Business links emerge stronger from BRICS Business Forum

Johannesburg, 17 November 2020. Strong multilateral relations between business communities in the BRICS alliance are growing in importance in a rapidly changing global economy....

Full text: the mini budget

Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan and his team before the delivery of the mini budget on 26 October 2016. (Image: National Treasury, Facebook) Compiled by Priya...

Photographer Peter Magubane remembers June 16 with new book

鄭 struggle without documentation is no struggle" - Peter Magubane — Exclusive Books (@exclusivescoza) June 16, 2016 At the launch of photographer Peter Magubane's latest book, June 16:...
R10bn jobs-saving initiative

SA looks at pension for low-income earners

Social security for vulnerable workers is being investigated by the Department of Labour, which will seek information on international best practice from the International Labour Organization. A discussion paper will be tabled at Nedlac following approval by the Cabinet.

Who will become a star at Afcon 2015?

Expect the Africa Cup of Nations to be one of the most exciting tournaments ever as the continent brings its carefree, buccaneering style to the beautiful game. The old guard has stepped down and the two most successful teams are out – leaving the field wide open for new stars to be made.

Celebrating Africa’s health heroes

In Africa, only 3% of the world's healthcare workers tend to 24% of the global disease burden. To help bridge the skills divide, the University of Cape Town offers programmes aimed at African students who want to make a difference in their home countries. Here are some of their stories.

Mandela’s peers reflect on his legacy

"He had a wonderful sense of humour. There would always be laughter with him." Naledi Pandor encourages people to have a sense of lightness when remembering Nelson Mandela, a year after his death, "because that is what he would want". She was among many reflecting on his memory.

Juan Smith completes remarkable Springbok return

Juan Smith will complete a remarkable return to international rugby when he runs out for the Springboks against Argentina in Salta on Saturday. His inclusion at flank is one of three changes to the starting XV, with a further four changes on the bench.

Kallis calls an end to international career

Jacques Kallis announced his retirement from all forms of international cricket on Wednesday, bringing down the curtain on a career which established him as the leading all-rounder of his day, and one of the greatest players of all time.

An African team for the World Cup

A new golden generation of top-flight football talent is taking Africa to the World Cup. The entire continent is again expected to get behind the Indomitable Lions, Super Eagles, Les Elephants, Black Stars, Desert Foxes and their young teams as they play for glory.