BYTES FROM THE DIGITAL WORLD
EDITOR’S LUNCHBOX: Pro-Zuma factions must go — or the ANC will splinter
KPMG’s Gupta taint refuses to go away — as do South African fathers who, research shows, actually like spending time with their children
Stories of Note
Bytes from the digital world
Mineral Resources Minister Mosebenzi Zwane defends the new Mining Charter, saying it "gives practical expression to the meaning of radical economic transformation".
Malusi Gigaba is hard-pressed to defend his wife’s presence — at taxpayers’ expense, when the economy is in crisis — on an investment trip to the US.
With medical negligence claims at record highs, the Gauteng provincial department pleads poverty and asks for understanding.
In My Opinion
Matters of debate
The Guardian exposes British American Tobacco’s marketing antics in some of the world’s most unstable countries — including war zones.
Natasha Marrian argues that if the pro-Zuma faction of the ANC is not dismantled, the ANC will split.
Eddie Rakabe says that in supporting township revitalisation, more procurement opportunities should be awarded to enterprises that provide township value-added products or those that have high township-input content.
Research sheds light on fathers who, despite significant economic and social pressure, choose to remain involved in meaningful ways in the lives of their children.
The long and the short of the markets
KPMG’s Gupta woes continue, with the company now facing censure from the Companies and Intellectual Property Commission.