Russia confirms it had radioactive pollution 986 times that of norm

Nov 21 2017 09:22

Russia has confirmed "extremely high" levels of the radioactive isotope ruthenium-106 in several parts of the country, confirming European reports about the contamination. Russia confirms radioactive pollution exceeded norm by 986 times


Nobel laureate Stiglitz backs fees commission findings

Nov 20 2017 09:21

Nobel laureate Professor Joseph Stiglitz has thrown his weight behind the Heher Commission's education proposal, while warning that growing manufacturing in South Africa is not a silver bullet.


Fear of jobs bloodbath over Eskom tariff hike

Nov 20 2017 06:00

An economists warns that Eskom's proposed 19.9% electricity hike will result in job losses in the steel and engineering sector, which has already suffered more than 25 000 job cuts over the last three years.


Bongani Bongo in alleged bribery bid to capture Eskom inquiry

Nov 19 2017 17:37

State Security Minister Bongani Bongo is accused of offering a bribe to advocate Ntuthuzelo Vanara, who is the evidence leader of Parliament’s inquiry into state capture at Eskom.


Rand strength helps grow SA's wealthy - report

Nov 19 2017 12:41

In the past two years the rand has rebounded, with wealth per adult rising in dollar terms, according to a report.


Stellenbosch University gets first female dean of economics

Nov 19 2017 12:08

Professor Ingrid Woolard is the first woman to lead Stellenbosch University's faculty of economic and management sciences and she aims to push harder for access and support for students from poor and marginalised communities.


Sell your CV digitally

Nov 19 2017 12:04

Professional social-media network LinkedIn was founded in 2004 and is the largest of its kind in the world. Here are three ways to create a professional identity online with LinkedIn.


Brown, Eskom board to face state capture inquiry - source

Nov 15 2017 13:22

Next week has been set aside for those accused of state capture, a Parliamentary source speaking on condition of anonymity has told Fin24.


Cape Town City Improvement District ensures clean, safe face for CBD

Nov 13 2017 19:39

If it was not for the dedicated teams of the Cape Town Central City Improvement District, office workers would find a very different CBD in the mornings, says the CEO.

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Four ways SA could head after ANC votes (or doesn't) for Zuma successor

Nov 10 2017 10:02

The ANC's upcoming elective conference is proving to be one of the most hotly contested and divisive in the 105-year-old party’s history. Here are the different ways it could play out.


Cabinet approves minimum wage bill

Nov 02 2017 14:13

Cabinet has approved the National Minimum Wage Bill and the draft legislation will now be referred to Parliament, after which President Jacob Zuma will officially sign it into law.

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