Universities aim to produce citizens who can change society themselves, says an academic.
Workers can only hope that justice will trump narrow legal interests, says Terry Bell.
All players should first consider the net result of their actions, says Leopold Scholtz.
South Africa's system of cash grants for children now covers 11 million recipients and raises questions about its sustainability.
The current high fuel prices will keep consumers focused on buying more fuel efficient vehicles, say experts in their outlook for the auto industry.
Naamsa says new vehicle sales has dropped by 1.5% in July, compared to July last year and said strikes had made a significant impact.
The success of Nigeria and other African countries should serve as a warning to South Africa, says Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene.
Data from the trade and industry department shows new vehicle sales fell 1.5% to nearly 58 000 units in July.
The Competition Commission says it has approved three separate large mergers involving the telecoms, chemical and property sectors.
An additional increase in electricity tariffs on top of the 8% already granted to Eskom is unlikely to aid economic growth, says an expert.
The DA says it has asked Public Protector Thuli Madonsela to investigate the alleged maladministration of Transnet pensioner funds.
First class education for all children is non-negotiable and to compromise on this in the name of transformation is a disservice to SA, a debate has heard.
South Africa has been at the centre of exploring trade opportunities between the United States and Africa, says Trade and Industry Minister Rob Davies.
Two non-governmental organisations have raised concerns about Sanral's application for certain court documents and court hearings to be kept secret.
Dreams of owning the latest smartphone can turn ugly if you don't watch the data bill.
Take time for a mid-year review to keep your business going at its full potential.
SA entrepreneurs are recycling waste nutrients to help save the oceans.
How do you fill the 24 hours in your day? A user lists the four key needs in his life.
An expert provides sound advice on how to manage money as a couple.
Protestors and Sanral came into conflict at a Proudly e-toll Free campaign.
Fin24 blogger Terence Stoker provides sound advice for struggling SA entrepreneurs.
Don't touch your retrenchment package if you've been laid off, warns a Fin24 user.
The R80bn class action suit of Transnet pensioners is devoid of political affiliation or involvement, say the pensioners' attorneys.
The Economic Freedom Fighters are not frightened of taking on “the big boys”, who have robbed the economy of billions, says its leader Julius Malema.
A Fin24 user protests what he sees as disregard of the broader impact of increased interest rates on those who cannot yet say "bring it on" with a smile.
The Angry Birds game flew from the mobile screen to the toy store, starred in Hollywood and are now heading back to the digital world.
Is a sign that Cosatu wants to even the scales.
Signals that Neasa should stand their ground.
Can cause job losses.
Shows that labour relations are complicated.
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