‘White man threatened me with death sentence,’ says parliament arson accused

Mafe denied being guilty of starting the fire, being mentally ill or posing any threat to anyone

Government is committed to renewable energy, says minister

Gwede Mantashe says while government is committed to renewable energy, shutting down coal generation quickly will lead to costlier electricity and fewer jobs

African philanthropy helps business leaders create a more equal, inclusive world

SPONSORED | Postgraduate study in African Philanthropy at Wits Business School is about sculpting leaders who put themselves 'last in the line to receive'

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MARKET WRAP: JSE falls as Fed comments result in sell-off in tech stocks

Local bourse followed its global peers weaker on Friday with technology stocks, seen as most sensitive to higher interest rates,  hit the most

CCMA issues strike certificate for unions at Sibanye-Stillwater

The four unions involved have turned down monthly wage increases of between R570 and R640 a month for the lowest-paid workers

EDITORIAL: Lifting the national state of disaster may well be premature

It would be dangerous to regard the pandemic as over, especially when taking our relatively low vaccination rate into account

Phatisa private equity in buyout of vaccine producer Deltamune

The group is funding a management buyout of the veterinary vaccine producer as part of broader food-security investment strategy

Back to square one on road safety efforts after Aarto ruling

Brakes put on the system the government hopes will reduce road accidents and Road Accident Fund claims

EUSEBIUS MCKAISER | Lindiwe Sisulu's fans want to change the subject. Don't be distracted.

I may be assuming that Lindiwe Sisulu supporters care for consistency in their reasoning, which might be fantastical on my part

Gauteng exits fourth Covid-19 wave, health minister confirms

The total number of unvaccinated people who had been hospitalised as at January 12 was 5,731, while the number of fully vaccinated people in hospital was 1,774

VINOTHAN NAIDOO: Lessons the public sector can learn from state capture

The commission’s report offers a cautionary tale for efforts to build and maintain more robust ethical firewalls across the public sector

JSE falls as Fed comments result in tech stocks sell-off

One official says three interest-rate increases in 2022 year is a ‘good baseline’

Djokovic’s Australian Open hopes dashed as visa is cancelled again

Immigration minister revokes Serbian tennis player’s visa after a court quashed an earlier revocation

The week in pictures

Alleged parliament arsonist appears in court, the Africa Cup of Nations kicks off, Serbian tennis fans celebrate Novak Djokovic’s release, chaos at first ...

HILARY JOFFE: Bain made little from state capture, but lost billions for Sars and SA

The Zondo report fleshes out some interesting details about how the process occurred

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