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Scientists in the West are working hard to find innovative ways to improve agricultural output around the world — but is this being done in SA?
Losi's election bolsters the likelihood that the labour federation will back the ANC in 2019 elections
The SACP general secretary told the Cosatu conference that the tripartite alliance should not let the matter slide
The combination of Bayer-Monsanto has a much bigger market share in maize seeds and related crop protection products
But CEO Initiative head Jabu Mabuza says periods of economic distress often require employees and business leaders to do more with fewer resources
His vision changed China. As Ma makes plans to leave Alibaba, his legacy will be an enduring one, write Lulu Yilun Chen and David Ramli
The European Commission’s proposals seek to tackle US concerns regarding the World Trade Organisation almost line by line
‘There’s a niche group at the top and the rest are plain average, ordinary,’ says former SA champion jockey Andrew Fortune
Former favourites, such as The Handmaid’s Tale and This is Us, lost out to fantasy and a few unlikely winners, such as Henry Winkler
Author and self-publishing entrepreneur Tiisetso Maloma warns of overwhelming and frustrating experience, writes Lungile Sojini
Simone Haysom’s first book, a true-crime story, has murder, an inquiry and a bumbling, perhaps malignant, police force, writes Jonathan Ball
Fallout hit Exxaro, SA’s largest black-owned mining company
Downtown Johannesburg is architect Thomas Chapman’s locus and in his book he provides a multi-layered map of the structures that define Joburg’s inner city
Books from the continent must be written for the people who live here, writes Hans Pienaar
Melanie Judge’s Blackwashing Homophobia examines homophobic violence alongside other types of violence and discrimination — not in isolation, writes Diane de ...
Against a background of hardships and difficulties that the Zimbabwean population faced 10 years ago, Nyathi sketches the path of her characters in The Gold ...
The book is laid out much like the restaurant’s menu itself
Rudi Buys sets out to identify clear steps towards dealing with the past
Roy’s second novel takes up the cudgels on behalf of downtrodden, writes Rehana Rossouw
Niq Mhlongo’s fetching awkwardness contrasts with Pravasan Pillay’s dexterous appropriation of English, writes Hans Pienaar
One of the recent narratives about Africa to emerge out of the US focuses on the growing influence of extremists.
Highlighted are terrorist attacks by Boko ...
The Kowie River that runs from Grahamstown to Port Alfred in the Eastern Cape may be a relatively "little river" but Jacklyn Cock, professor emeritus in the ...
Both oppressor and oppressed, the potential for participation is strong
Martin Wolf reviews Adam Tooze’s detailed and superbly researched account of the origins and consequences of the global financial crisis
Renata Coetzee’s food culture book is to be relaunched, writes Diane de Beer
Liza Smit tries to piece together who ordered her parents’ murder, writes Sue Grant-Marshall
The narratives include a story of one grotty UK seaside pub’s transformation, writes Madeleine Morrow
To protect decisions against bias, people need to know when they can trust their gut feelings, writes Eugene Yiga
Entrepreneurs Albert van Wyk and Mpho Dagada on why impact counts more than sales, writes Lungile Sojini
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