Local bourse recovers from Thursday’s losses on positive sentiment amid rumours that President Cyril Ramaphosa may reshuffle his Cabinet any day now
Anthony Butler says the DA may feel compelled to move right and the EFF left, and Resilient’s share price hit a three-and-a-half-year low
'Regime change' – and discussions with Ramaphosa – had led to the decision
Zolile Mrara was accused of nepotism in 2015; his move comes amid speculation of an imminent provincial cabinet reshuffle
SA Airlink and Safair say they are disappointed by the decision and will approach the Competition Tribunal to allay the commission’s concerns
The ratings agency has issued a lukewarm report on the budget, voicing its concern about Eskom, public sector wage negotiations, free tertiary education and the NHI
But the country fared less well in the underlying indices, including policy perception, confirming what local companies have said about the deterioration of regulatory confidence and security
Yobe state governor Ibrahim Gaidam has questioned if there has been a kidnapping at all, saying ‘It is possible some of the girls came across motorists and they gave them a ride to some places’
Flyhalf finally shrugs off injuries and is raring to get season going against Hurricanes at Loftus
Nosy Ankao, an island off the northeast coast, offers first five-star resort, writes Brandon Presser
Hluhluwe-iMfolozi Park uses surveillance equipment to intensify the battle against rampant poaching, writes Tony Carnie
A large-scale desalination plant will provide a long-term solution to the drought, producing about 30% of Cape Town’s water needs, say the chamber
A hi-tech ship is part of a programme, funded by various Norwegian institutes and the FAO, to research SA’s fish stocks and oceanic environmental ...
Climate change measurements show that the western Indian Ocean is warming faster than any other part of the world’s oceans, writes Heather Dugmore
The first solar steam plant — KaXu Solar One, opened in 2015 — created about 80 new permanent jobs and about 1,700 temporary ones
The research has provided further evidence of the link between mammals and their ‘mammal-like’ reptile ancestors
Mokonyane invites investment from private sector but creates conditions that drive it away
Passengers whose luggage is 5kg under the weight limit can ‘exchange’ their unused kilograms for litres of water that will be delivered to Cape ...
Whales have highly miniaturised inner ears: blue whales have a similar-sized inner ear to humans‚ possibly the result of having such a short neck
A Stellenbosch team is monitoring the environmental impact of such power plants on water loss, birdlife and dust
SA’s astronomy site in the Northern Cape will eventually host the Square Kilometre Array, but nature reserve plans may impede, writes Sarah Wild
Tony Carnie: SA should consider including renewable option in mix despite potential damage to environment, study reads
Award-winning tool Emma (ecosystem monitoring for management application) uses satellite images to monitor the vegetation, writes Sarah Wild
The study’s findings, from West and East Africa and Asia, could help countries and aid agencies tackle hunger more effectively
The Northern Cape project is a 100MW plant and is the first concentrated solar power plant in the country, which can generate electricity as well as store ...
Research shows that populations, including pollinator species, decreased in Germany over the past 30 years
The research group also cites chaotic policies, a string of energy ministers, and independent producers’ growing doubts about the feasibility of tariffs ...
Even a small negative effect on growth could be enough to tip SA back into recession
Bandile Dlabantu will represent SA at the Cleantech Open Global Forum competition in the US for his use of dehydrated worms to make animal feed
The investment envisaged by the water minister includes large bulk-water and sanitation schemes, municipal delivery systems and ‘capacity-building ...
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