Uncertainty over political developments and the timing of a US interest rate hike keep dollar in check
The budget is about more than taxes — it is the platform for creating more inclusive growth, and technology can be harnessed to achieve that, writes Ajen Sita
Tourism Minister Derek Hanekom says SA has capitalised the country’s status as a value-for-money destination, offering experiences for all tourist markets
The party plans to ditch small coalitions for active participation in governance in 2019, says Julius Malema
The founders of Africrest Properties and StandOut Properties made the decision after buying buildings together in the past three years
But the index is still in expansion territory, the Manufacturing Circle says, and it is expecting a strong rebound in the current quarter
Marcus Msomi, founder of Carwash Supreme based in Durban, shares how he started his business with R22,000 and now employs 95 people
The International Renewable Energy Agency predicts the rapidly falling cost of solar energy on a sun-rich continent makes the rise of solar power inevitable
The meeting begins on Tuesday and then Infantino leaves for Harare on Thursday to attend the birthday party of Zimbabwe football chief Philip Chiyangwa
Fred Khumalo resuscitates the story of how, a century ago, 618 black South African soldiers drowned as the SS Mendi sank and provides an insight into their ill-treatment during the First World War, ...
The hand-eye co-ordination expert warns of deterioration across all sports
There’s a good reason for the gap: no one can predict which objects consumers and businesses will want to connect to the internet
Acting against abuse on social media platforms is arduous, not least because of Facebook’s own policies, writes Fiona Forde
Groundbreaking CSIR’s technology creates a 3D reconstruction of deeper layers of skin to reduce the effect of smudging, writes Sarah Wild
Blockchain, cognitive computing and cloud are some of the technologies expected to bring about the biggest changes
Given the range of aerospace advances in the past 50 years, it seems reasonable to ask: why can’t we fly faster?
Robots that can play chess with humans, wallpaper-thin TVs and smartphones that use virtual and augmented technology were on offer at the show
With the rise of connected services, traditional companies are eager to adapt to change
Report expects wearables market in Middle East and Africa to total 1.96-million units by the end of 2016, an increase of 38.4% over last year’s sales
Computer game is top of Google’s searches for 2016, outstripping politics while South Africans turn their attention to global issues, though Zuma is prominent
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