Creating real change and real jobs requires a new ideology, says Gerhard Papenfus.
Addressing risk well and timeously can be a source of growth, says Ian Mann.
Taxpayers keep funding structures with big plans but who knows what efficacy, says Mandi Smallhorne.
Mineral Resources Minister Ngoako Ramatlhodi will present the government's assessment of mining industry compliance, including black ownership targets.
The fate of Cosatu general secretary Zwelinzima Vavi could be decided during a special central executive committee meeting.
Just two weeks before Glencore can make a new approach for Rio Tinto, the rival that rejected it last summer, it seems unlikely to strike again or charm investors with any other major move soon.
Judgment in the Aurora debacle has been reserved, as Judge Eberhard Bertelsmann questioned how Aurora intended running mining companies when it did not have enough money.
“Disappointed and demoralised” mineworkers have filed away from the high court in Pretoria after the first day of the R1.5bn case against Aurora Empowerment Systems.
Scores of former Aurora Empowerment Systems' workers gathered outside the high court in Pretoria as the court heard a claim against the mining company's directors.
Northam Platinum says a group of mineworkers are protesting outside its flagship Zondereinde mine but denies media reports that it has shut operations there.
The high court in Pretoria will hear a claim against mining firm Aurora Empowerment Systems' directors for alleged asset-stripping of Pamodzi Gold mines' assets.
While mine workers and suppliers went without pay, some investors made a killing by providing short-term loans to the company even though it was insolvent.
There are no plans to sell portions of armaments firm Denel, state diamond mine Alexkor or the state forestry company, says Public Enterprises Minister Lynne Brown.
Amcu says it will meet Anglo American Platinum's CEO to discuss the sale of the firm's Rustenburg assets where the union led a record five-month wage strike last year.
Some companies are clueless on how to engage with consumers on social media.
Why pay five-star costs for a three-star accommodation, asks Mandi Smallhorne.
Revisiting your business model can be a useful tool for reviving your business.
The prospect of paperless education will soon become a reality in SA.
Sensational networking platform, The Hookup Dinner brings life into networking.
A video highlighting dangers of cyber bullying receives a warm welcome online.
Smaller enterprises are giving super computer power to ordinary entrepreneurs.
Zimbabwe coal producer Hwange Colliery says the firm has signed an agreement to sell coke and coke products to global miner Glencore on a six-month trial period.
BHP Billiton says a proposed $13bn spinoff of South32 would give the miner a strong chance to ride out tough conditions in commodity markets.
A clip of a driving instructor prank is one of the most popular YouTube videos in South Africa.
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