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Case of racism opened against Helen Zille

Case of racism opened against Helen Zille

Black First Land First (BLF) has on Saturday (25 March), opened a case of racism against Western Cape premier Helen Zille at the Hillbrow Police Station in Johannesburg.

Government - By Staff Writer | 25 March, 2017
What businesses need to know about longevity – 2 reasons why companies stay successful

What businesses need to know about longevity – 2 reasons why companies stay successful

Using research from 1,200 companies, financial services company Citadel, has identified two attributes which contribute to the long-term success of a company across geography, industry and time.

Columns - By Staff Writer | 25 March, 2017

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How Mercedes Agility can benefit you this Easter

How Mercedes Agility can benefit you this Easter

Everyone wants travelling peace of mind for their Easter getaway while doing it in style and the Mercedes-Benz A-Class offers you just that – and more.

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How much water SA municipalities lose

How much water SA municipalities lose

World Water Day was celebrated this week, placing the spotlight on the frugal use of this resource. It’s then worrying to report that the water records of most South African municipalities are inadequate.

Lifestyle - By Africa Check | 25 March, 2017
The 3 most common scams used to defraud bank customers in South Africa

The 3 most common scams used to defraud bank customers in South Africa

South African criminals are becoming more and more sophisticated in their fraud scams, but consumers who familiarise themselves with the most well-known scams and the means to protect themselves are much safer than regular victims, according to analysts at African Bank.

Banking, Finance - By Staff Writer | 24 March, 2017
Capitec makes first major move overseas in R283 million deal with online only lender

Capitec makes first major move overseas in R283 million deal with online only lender

Capitec has made its first move into international markets by acquiring a 40% stake in European online lender, Creamfinance, for €21 million – or R283 million.

Banking - By Staff Writer | 24 March, 2017
Inside a R35 million penthouse apartment in Melrose Arch

Inside a R35 million penthouse apartment in Melrose Arch

If you’ve ever wondered what it would look like to live in a penthouse apartment in one of the most high-profile retail areas in Johannesburg – this is what you would get.

Wealth - By Staff Writer | 24 March, 2017
These are the best areas in Cape Town to invest in property

These are the best areas in Cape Town to invest in property

FNB identifies areas in Cape Town that have shown the strongest house price growth over the past several years, and why.

Finance, Wealth - By Staff Writer | 24 March, 2017
All new Navara launch kick-starts busy year for Nissan in South Africa

All new Navara launch kick-starts busy year for Nissan in South Africa

Nissan has returned to the premier pick-up market this month following the launch of the first Navara 4×4 models, with more expected in due course.

Motoring - By Gareth Vorster | 24 March, 2017
‘We are getting weaker’: ANC

‘We are getting weaker’: ANC

The ruling ANC admits that ‘it faces declining fortunes’ amid internal squabbles, money politics, corruption and poor performance in government.

Government - By Staff Writer | 24 March, 2017
Challenging Zille has nothing to do with free speech and censorship: law expert

Challenging Zille has nothing to do with free speech and censorship: law expert

Constitutional law expert Pierre de Vos says that holding Western Cape premier Helen Zille accountable for what she tweets – even if it means she gets fired – has little to do with freedom of speech and censorship.

Government - By Staff Writer | 24 March, 2017
5 important things happening in South Africa today

5 important things happening in South Africa today

The ANC continues to fight itself from within; Helen Zille will not go quietly despite angering DA leaders; the State Security Agency is allegedly protecting a key suspect in the Chief Justice break-in; and stakeholders play the blame game in South Africa’s chicken crisis.

Business, Government - By Staff Writer | 24 March, 2017
How much it will cost to send your kids to school in Steyn City

How much it will cost to send your kids to school in Steyn City

Residents of Steyn City – the multi-billion mixed-use lifestyle development in the north of Johannesburg – will be able to send their children to a private school from 2018.

Lifestyle, Wealth - By Staff Writer | 23 March, 2017
This is what a new R100 million SA government school looks like

This is what a new R100 million SA government school looks like

The MEC for Infrastructure Development has formally handed over the Mokone Maruping Primary School to the Community of Braamfischerville – a new R98 million government school in the heart of Soweto.

Lifestyle - By Staff Writer | 23 March, 2017
South Africans are some of the most hard-working in the world

South Africans are some of the most hard-working in the world

New employment data shows that South African workers are some of the most hard-working in world, with discretionary effort levels double that of the global average.

Business - By Staff Writer | 23 March, 2017
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