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READ: Gwede Mantashe on SA’s mining landscape

Minister of Mineral Resources Minister Gwede Mantashe Mantashe: Government appealing Xolobeni ruling to prevent ‘chaos’ in mine licensing Gwede Mantashe sa

Worried about traveling with your kids over the holidays? Read this first

A little preparation can spare parents who travel with their children – and those around them – from feeling the blues this holiday season. Among the biggest sou

READ: Ramaphosa’s pitch for SA at Davos

President Cyril Ramaphosa speaking at the South African Local Government Association Conference of 2018. (The Presidency (Supplied)) Ramaphosa has ‘full confidence&#

The Sunday Read: Safair CEO on doing ‘good, honest business’

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How to Speak Screen on iPhone and iPad to Have iOS Read Anything to You

Did you know the iPhone or iPad can read aloud anything that is on screen? The Speak Screen feature of iOS is helpful for many reasons, but in order to use it you must first enabl

The Big Read: Pandor on jobs, raising entrepreneurs and having your work cut out for you

Naledi Pandor. (Duncan Alfreds, Fin24, file) Related Articles Beyond jobs summits: Can SA grow jobs and investments long-term? But wait, Mr President, we need to

The Sunday Read: Why acting CEO says ACSA is on the up despite falling revenue

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The Sunday Read: Why new Black Management Forum president won’t ‘toyi toyi’ for transformation

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Have Your Fortune Read at This NYC Hotel

Divination ball lit by glowing candles. (Photo via iStock / Getty Images Plus / alexkich) Hotels are always looking for creative ways to connect with new customers, and that

The Sunday Read: New Mango acting CEO will ‘give it everything’ she’s got

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The Big Read: Why Uber has no plans to compete with minibus taxis

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Oil poised for sixth weekly loss on lingering oversupply risk

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Bitcoin’s high energy consumption is a concern – but it may be a price worth paying

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The promise and peril of land reform

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SA’s cancellation of bilateral investment treaties – strategic or hostile?

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7 things Treasury, Parliament must consider as they expand the list of zero-VAT items

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Funding of two new coal IPPs in South Africa may be under threat

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SARB on no rate cut: we are not the reason for SA’s weak growth

SA Reserve Bank governor Lesetja Kganyago ((Lisa Hnatowicz) Related Articles Reserve Bank rates decision may just be short-term property breather Too early to panic about SA