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South African Mining: A Path to Competitiveness and Growth

The industry can achieve global cost competitiveness if the private and public sectors take concerted action. The mining value chain is the historic bedrock of...

The Brexit Effect – Travel And Tourism

By Danny BryerThe wise businessperson will be considering the broader effects of Brexit, not just on the economy in the United Kingdom, but on...

Making Tourism More Responsible

Long before Joy Daniels became the manager of a travel company she was cleaning rooms at a guesthouse. But after joining a Fair Trade-certified...

Why South African Community’s Win Against Mining Company Matters

Sonwabile Mnwana, University of Fort HareA South African High Court has passed an important judgment putting a stop to the pervasive practice by companies...

Can South Africa’s ‘Cradle Of Islam’ Survive Gentrification?

Noor Osman looks out from the Bo Kaap neighbourhood of Cape Town and counts the mosques dotted throughout the nearby city centre. Wherever you can...

What Mandela And Fanon Learned From Algeria’s Revolution In The 1950s

On the fifth anniversary of South African statesman Nelson Mandela’s death, it’s worthwhile to remember how his thinking moved from violence to reconciliation as...

Women’s Afcon: Holders Nigeria score four as South Africa net seven

Big wins for holders Nigeria and South Africa mean Group B at the Women's Africa Cup of Nations will be decided by the final...

South Africa Thrash Hapless Australia In Perth

Dale Steyn claimed two early wickets as South Africa’s pace attack combined superbly to heap more misery on Australia with a six-wicket thrashing to...

South African Presidency Website Hack Could’ve Been Avoided With Stronger Security...

Last month, the South African Presidency’s website was hacked, which was confirmed by president Cyril Ramaphosa’s spokesperson.Website exploits seem to be commonplace these days,...

Despite Land Reform, South Africa Is not Becoming Zimbabwe or Venezuela

The Wall Street Journal’s editorial board compared South Africa’s Ramaphosa government to the dictatorships in Venezuela and Zimbabwe and their seizure of private property. The focus of...

Great African Eats: Bunny Chow, South Africa

The story goes, as told by Food.com editor Zurie, that during the Great Depression, poor white, Chinese and Indian children in Durban discovered that the cheapest...

WATCH: Is South Africa the Rainbow Nation?

South Africa is further removed now from the ideal of a rainbow nation than at any other time since the official end of apartheid...
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