UK inflation data and New Zealand rate hike remind investors that global economy still faces many challenges
The state is unable to meet its own responsibilities and those it has consciously reserved for itself
‘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
This is the steepest fall in retail activity since January 2021, showing the effects of higher inflation and interest rates
The claim by Sars that it costs the country R31bn is wrong — the real cost is about R4bn a year
Coal prices hit a record as utilities burn the fuel to fill in gaps left by reduced gas supply from Russia
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
This time last week I was sitting in a glammed-up helicopter hangar in north Jozi, munching my way through the proffered finger foods as a line-up of glossy influencers and suited execs took us through the features of Samsung’s latest devices at the Galaxy Unpacked event. It was my first in-person, real-life tech launch in two years, and the phrase that kept occurring to me was “nature is healing”.
Remember that? In the early eerie first lockdowns — which now feel decidedly like “ye olde days of yore” — any picture of an urban fox or dolphins in the Hudson River (New York) prompted a series of social posts and articles on how animals were reclaiming our unnervingly empty cityscapes. It was so prevalent that it soon became a running joke online. Much of it (the apparent rewilding) has since sadly been debunked, but we will always have the memes...
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