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Siya Kolisi, Freedom of Movement pay tribute to the Springbok captain's hometown with new range
Siya Kolisi, Freedom of Movement pay tribute to the Springbok captain's hometown with new rangeArticle

Following on their previous collaboration, FOM x Kolisi Mbekweni, Siya Kolisi and Freedom of Movement have paired up on a new range...

12 Apr 2021

The right to education: An insider's perspective over the past 25 years
The right to education: An insider's perspective over the past 25 yearsArticle

The last year has made the rights enshrined in South Africa's Bill of Rights more relevant than ever before. Prior to Covid-19, many of us simply took the right to freedom of movement for granted, as well as the right to freedom of trade, to healthcare and to education...

Jackie Carroll, Issued by Optimi 30 Mar 2021

Vaccine passports may be on the way - but are they a reason for hope or a cause for concern?
Vaccine passports may be on the way - but are they a reason for hope or a cause for concern?Article

The pandemic has exposed inequalities in society. There is concern that tying freedoms to vaccinations may further disadvantage vulnerable groups...

Yara M. Asi 15 Mar 2021

Cars.co.za Consumer Awards 2020/21 winners announced
Cars.co.za Consumer Awards 2020/21 winners announcedArticle

The 13 category winners and the recipient of the Brand of the Year title of the 2020/21 programme were announced during the Cars.co.za Consumer Awards TV presentation, which was broadcast on DStv's Motorsport HD channel...

18 Feb 2021

Experian BDI improves sharply in Q3 2020 following heavily depressed Q2
Experian BDI improves sharply in Q3 2020 following heavily depressed Q2Article

Experian South Africa recently released its quarterly Business Default Index (BDI) for Q3 2020, reflecting a sharp improvement from its extremely depressed level of -3.728 in Q2, to -1.402 in Q3...

24 Dec 2020

Transport, freight industry needs urgent government intervention
Transport, freight industry needs urgent government interventionArticle

If order is not restored, the consequences could be catastrophic - not only for South Africa, but for the rest of Africa...

RFA, SAAFF, SAEPA 22 Dec 2020

#PulpNonFiction: Get into the habit of training naked
#PulpNonFiction: Get into the habit of training nakedArticle

This week Bronwyn Williams reviews Pepe Marais' new book, 20 Habits that Break Habits and shows some correlations between it and Train Naked, a book her good friend Pierre DuPlessis published a few months ago...

Bronwyn Williams 4 Dec 2020

Many countries around the world have launched digital contact tracing apps. Sean Gallup/Getty Images
Unpacking the legal and ethical aspects of South Africa's Covid-19 track and trace appArticle

The most effective way to stop the spread of a virus is to prevent contact with everyone who is infected. Those who are infected can be isolated and treated if necessary...

Marietjie Botes 11 Nov 2020

Rise of the hybrid office
Rise of the hybrid officeArticle

For companies around the world, Covid-19 lockdown has forced rapid change. Where there was reluctance to adopt remote working and hybrid workspaces pre-pandemic, lockdown made this a non-negotiable. And as the weeks turned to months, many companies have realised that remote working and hybrid workspaces are viable - long term...

2 Nov 2020

#PulpNonFiction: Beware of permanent solutions for temporary problems
#PulpNonFiction: Beware of permanent solutions for temporary problemsArticle

Bronwyn Williams highlights her key learnings in Lionel Shriver's The Mandibles: A Family, 2029-2047 and Edward Snowden's Permanent Record to emphasise that as we submit to further infringements on our privacy, freedom of speech, and freedom of movement in the effort to stop the spread of Covid-19, we must ensure that emergency measures designed to fight a temporary crisis do not become a permanent feature...

Bronwyn Williams 7 Sep 2020

Covid-19 pandemic triggers demand for residency investment opportunities
Covid-19 pandemic triggers demand for residency investment opportunitiesArticle

As more South Africans and their businesses continue to face the damaging effects of Covid-19 and the tremulous economic landscape, moving abroad is becoming a serious consideration not only for the rich but the middle class as well, says Jean-François Harvey, global managing partner of Harvey Law Group (HLG) Africa...

1 Sep 2020

Convert passive shoppers into active buyers
Convert passive shoppers into active buyersArticle

What underpins the conversion of passive to active? Digital location management leads to offline buying...

Issued by Location Bank 31 Aug 2020

Preparing for guests in a time of Covid-19
Preparing for guests in a time of Covid-19Article

With the worldwide hospitality industry left devastated by the consequences of the Covid-19 pandemic, and travellers' mindsets forever altered, there's no sitting back and waiting for the arrival of new guests if establishments are to survive...

23 Jun 2020

Meaningful marketing - addressing GBV and promoting positive masculinity
Meaningful marketing - addressing GBV and promoting positive masculinityArticle

How Africa's biggest beer brand, Carling Black Label, has used positive masculine positioning to address GBV since 2017 with its award-winning #NoExcuse programme...

Arné Rust, Issued by MSports 17 Jun 2020

Webinar: Wine tourism beyond lockdown
Webinar: Wine tourism beyond lockdownArticle

Destinate, with the participation of UNWTO, Wesgro and VinPro, will be hosting The Future of Wine Tourism webinar from 19-21 May 2020...

12 May 2020

Why the court ruled that the ban on religious gatherings is not unconstitutional
Why the court ruled that the ban on religious gatherings is not unconstitutionalArticle

Last month a court order was sought to declare the lockdown regulations unconstitutional to the extent that they prohibit congregational worship...

Tanveer Jeewa 5 May 2020

Good nutrition, a priority during Covid-19
Good nutrition, a priority during Covid-19Article

The global pandemic has stripped daily life down to the essentials, and we find ourselves under lockdown restrictions with our thoughts and actions around food set in a very different context to anything we have known before...

Issued by Association for Dietetics in South Africa 29 Apr 2020

What you need to know about the 1st digital National Arts Fest
What you need to know about the 1st digital National Arts FestArticle

The National Arts Festival team has outlined how the first digital version of the festival will work. The festival announced that it would enter the digital realm after it had to be postponed as a result of the Covid-19 outbreak, and subsequent lockdown, in South Africa...

23 Apr 2020

Covid-19 Barometer: Financial uncertainty outweighs health concerns
Covid-19 Barometer: Financial uncertainty outweighs health concernsArticle

Kantar's global Covid-19 Barometer study shows how attitudes, behaviours and expectations are evolving as the pandemic progresses, while interim findings from Kantar's Biz Impact Survey reveal the true effects of the pandemic on South African businesses...

Issued by Kantar 22 Apr 2020

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Covid-19 impacts global passport strengthArticle

With global travel almost at a standstill, the latest results of the Henley Passport Index offers insight into the indiscriminate havoc caused by the Covid-19 pandemic...

8 Apr 2020

In happier and less challenging times: world leaders and guests pose for a picture on the second day of the annual G7 summit in Biarritz, France, August 2019. Photo by Andrew Parsons - Pool/Getty Images
All world leaders face mega Covid-19 crises: how Ramaphosa is stacking upArticle

The Covid-19 pandemic is an extreme crisis that puts government under severe pressure. It puts the political judgement of the president or prime minister under the most intense spotlight...

Richard Calland 26 Mar 2020

This is just the beginning of the story. PA/Gareth Fuller
Brexit: here's what happens nextArticle

Anyone imagining that the UK's withdrawal from the European Union today (31 January) might mean things will go quiet on the Brexit front, they are likely to be disappointed...

Simon Usherwood 30 Jan 2020

Impact of free trade area in Africa will be huge
Impact of free trade area in Africa will be hugeArticle

Member States of the African Union (AU) have a combined population of over 1.2 billion people and gross domestic product of more than $3.4 trillion - yet the continent accounts for less than 3% of world trade...

Andrew Skipper 21 Jan 2020

Pendulum is swinging towards creeping restrictions across Africa
Pendulum is swinging towards creeping restrictions across AfricaArticle

Freedom is weakening across Africa and more worrying is the considerable willingness to accept government restrictions on individual freedoms in the name of public security...

Peter Penar and Carolyn Logan 3 May 2019

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Plan to accelerate African tradeArticle

African Development Bank Board approves $4.8 million grant to accelerate African free trade...

12 Apr 2019

Screen grab of the ANC campaign.
#OrchidsandOnions: Clever marketing in some election campaignsArticle

An 'awesome Onion' for DNA Brand Architects and one to Volvo for good measure, for allowing shotgun PR to happen...

Brendan Seery 25 Mar 2019

#AEC2018: Freedom of movement essential for Africa's transformation
#AEC2018: Freedom of movement essential for Africa's transformationArticle

Africa Economic Conference 2018 focuses on Africa Visa Openness and integration...

7 Dec 2018

#AEC2018: Accelerating AfCFTA to create growth for Africa
#AEC2018: Accelerating AfCFTA to create growth for AfricaArticle

The African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) aims to create a single continental market for goods and services, with free movement of business persons and investments...

7 Dec 2018

#WorldDisabilityDay: Health Department is denying disabled people their basic rights
#WorldDisabilityDay: Health Department is denying disabled people their basic rightsArticle

The Department of Health is not doing its job when it comes to supplying assistive devices such as wheelchairs and hearing aids to disabled people...

3 Dec 2018

Ethiopia begins issuing online visas for tourists
Ethiopia begins issuing online visas for touristsArticle

The eVisa for Ethiopia now authorises tourists from across the world to apply for a tourist eVisa online. Once issued, the Ethiopian eVisa is valid for 30 or 90 days depending on the applicant's selection...

4 Jun 2018

A woman with her treatment regime for extensively drug-resistant TB in Khayelitsha, Cape Town. MSF
The remarkable story of hope: how attitudes to drug-resistant TB changedArticle

The informal settlement of Khayelitsha in Cape Town is the latest site of a multi country trial that aims to transform the treatment for drug-resistant tuberculosis (DR-TB).

Eric Goemaere 31 May 2018

Nosipho Dumisa on her breakout film Nommer 37
Nosipho Dumisa on her breakout film Nommer 37Article

Daniel Dercksen chats with 29-year-old writer/director Nosipho Dumisa, about her feature film debut, the South African crime-thriller Nommer 37, opening in cinemas on 1 June 2018.

Daniel Dercksen 30 May 2018

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Anger as rail construction begins in Nairobi National ParkArticle

Kenyan conservationists expressed outrage on Thursday, 1 March 2018, after construction of a railway line began inside Nairobi's famed national park, saying this defied a court order halting the project...

5 Mar 2018

Egypt blocks dozens of websites, including media sites
Egypt blocks dozens of websites, including media sitesArticle

Egypt extends its assault on freedom of expression by blocking dozens of websites, including those of the media, UN experts warn...

31 Aug 2017

Africa declines in travel freedom index
Africa declines in travel freedom indexArticle

Of all the continents, Africa suffers the most dramatic decline in travel freedom, according to the 2017 Henley & Partners Visa Restrictions Index...

24 Mar 2017

Africa's dramatic decline in travel freedom
Africa's dramatic decline in travel freedomArticle

African countries account for 16 of the 20 biggest fallers on the annual Henley & Partners Visa Restrictions Index over the last decade, with the continent as a whole suffering the most dramatic decline in travel freedom...

22 Mar 2017

Cutting through the Brexit clutter
Cutting through the Brexit clutterArticle

Globalisation, immigration, low wages, de-industrialisation – all of these have been blamed as root causes of Brexit...

28 Feb 2017

Mitsubishi Motors soon to introduce the Eclipse Cross
Mitsubishi Motors soon to introduce the Eclipse CrossArticle

Mitsubishi Motors Corporation has announced that its new compact SUV model, to be debuted at the 87th Geneva International Motor Show, will be named Eclipse Cross...

15 Feb 2017

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58m travellers for Africa in 2016Article

1.2 billion people travelled the world in 2016 and of that, 58 million went to Africa – UNWTO…

6 Feb 2017

L'Ormarins Queens Plate: fashion report
L'Ormarins Queens Plate: fashion reportArticle

On Saturday 7 January L'Ormarins hosted their annual horse racing event at the Kenilworth racecourse.

Meagan Duckitt 11 Jan 2017

Africa is poised for sustainable growth and development. But there are risks
Africa is poised for sustainable growth and development. But there are risksArticle

As we know, growth accelerations are pretty commonplace among developing countries...

Alan Hirsch 9 Jan 2017

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Mobile technology - transforming the face of African businessArticle

As Africa becomes more in-tune with mobile technology, companies will be looking at what they can provide for their business operations and local economies...

12 Aug 2016

SA's responsibility to women
SA's responsibility to womenArticle

Tuesday 9 August 2016 marks the 60th anniversary of the 1956 Women's March....

8 Aug 2016

Volvo upgrades SA dealership experience
Volvo upgrades SA dealership experienceArticle

Volvo Car South Africa announced the opening of the first fully-compliant Volvo Retail Experience (VRE) dealership in South Africa...

4 Aug 2016

What's needed to take Africa from Third to First World in 25 years
What's needed to take Africa from Third to First World in 25 yearsArticle

One of the most hotly debated topics in development economics is: what does it take to steer a poor country from Third World to First World status?

Sandile Swana and Lumkile Mondi 13 Jul 2016

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