UK inflation data and New Zealand rate hike remind investors that global economy still faces many challenges
SA is on the cusp of a possible public service strike
‘Nuggets’, ‘biltong’, ‘sausages’, ‘meatballs’, ‘patties’ and ‘burgers’ are deemed as terms for meat only
The governing party is discussing whether those criminally convicted of a serious crime should still have a home in the ANC
Tech company wants to make more products outside China
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The claim by Sars that it costs the country R31bn is wrong — the real cost is about R4bn a year
Scorching temperatures disrupt crop growth and force industries to shut down to ensure homes have electricity
World cricket is on a precipice and Test cricket must be allowed to survive in order to embed the basic principles of the game
German traffic police are investigating the cause of the incident, which police say involved an autonomous vehicle
Recently the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) in the UK banned a trio of automotive ads. One was for the latest Ford Mustang in which the poet Dylan Thomas was quoted with the immortal lines, “Do not go gentle into that good night” and “Rage, rage against the dying of the light.” The idea was that you jump into a Mustang and shake off the boredom with a bit of a charge down the open road. All good, classic motoring stuff. The ASA didn’t think so, or rather the 12 complainants didn’t, who stated that the ads encouraged unsafe driving because they depicted driving as a way of relieving anger. They are probably all Toyota Prius drivers, they don’t get angry, they hug it out. While there are nannies out there who don’t believe the majority of us are grown-up enough to know right from wrong and who clearly want to tell everyone they can’t have a bit of fun, some carmakers are still producing cars for those who want to blast down an open road with the wind in their hair and a great p...
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