Sustainable from seed to shelf: Woolworths heralds a new era in regenerative farming

SPONSORED | Retailer's new Farming for the Future campaign aims to inspire transformative action in agriculture to help mitigate climate change

Asylum seeker who faced ‘repugnant’, ‘deplorable’ behaviour wins partial victory in court

Ethiopian man attempted suicide after immigration official allegedly tortured him

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Cocaine worth R15m seized from South American ship at Richards Bay port

It was indicated the vessel was importing iron to SA and it was also carrying drugs

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VAT fraud syndicate members given stiff sentences

At the time of their arrest, the VAT syndicate had claimed more than R200m from Sars, with R100m paid out and lost to the fiscus

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Durban ratepayers furious about absence of mayor Mxolisi Kaunda

Kaunda’s absence was said to be due to health issues and council speaker Thabani Nyawose attended the meeting instead

NPA offers carrot to firms accused of corruption

Companies can now settle matters with law enforcement agencies without facing criminal charges

SCA overturns high court rulings, awards businessman R5m

Business person awarded R5m in Mpumalanga golf estate dispute

PODCAST | New rules blunt SA’s ability to attract foreign-funded film projects

Mudiwa Gavaza is joined by Animation SA’s Nick Cloete, Hollard Film Guarantors director Paul Raleigh and Ayanda Sibisi of the Independent Producers Organisation

Threat to disrupt SABC election coverage pays off for union

Broadcaster’s staff will get 6% wage increase after standoff in CCMA resolved

Cyril Ramaphosa encouraged by progress in South Sudan

The country has made strides towards democracy, which SA will continue to support, says president

Mothibi Ramusi takes helm as Icasa’s new chair

Chair comes into role amid criticism of regulator and ahead of another spectrum auction

Cyril Ramaphosa extends SANDF deployments

The expenditure expected to be incurred for the Operation Mistral deployment amounts to just over R805m

Tshwane wins appeal over R24m power bill

City can now take necessary debt collection measures to obtain outstanding R24m

Courts not always to blame for backlogs, says deputy justice minister

There are a number of role players in the criminal justice system, says John Jeffery

Toxic cough syrup no longer available in SA, says WHO

The recalled batch of Benylin syrup was made by J&J in SA in May 2021, though Kenvue owns the brand after a spin-off from J&J in 2023