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15 facts about the Covid vaccine
15 facts about the Covid vaccineArticle

Although the vaccine rollout for healthcare workers has begun, myths and misinformation continue to circulate around its development, efficacy and just how the vaccine will help manage or mitigate the spread of the virus. Lee Callakoppen, principal officer of Bonitas Medical Fund shares 15 facts about the vaccine...

Issued by Bonitas 1 day ago

New electronic driver's licence for SA
New electronic driver's licence for SAArticle

A new, more efficient driver's license card system is being developed and is expected to be rolled out in the middle of the 2021/2022 financial year...

1 day ago

Image credit: Clicks
Clicks to buy Pick n Pay pharmaciesArticle

Clicks Group will acquire Pick n Pay's retail pharmacy business, including 25 in-store pharmacies which will be rebranded to Clicks...

1 day ago

Return on investment for bursaries calls for holistic support
Return on investment for bursaries calls for holistic supportArticle

The return on investment (ROI) for bursary support must address the high drop-out rate of first years through offerings of holistic student support...

Chantelle Oosthuizen, Issued by Cyril Ramaphosa Foundation 5 May 2021

8 things you need to do after a car accident
8 things you need to do after a car accidentArticle

Whether you have a small bumper bashing or something more serious, it's important to know what steps to take in the aftermath of an accident...

Issued by Dotsure 5 May 2021

South Africa's romcom revolution and how it reimagines Joburg
South Africa's romcom revolution and how it reimagines JoburgArticle

Netflix went live in South Africa on 6 January 2016. The arrival of the subscription-based content streaming service was a game changer for the country's film and television industry, as it had been for other countries...

Pier Paolo Frassinelli 4 May 2021

Why renewable energy won't end energy poverty in Zimbabwe
Why renewable energy won't end energy poverty in ZimbabweArticle

Zimbabwe is one of the African countries that hopes renewable energy technologies will help to address their energy problems...

Ellen Fungisai Chipango 30 Apr 2021

Mornings with Mack: A new dawn at Jacaranda FM
Mornings with Mack: A new dawn at Jacaranda FMArticle

Jacaranda FM is tweaking its lineup to accommodate new radio listener patterns. The station will kick off early morning listening with Mornings with Mack on Monday, 3 May 2021...

Issued by Jacaranda FM 29 Apr 2021

You can't avoid accidents, but you can be prepared for them
You can't avoid accidents, but you can be prepared for themArticle

You can't avoid accidents, but you can be prepared for them...

Jason Mellow 22 Apr 2021

Gold is key to the economic survival of millions of Ghanaians. Knut-Erik Helle/Flickr, CC BY-NC
Ghana needs to rethink its small scale mining strategy. Here's howArticle

Ghana is among the top two gold producers in Africa. . What has caught little attention, however, is the fact that more than 35% of total gold output in Ghana comes from artisanal and small-scale miners...

Richard Kwaku Kumah 16 Apr 2021

Icasa publishes final regulations to transform the ICT sector
Icasa publishes final regulations to transform the ICT sectorArticle

Final regulations to facilitate transformation and diversity in the ICT sector have been published. They expand on key requirements in the draft regulations...

Peter Grealy, Nozipho Mngomezulu, Karl Blom 14 Apr 2021

The community of Xolobeni village, in the Eastern Cape, succeesfully challenged the mining of their land in the High Court in 2018. Rogan Ward © Sunday Times.
Law protecting interests of South African communities in mining deals falls shortArticle

The impact of mining operations on rural communities is a contentious issue in South Africa. There is also concern about the manner in which communities are consulted about mining on their land...

14 Apr 2021

Rapt Creative wins Molson Coors, opens offices in the UK and Ukraine
Rapt Creative wins Molson Coors, opens offices in the UK and UkraineArticle

On the back of substantial new business won in Europe at the end of 2020, Rapt Creative has opened satellite offices in London and Kiev...

9 Apr 2021

Transformation imperative in aviation: Mbalula
Transformation imperative in aviation: MbalulaArticle

Transformation in the aviation sector remains a challenge, with the 2020/21 financial year aviation statistics showing that no meaningful progress has been made in terms of transformation, particularly for previously disadvantaged individuals...

9 Apr 2021

The art of communications excellence
The art of communications excellenceArticle

In a business landscape that has undergone a major metamorphosis, the role of communications has become critical...

Jacki McEwen-Powell 8 Apr 2021

Court order: Doctors can prescribe ivermectin for Covid-19
Court order: Doctors can prescribe ivermectin for Covid-19Article

Doctors can now prescribe ivermectin to Covid-19 patients, thanks to an order handed down by the Pretoria High Court...

7 Apr 2021

Containerisation tech is vital for businesses needing to do more with less
Containerisation tech is vital for businesses needing to do more with lessArticle

At a time when economic pressures are forcing businesses to sweat their IT assets and do more with less, container technology and Kubernetes can be instrumental...

Modeen Malick 6 Apr 2021

Australian mining executive Mark Caruso, in the snake-skin boots, at a community meeting in Lutzville in February 2019. Archive photo: John Yeld
Aussie mining company fires Mark Caruso as CEOArticle

Australian venture capitalist Mark Caruso, who is suing six South Africans for alleged defamation relating to his mining interests in the country, has been fired...

6 Apr 2021

Erratic heritage application processes costs billions in lost investment - survey
Erratic heritage application processes costs billions in lost investment - surveyArticle

Investors and built environment professionals are extremely frustrated by the drawn-out and increasingly vague processes being encountered with heritage applications...

1 Apr 2021

Off-premise booze ban over Easter weekend
Off-premise booze ban over Easter weekendArticle

There will be a four-day ban on the sale of alcohol for off-premise consumption over the upcoming Easter weekend...

31 Mar 2021

The implications of administrating ivermectin to Covid-19 patients
The implications of administrating ivermectin to Covid-19 patientsArticle

Being a new virus, Covid-19 has evoked a great deal of uncertainty around which treatments will be beneficial to patients...

31 Mar 2021

Several steps to powerful efficiency wins with hyper-automation
Several steps to powerful efficiency wins with hyper-automationArticle

Those who can take this next step into technology-driven efficiency will be best placed to succeed in what is clearly a highly competitive global business environment...

Collin Govender 30 Mar 2021

Prioritising safety while delivering with Uber Eats
Prioritising safety while delivering with Uber EatsArticle

From picking up orders and delivering to hungry customers to knowing when to call for assistance, Uber Eats is always finding ways to help make every delivery as stress-free as possible...

Issued by Uber 29 Mar 2021

Alcohol industry suggests measures to curb third wave of Covid-19
Alcohol industry suggests measures to curb third wave of Covid-19Article

The South African alcohol industry has made recommendations to the government through Nedlac on alternative measures to deal with short-term pressure on hospitals...

26 Mar 2021

The Pretoria High Court has stopped Uthaka Energy from starting to mine coal this week in the critical water source area of Mabola, Mpumalanga. Archive photo: supplied
Court stops Mpumalanga coal mineArticle

In yet another turn in what is already a six-year legal battle, Uthaka Energy, a coal-mining company, has been interdicted by the Pretoria High Court from mining in one of South Africa's critical water source areas...

John Yeld 26 Mar 2021

Little known ramifications of paying an admission of guilt fine
Little known ramifications of paying an admission of guilt fineArticle

The relatively simple act of paying an admission of guilt fine is often understandably perceived as a quick and easy way to extricate oneself from trouble with the law...

Jerome Levitz 26 Mar 2021

ChatFin relaunches WhatsApp car licence renewal service in Western Cape
ChatFin relaunches WhatsApp car licence renewal service in Western CapeArticle

ChatFin has recently relaunched its ChatBack vehicle licence renewal platform in the Western Cape, enabling motorists to renew their licences via WhatsApp...

26 Mar 2021

High Court orders suspension of spectrum auction
High Court orders suspension of spectrum auctionArticle

The High Court in Pretoria on Monday ordered the Icasa to halt the planned auction of radio frequency spectrum licences, pending a hearing of contentions...

10 Mar 2021

#OrchidsandOnions: When less is more...
#OrchidsandOnions: When less is more...Article

Mazda: Orchid for simple, to-the-point, 'real' ad for new CX-30 SUV; Link to Emperors Palace special - valid until 31 December, 2021 - tells a visitor offer has expired...

Brendan Seery 9 Mar 2021

Licence renewals can be blocked if e-toll bills are not paid - report
Licence renewals can be blocked if e-toll bills are not paid - reportArticle

The South African National Roads Agency (Sanral) has warned that licence discs renewals can now be withheld from drivers who have not paid their e-toll bills...

8 Mar 2021

Yushanta Rungasammy, director and co-head: corporate & commercial, and Rembuluwani Nembudani, senior associate, CMS South Africa
4 hindrances to increasing mining's GDP contribution in 2021Article

The collaboration between the South African government and the mining industry led to the sector's rapid recovery from the lockdown restrictions of last year...

8 Mar 2021

Minerals and energy Gwede Mantashe
DMRE promises to address licence backlogArticle

The Department of Mineral Resources and Energy (DMRE) indicated that 235 mining rights; 2,485 prospecting rights; 1,644 mining permits; 238 Section 11 change of ownership transfers; and 724 licence renewals are currently backlogged...

5 Mar 2021

Pace and performance vs process and procedure
Pace and performance vs process and procedureArticle

At Worx Group, we relentlessly focus on the opportunity, ultimately, it brings more wins...

John Paul Waites, Issued by Worx Group 5 Mar 2021

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Embedded generation: Key to supporting SA's energy intensive industriesArticle

When President Cyril Ramaphosa delivered the 2021 State of the Nation address, he spoke of government's bold plans for the country's economic recovery...

Michael Ball 4 Mar 2021

Gold Fields is planning a 40MW plant at South Deep Mine
Self-generated power, less red tape and new tech will drive SA mining forwardArticle

South African mines have been granted state permission to generate energy for their own use without having to rely on Eskom's unstable power supply...

Owen Murphy 3 Mar 2021

#WeChoose campaign to help hundreds of liquor traders rebuild
#WeChoose campaign to help hundreds of liquor traders rebuildArticle

A total of R200m in stock replenishments, cash and marketing support is being provided by Diageo...

1 Mar 2021

President Cyril Ramaphosa
SA moves to Covid-19 Alert Level 1Article

Due to the progressive drop in new Covid-19 cases over the past few weeks, President Cyril Ramaphosa announced that the country moved Level 3 to Level 1 of the Risk Adjusted Strategy with effect from 28 February 2021...

1 Mar 2021

Several protests have trailed the privatisation of the power sector in Nigeria. Pius Utomi Ekpei/AFP via Getty Images
Nigeria's post-privatisation energy sector is a mess: here are some solutionsArticle

In the mid-1980s, most of the countries in sub-Saharan Africa made structural changes to their economies in return for funding from the World Bank...

Okechukwu Marcellus Ikeanyibe 26 Feb 2021

The Johnson & Johnson vaccine is effective against the strain of SARS-CoV-2 that is dominant in South Africa. Illustration: Lisa Venter
Johnson & Johnson vaccine looks excellent for South Africa in first published detailed analysisArticle

Interim results from clinical trials of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine will be presented to the United States' Food and Drug Administration (FDA) on Friday 26 February in an effort to obtain an emergency licence for its distribution...

Michael Cherry 25 Feb 2021

Legal challenges, opportunities for SA's TMT sector in 2021
Legal challenges, opportunities for SA's TMT sector in 2021Article

Three topics will top the list of priorities for executives in the technology, media and telecommunications (TMT) sector in South Africa in 2021...

25 Feb 2021

Constitutional Court outlaws bigotry from beyond the grave
Constitutional Court outlaws bigotry from beyond the graveArticle

The Constitutional Court last week overturned a clause in a will written 119 years ago, which specified that only male descendants could inherit the family's farms...

Tania Broughton 24 Feb 2021

My first love, my Galaxy
My first love, my GalaxyArticle

Here's why the Samsung Galaxy A12 will attract the attention of those searching for their perfect Galaxy A...

Issued by Samsung South Africa 22 Feb 2021

Mixed responses from agri industry following Sona
Mixed responses from agri industry following SonaArticle

For the agricultural industry, there were mixed responses to the State of the Nation Address (Sona). Organised agriculture responded with both positive and negative remarks following the speech on 11 February. Many organisations lauded President Cyril Ramaphosa for highlighting the importance of agriculture in driving economic growth and job creation.

Ursula Human 19 Feb 2021

Dual pricing implemented for non-South African, South African residents at Kirstenbosch Garden
Dual pricing implemented for non-South African, South African residents at Kirstenbosch GardenArticle

The South African National Biodiversity Institute (Sanbi) has decided to implement dual pricing at the National Botanical Gardens from 1 April 2021. Sanbi considered the increased costs to the organisation and financial setbacks of 2020 due to Covid-19 during its annual entry ticket pricing review.

19 Feb 2021

How to make the Construction Charter work for your company
How to make the Construction Charter work for your companyArticle

Everybody knows that the construction industry has been reeling for a number of years, a casualty of an economy that seems to be going backwards...

Allon Raiz 17 Feb 2021

Nivaash Singh, co-head of mining and resources finances, Nedbank Corporate and Investment Banking
Global commodities' position as a bull sector within a bear market represents a unique opportunity for African miningArticle

The world's mining sectors' performanc usually tracks the ups and downs of global GDP. However, this historic correlation has never really been tested against the backdrop of a truly global health and economic crisis...

Nivaash Singh 16 Feb 2021

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Playtex factory liquidation leaves hundreds without work in SAArticle

Hanes South Africa, which holds the licence to manufacture, sell and distribute Playtex underwear in SA and other African countries, filed for voluntary liquidation...

10 Feb 2021

Alleged maladministration at Road Traffic Infringement Agency could delay demerit system
Alleged maladministration at Road Traffic Infringement Agency could delay demerit systemArticle

The controversial Administrative Adjudication of Road Traffic Offences (Aarto) Act, which was due to come into effect as of 1 July 2021, might be delayed due to the start of a forensic investigation into alleged maladministration at the Road Traffic Infringement Agency (RTIA)...

Gero Lilleike 9 Feb 2021

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