SA’s economic woes deepen

Blow to sentiment as GDP contracts again: the last time the country posted four straight quarters of growth was in 2013

New chapter for Henley

Henley Business School has launched an alumni chapter in SA

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African plants under threat, by the numbers

One third of plant species in tropical Africa are threatened with extinction, a new study published in the journal Science Advances suggests

Thabang Moroe: throwing away his wicket

Moroe mistook five journalists for soft targets when he banned them from the press boxes

GPS: the hidden tool rugby coaches rely on

Data can provide a true picture of player performance, making it both critical to training and a closely guarded team secret

Huawei Watch GT 2: better performance, more stability

The new Huawei Watch GT 2 is a multisport wearable with an emphasis on fitness tracking

How charitable were America’s richest people in 2018?

How much money did the 10 richest Americans give in 2018?

HOT PROPERTY: Morningside show-stopper

Set in a landscaped garden in a prime position in Morningside, this opulent home offers four bedrooms, 4½ bathrooms and five reception rooms

A bad week for Amazon’s Jeff Bezos

Amazon has been named the worst offender of five US tech giants collectively accused of ‘aggressively avoiding’ $100bn in tax over the past decade

Rebuilding the PPC behemoth

CEO Roland van Wijnen has a plan to improve the fortunes of cement maker PPC that will include internal changes and an appeal to government for protection from ...

Low take-up of Phuthuma Nathi’s bad deal

MultiChoice share swap arrangement fails to draw the interest of BEE shareholders, which is not surprising, given its valuation

Beijing’s authority gets stern rebuke

If elections are a yardstick of popular feeling, this weekend in Hong Kong was a humdinger

Facebook’s scramble for online Africa

The social media giant is promoting its potential as a platform for app developers and tech start-ups

Sacha Baron Cohen has had a good week

Satirist says Facebook would have let Hitler buy ads for the ‘Final Solution’

Financial Mail and amaBhungane launch application to access former President Zuma’s tax records

The existing legislation prevents us from obtaining information on the tax status of senior members of the executive accused of serious crimes, says Rob Rose