A four-person household should pay R290 a month for electricity, yet the power utility is charging them roughly R1,200, says a lobby group
South Africa’s economy is crippled because political leaders eschew reason and logic
The Netherlands, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, Singapore and Ireland are among the rich countries that funnel major corporate money into secret offshore tax shelters, according to a new study
'The back teeth are the most fractured, with more than half having at least one chip and many having multiple small chips'
Republican US Senate leaders are struggling to keep a seven-year promise to end the Affordable Care Act, which expanded health insurance to about 20 million people
'Ten pounds would have meant a lot to Jane Austen, about the same as 1,000 pounds would mean to us today'
World Rugby‚ the game’s governing body‚ will trial six new law amendments from August in an effort to simply the sport for players‚ fans‚ and most importantly‚ officials. The amendments‚ which relate ...
However, do not badmouth everything that happens in South Africa. Yes, we are stuck with horrible political leaders, but they come and go
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