Sentiment remains cautious as a strong US jobs report signals a good chance the Fed will implement another 75 bps rate hike
The SA workforce should look like the people who live in the country, not an enclave of a sensitive minority
Priorities include building democracy, promoting development, peace, security, trade and investment, as well as cleaner energy
Opposition party says crime has shot up to a record high because little has been done to halt joblessness
The Pretoria high court ruled that the investment company may not be suspended from the JSE until its latest review application at the financial services tribunal has been heard
In 2020, SA exported $344.6m worth of steel and US$324m worth of aluminium to the US, according to the UN COMTRADE database on international trade
It’s all systems go for the new retirement system, which allows employees to draw from their pension funds without the same penalties as before
Every time All Black coach Ian Foster fronts the media, he presents it with denial, not truth and honest appraisal
The interior designer on timeless style and a feminine design sensibility
The continuous improvements in Chromebooks’ usefulness and power means it may well be the future of computing, writes Christopher Mims FOR most of my working life, I’ve used Macs at home and Windows PCs at work. But a couple of years ago, intrigued by a change in the winds of computing — from the desktop to the cloud — I decided to give Google’s Chromebooks a chance.Now, to my surprise, I use the Chrome operating system for all my nonmobile computing. Thanks to continuous improvements in its usefulness and power, I increasingly think it’s the future of computing.That view is gaining adherents. In the first quarter, Chrome OS devices outsold products using Apple’s Mac OS for the first time.Chrome OS devices still account for only 10% of PC sales in the US and 2.5% of PC sales worldwide, according to Linn Huang, a director of research at IDC. But IDC expects sales of Chrome OS devices to increase nearly 30% this year, far outstripping the PC market’s overall growth.Here’s why I agree:...
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