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.
Manufacturing activity in China and most of Asia have gathered pace in July as firms responded to escalating new orders by raising output.
Argentina's Cabinet says the government holds no positive expectations for a court hearing in New York that will discuss the country's debt default.
US job growth has slowed more than expected in July and an unexpected rise in the unemployment rate pointed to some slack in the labour market.
Eurozone manufacturing growth has failed to accelerate as expected despite factories barely raising prices, as tensions in Ukraine weighed on sentiment.
Argentina may have defaulted on its debt for the second time in 12 years, but the packed cafes in Buenos Aires show little sign of distress.
Irish manufacturing activity has expanded steadily in July as strong orders at home and from overseas help to keep the economic recovery on track.
When luxury living The Garden opens only a metal strip retracing the Berlin Wall will remind its inhabitants that 25 years ago this was on no man's land.
British consumer morale has dipped for the first time in six months and house prices have stagnated, reports say.
An imminent default will hurt an economy already in recession, fuelling risks to consumer prices in a country with one of the world's highest inflation rates.
Chinese retailers are tapping local taste with, among others, green-tea flavoured toothpaste to whittle away market share from global rivals.
The Moscow-based Association of European Businesses says it "deeply regrets" new sanctions imposed by the European Union on Russia.
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.
Australia's richest person, mining magnate Gina Rinehart says her country needs to lower its costs if it wants to stop miners from moving to other countries.
France will mobilise about €10bn for a package of tax breaks, low-cost loans and bonuses to boost investment in renewable energy.
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.
Personal images and content uploaded on the internet may leave many South Africans wondering how to remove unpleasant content.
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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