We are already killing unprecedented amounts of aquatic life
There is a chasm between what goes into fancy plans in boardrooms and PowerPoint presentations, and what actually happens on the ground
This is the case at all stores, but especially at Edgars and CNA. It will become worse now that the unions have Edcon in their pocket
I find it very hard to feel any sympathy for MTN over its Nigerian woes
The courage of our convictions is not our problem. Rebuilding our airline into something we can all be proud of is
The education system needs to be based on elitism: the best minds must be nurtured for university education; other places of learning, can produce the artisans
Our country is crying out for qualified, competent people. It would make sense for private enterprise to partner with the government to build up the skills of ...
In his appalling ignorance, Ace Magashule couldn’t even get the terminology correct. But, worse still, he didn’t understand its purpose
One of the first things he should have done on becoming ANC president was to reverse Jacob Zuma’s promise of free tertiary education
A year ago Investec analyst Anthony Geard called out Tongaat for poor results, and suggested that Peter Staude’s departure as CEO was long overdue
An Italian restaurateur — an employer of at least 10 people — being forced to close his business in SA because the department of home affairs refused to renew ...
Start with greater tax incentives for businesses that hire and train school-leavers, and ensuring every employee in the private sector has the opportunity to ...
A country with the drive to see its people living and enjoying a high quality of life cannot remove the cultural development of children from basic education
Should Ramaphosa falter, failure will result in SA becoming another African tragedy
Celebrate with us by telling us when we got it right (or horribly wrong), or give us suggestions on how we can do better
How long will it take President Cyril Ramaphosa’s government to realise jobs and employment are jobs and employment regardless of race?
How is it that when the ANC loses 5% in the election and the DA loses 1.8%, it is imploding?