Office buildings stand empty as more companies decide not to return to the traditional way of working
Those South Africans who do drink, do so to excess, as measured against international standards. Would tax increases solve the problem?
A personal tragedy led SA-born chiropractor Clint Phillips to found telemedicine firm 2nd.MD in 2010. Last month, he sold it for almost $500m
The economic and financial market shocks unleashed by Covid-19 have worsened an already declining investment landscape in Africa. But there are various ...
Facebook’s actions met with general approval when it blocked Ugandan government propaganda masquerading as news. When it limited the sharing of actual news ...
10 years in the making - the longest gestation period of a new vehicle this century – the local Navara is set to be launched in June
More than 2-million South Africans found work between June and October 2020, according to the latest round of data from the Nids-Cram survey. But hunger — and ...
Cyril Ramaphosa’s update on government progress was largely unconvincing, despite movement on energy reform and the extension of income support
As Covid-19 vaccine distribution ramps up around the world, Africa’s ports and free trade zones could be vulnerable to exploitation by organised crime
ANC members’ reluctance to implement the step-aside rule stems from the fear that it will be used against them in future. It’s a concern that cuts across the ...
SA’s media houses are looking increasingly gaunt as readers shun dead-tree publications in favour of digital. But their demise would be bad news for society at ...
Despite a bounce-back in jobs, child hunger in SA has persisted. Grants are a huge help, but SA also needs a healthy economy to be able to address this problem
The latest evidence suggests that keeping schools open is crucial for social equity
Faced with concerns about Covid fatigue in 2021, the government needs to improve its communication
Women have been hit harder by the Covid-19 crisis, but are less likely than men to receive unemployment benefits
SA’s early childhood development sector has staged a recovery — but it’s not yet back to its pre-Covid levels. A longer-term strategy for the sector is crucial
SA’s tobacco sales ban has reduced smoking prevalence in the country — but it has also probably fired up the illicit market
The bad news: There are no plans for electric vehicles, or bakkies – or what South Africans believe bakkies should be