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Every year, billions of rands are spent on vitamins as many South Africans desperately consume them, hoping that their purported benefits lead them to better health and vitality.
Turkish Airlines says passengers can use their laptops until they board in a bid to make them "more comfortable" after US and Britain introduced bans on large electronic devices in the cabin of flights from certain countries' airports.
Banks are doing more for transformation than you may think, write Khulekani Mathe and Yacoob Abba Omar.
Sacks Packaging’s floor in Mobeni, south of Durban, is a constant hive of activity, where different types of paper bags, used in everything from cement to sugar packaging, are made.
With two busy seaports, a huge potential workforce and amazing possibilities for entrepreneurs, KwaZulu-Natal is open for business. Yvonne Grimbeek speaks to the Industrial Development Corporation’s Pat Moodley about their work in the province.
Major fresh-produce market agents this week lashed out in response to accusations that they were operating a cartel to push out small competitors and fix the commissions they charged South Africa’s farmers.
While the Guptas head to the North Gauteng High Court, Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan will embark on an overseas trip to sell SA as an investment destination.
Capitec Bank is making its maiden venture into international markets, but investors have shown little enthusiasm if the bank's share price is anything to go by.