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These are the best restaurants in Joburg and Cape Town

These are the best restaurants in Joburg and Cape Town

American Express has released the winners of its Platinum Fine Dining awards, listing the top restaurants in Cape Town and Johannesburg.

Lifestyle - By Staff Writer | 30 September, 2016
Motsoeneng gets another salary hike

Motsoeneng gets another salary hike

Former SABC COO Hlaudi Motsoeneng received a salary increase – of almost half a million rand – making him the highest paid executive at the SABC.

Media - By Staff Writer | 30 September, 2016

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Hidden costs of home owning you need to know about

Hidden costs of home owning you need to know about

Owning your own home is a huge milestone, but the purchase price of your new house is not the only cost that you need to consider.

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Zuma is safe for at least one more year

Zuma is safe for at least one more year

President Jacob Zuma’s position as head of the ANC – and the country – is secure for one more year, as the ruling party has outright rejected calls for an early elective conference.

Government - By Staff Writer | 30 September, 2016
MMM ‘Ponzi scheme’ is spreading

MMM ‘Ponzi scheme’ is spreading

While controversial ‘donation platform’ MMM is under investigation by the Hawks in South Africa, the alleged Ponzi scheme has spread to Nigeria.

Banking - By Staff Writer | 30 September, 2016
5 things you need to know in South Africa today

5 things you need to know in South Africa today

The SABC spent R5 billion in the last two years, but doesn’t really know where or for what; the rating agency most likely to cut SA to junk is keeping a close eye on political tensions; Eskom is going nuclear; and FeesMustFall has hit the tipping point.

Business, Finance - By Staff Writer | 30 September, 2016
Petrol price pain for SA motorists in October

Petrol price pain for SA motorists in October

Motorists will have to fork out more at the pumps in October thanks to stronger international petroleum prices, according to the Automobile Association (AA).

Energy - By Staff Writer | 29 September, 2016
The solution to South Africa’s unemployment problem: pay people less

The solution to South Africa’s unemployment problem: pay people less

Despite its many achievements in more than two decades after apartheid, South Africa is in ‘deep trouble’, as unemployment and poverty rates remain high.

Business, Finance - By Staff Writer | 29 September, 2016
Quiz: can you identify these cars by just looking at their lights?

Quiz: can you identify these cars by just looking at their lights?

How important is a car’s design in an age where a lot of emphasis has been placed on safety, performance and fuel economy?

Lifestyle - By Staff Writer | 29 September, 2016
Capitec is now the third biggest bank in South Africa

Capitec is now the third biggest bank in South Africa

Capitec Bank has become the third biggest bank in South Africa in terms of customer numbers, having shot past FNB and now Nedbank in the rankings.

Banking - By Staff Writer | 29 September, 2016
SABC suffers R411 million net loss

SABC suffers R411 million net loss

The SABC has posted a net loss of R411 million, the public broadcaster said on Thursday.

Finance - By News24Wire | 29 September, 2016
South Africans may soon not have to pay a fortune for visas to the EU

South Africans may soon not have to pay a fortune for visas to the EU

Home Affairs minister, Malusi Gigaba, has proposed that EU member states relax visa requirements for South Africa.

Business - By Staff Writer | 29 September, 2016
The best and worst mobile phones in South Africa in 2016

The best and worst mobile phones in South Africa in 2016

The latest South African Customer Satisfaction Index (SAcsi) for mobile handsets reveals that South African consumers are highly satisfied with their experience with Apple phones – while Blackberry continues to fall out of favour.

Mobile - By Staff Writer | 29 September, 2016
5 things you need to know in South Africa today

5 things you need to know in South Africa today

Student protests intensify as Wits tries to find out if students are keen on going back to classes this year; the Tshwane municipality isn’t going under administration; and Joburg will investigate how the Gupta compound got rezoned a week before the elections.

General - By Staff Writer | 29 September, 2016
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