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With Cyril Ramaphosa emerging strongly from the ANC policy conference this weekend, his re-election as party president in December looks secure — for now, at least. The race, however, is on for the ...
A new precinct planned around the high court in Joburg is yet another plan to fix the decayed CBD. But can this work, where previous plans haven’t? And can it really lure the lawyers back from ...
Growing up in Eldorado Park, a rough neighbourhood to the south of Johannesburg, Sheldon Tatchell had two options: steal or work in a corporate. At the urging of his parents to get “a real job”, he joined a bank.
After six years with Standard Bank as an account management consultant — basically a debt collector, he says — he decided to follow a passion of his youth: cutting hair. It’s a skill he developed as a teenager, learning from a barber who was “the coolest guy around” because of his great haircuts...
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