October 4, 2015

Newsmaker: Thomas Piketty – capital and critics

Thomas Piketty has been on the defensive for months.
October 6, 2015

SA cuts off its nose in spite

The police report was very matter of fact: “Five classrooms were burnt at one school. At another school, four classrooms were burnt, and another and one classroom was destroyed at another school.”
October 7, 2015

SA needs to plan now for a failure of water supply

Business must take current threats to the water system seriously and plan now for a failure of the water supply, a panel of leading experts in water infrastructure and planning told a recent forum at the Gordon Institute of Business Science.
October 7, 2015

Marriage trends suggest SA is in the racial blender

The findings of a new study at North-West University in Mahikeng about changes in interracial marriages have raised hopes that race relations in the country are improving.

October 4 2015