• Without prejudice

    We all need to fight the ugly bigotry that’s made news recently, says Mandi Smallhorne.

  • Inside Labour

    The Davos extravaganza is slick PR and no UN-style institution, says Terry Bell.

  • 2015 Gadget preview

    Arthur Goldstuck presents gadgets to connect 2015 to the past and future.

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Don't get your hopes up on oil price drop

Jan 26 2015 10:58

The finance minister will probably use the low oil price as one reason to foist some R15bn of additional taxes on us on next month’s budget day, says Edward West.


Strike on the cards for Comair cabin crew

Jan 26 2015 10:57

A strike certificate has been issued to Solidarity after salary negotiations with Comair broke down, the trade union says.


Without prejudice

Jan 26 2015 07:34

We all need to fight the ugly bigotry that’s made news recently, says Mandi Smallhorne.


Two suspended National Gambling Board directors quit

Jan 25 2015 19:00

Some of the suspended directors have resigned just weeks before a forensic report into their alleged misconduct was due to be handed to the dti.


E-tolls: Motorists set to pay much less

Jan 25 2015 15:30

Free passes under e-toll gantries and a decrease in the monthly amount motorists with e-tags will pay. This is the early New Year’s gift awaiting Gauteng motorists.


Lottery: Cape carnival didn't get R41m this year

Jan 25 2015 15:02

The National Lotteries Board said it did not pay the Cape Minstrel Carnival Association R41m for its carnival this year, clarifying media reports claiming this amount.


Dry quiet season for some in Cape Town

Jan 25 2015 14:35

Cape Town had a quieter festive season due to the confiscation of almost 12 000 bottles of alcohol during its crackdown on violations of its alcohol laws, says a councillor.


Zuma: No wise businessperson should skip SA

Jan 23 2015 13:54

SA is open for more investment and offers an opportunity that no wise businessperson would want to miss, says President Jacob Zuma in Davos.


Sars suspends Pillay for second time

Jan 23 2015 12:52

SA Revenue Service deputy commissioner Ivan Pillay has been suspended for the second time in two months.


Rhino poaching hits SA economy - WWF

Jan 22 2015 21:19

The scourge of rhino poaching is hitting the economy, the WWF has said as the department of environmental affairs released final poaching statistics for 2014.

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Wine farmers plead poverty

Jan 22 2015 19:15

Wine farmers and producers are simply not making enough money and are therefore not planting any new vines, warns an industry body.


Eskom: We can provisionally meet demand

Jan 22 2015 17:27

If there is no technical breakdown this week Eskom will meet electricity demand, says the parastatal.

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