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South Africa’s Top Gold Miner Says President Zuma Must Quit

South African President Jacob Zuma “has to go,” with poor governance deterring prospective investors, according to the head of Sibanye Gold Ltd., the …

South Africa

Splits in ANC Risk Its Grip on South Africa, Minister Says

Splits within South Africa’s ruling African National Congress may cause it to lose power at the next national elections in 2019, according to a …

South Africa

Crisis hits South African homeowners as debt starts to choke

New data by credit bureau, Compuscan, shows that even wealthy South Africans are struggling to keep up with their mortgage repayments.<p>Citing the …

Blade’s fee ‘fix’: More questions than answers

Let us start by separating the question of fee increments and that of free quality decolonised Education.<p>A council of any university has the legal …

South Africans spend more of their income on petrol than any other country

South African motorists continue to pay the highest portion of their salaries towards petrol more than any other country in the world.<p>This is …

Wayde raking in the cash

Barely a week after being presented with a flashy, R1.8 million German sports-car, Olympic hero Wayde van Niekerk received a R1m performance …

SowetanLIVE

False start for Ramaphosa’s campaign as Cosatu wimps out on official endorsement

Cyril Ramaphosa has yet to say whether he still maintains that the government is at war with itself. The deputy president sat quietly on his bench in …

Your Heritage Day feast - a proudly South African braai | FinGlobal

24 September marks Heritage Day in South Africa – on this day South Africans from around the globe come together, observe and celebrate what it is …

Revealed: Nearly 300 government employees are on paid suspension

Why Your Brain Won't Let You Look at These Black Dots All at Once

A new optical illusion is here to break the internet, or at least our minds. The latest visual trick making the rounds is an image of intersecting …

Visual Design

TimesLIVE

The world's rising powers have fallen

But the optimism of 2008 — when the so-called "BRICS" were ascendant, ready to reshape global economics and politics — has turned to doubt.<p>The impeachment trial of Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff and a Russian doping scandal that only a Soviet could be proud of are just the latest unmistakable …

Geopolitics

SABC interdict will be used in fired #SABC8 journalists' Labour Court case

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Icasa says SABC will abide by order - but what about the sacked #SABC8 journalists?

Economy

East Coast Radio is KwaZulu-Natal’s leading commercial radio station.

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SowetanLIVE

Why a big loss of power for the ANC could be bad news for South Africa

New research and analysis from Nomura shows why any extreme outcome in the 2016 municipal elections, will set the country up for a wild ride.<p>The …

South Africa

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South Africa's vote against internet freedom tarnishes its global image

Penelope Andrews has been the Dean at the University of Cape Town since January 2016. Prior to joining UCT, she was the President and Dean at Albany …

​'You can question anyone, except Zuma' - Hlaudi reportedly told SABC journalists

Business blood bath not far away

The South African private sector is in deep trouble. The average South African business is on its knees and barely keeping the lights on.<p>In fact, the …

95 Awesome Social Media Facts You Should Not Ignore

It’s only been 10 years but it feels like a lifetime.<p>Twitter has been around for a decade. I joined in 2008 and had no clue about what to do with it …

S. Africa’s Biggest Labor Group to Balance Pay, Job Security

South Africa’s largest labor group said it will encourage its member unions that represent 1.9 million workers ranging from teachers to miners to …

South Africa

Why e-commerce in SA is falling behind

By global standards, most South African consumers are making their purchases at brick-and-mortar stores, even as the online shopping sphere is poised …