Act not a relief for everyone

The financial sector has been accused of being hysterical about amendments to the law. But there are some genuine concerns

Merging with an apartheid-era party has been the DA’s undoing

By joining forces with the New National Party, the DA set itself up from the start to bear the racism tag

Skint citizens shun market darlings

Unemployment, state debt and public sector burden and structural rigidities will affect growth

Woolies in baby sling boo-boo

After a blog accused the retailer of stealing the design, it apologised and stopped sales

Pepkor shrugs off Steinhoff

Analysts believe it could have done better, but cut it some slack because of its poor beginnings

Vegan trends put pressure on mainstream marketplace

There is little data on veganism in SA, but Woolworths says its decision to offer these products has to do with 'a shift in customers’ habits

Feisty female farmer with va-va-voom

Dineo Boshomane teaches people about slow-food farming, promoting organic food not boosted by chemical fertilisers

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Small towns not ready for level 3

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