Not everyone wants a thinner, lighter noteboook computer, says Arthur Goldstuck.
Afrikaner upliftment holds valuable lessons for SA today, says Leopold Scholtz.
If trade unions work together they can bring about real change, says Terry Bell.
The European Commission has announced a new set of measures to help fruit and vegetable producers hit by a Russian ban on agricultural imports.
South Africa will hardly change its 2014 maize output forecast, a Reuters survey shows, as farmers hold onto crops in the face of prices that have fallen.
Fields of sunflowers are ready for harvest, but artillery and rocket attacks are stopping farmers in east Ukraine's frontline villages from gathering crops.
Cameroon's cocoa grinders have bought 616 tons fewer tons of cocoa beans in August in the first month of the 2014/2015 season, a report says.
Hippo Valley, in which Tongaat Hulett holds a significant stake, expects a lift in second-half sales volumes after a higher tax on sugar imports was imposed.
Clover may have posted sour results for the year ending June 2013, but CEO Johann Vorster is confident the group will restore profitability.
Chinese dairies looking for new sources of cows' milk are buying Australian farms and intend to bring Chinese workers to help staff them, reports a newspaper.
Food and beverage firm Clover Industries has posted a 14.2% fall in earnings, clipped by brisk inflation levels and higher raw material costs.
Scientists fear the widespread use of antibiotics on farms may be a factor in the rise of bacteria that grow resistant to drugs and infect humans.
South African citrus producers will voluntarily suspend exports to the European Union in order to comply with EU standards against a fungal disease.
Land Reform Minister Gugile Nkwinti used a summit to push for land limits, claims an agricultural body which says delegates are frustrated by corruption levels.
Deposit surplus money into your home loan for a smart and tax-friendly way to save.
A new property owner shares inside information about her house hunting expedition.
Entrepreneurs need to change the way they relate to clients, says an expert.
Want to change to another medical scheme? Here's how to do it.
Buying a Mandela medallion to make a quick buck could cost you dearly.
A user questions the common rule law on debt as his worker's debt goes up, not down.
Your tech idea has little or no value until someone can extract its commercial value.
What exactly do you get when you opt for a hospital plan? Susan Erasmus explains.
Pioneer Foods has announced plans to spin off its Quantum Foods unit, with the aim of listing it as a separate entity on the JSE.
High unemployment and poverty levels have prompted the Nigerian government to look again at cocoa for which prices have been rising.
The creator of the world's first 3D plastic handgun has unveiled his latest invention: A pre-programmed milling machine that enables anyone to easily make the core component of a semi-automatic rifle.
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