2018-10-16 11:35

Today he is a production supervisor at a mine.


2018-08-29 12:37

JOMO Khomo and his wife, Kefilwe, worked abroad for several years and came back with a suitcase full of great ideas.

World Bank: Strengthen property rights for land reform

2018-08-14 21:11

The World Bank recognises the need for land reform, but it must happen within a regime of secure property rights.

It's war in the DA between 'laptop boys' and 'Bruma boys'

2018-08-10 08:27

The DA is at risk of being paralysed by low-intensity warfare between the "laptop boys" – a grouping rallying behind the party's "liberal core" – and the "Bruma boys", writes Adriaan Basson.

BEE policy: DA federal chairperson disputes claims by head of policy

2018-08-04 19:41

DA’s federal council chairperson James Selfe has disputed claims that the opposition party has decided to do away with its BEE policy and search for a broader economic empowerment policy.

Vodacom went to court to be allowed to reach shareholders via SMS, because the Post Office was on strike

2018-07-19 09:58

The additional cost to Vodacom and its empowerment structure of not having a reliable postal service for several weeks: R2.5 million.

Vodacom plans R17.5bn stake sale to raise black ownership

2018-06-11 12:53

The deal will help Vodacom comply with a government initiative to ensure that at least 20% of the company is owned by blacks.

Vodacom just announced a R3 billion payday for its BEE investors – here’s how its YeboYethu scheme will now change

2018-06-11 09:34

In a dizzyingly complex series of transactions, Vodacom BEE shareholders will get R3 billion in dividends before the company puts R4.2 billion into a new scheme for the next 10 years.

Gwede jumps in to save charter

2018-04-29 06:01

The department of mineral resources claims meaningful empowerment is impossible if a recent high court declaratory order, which severely reduces the reach of the latest draft of the Mining Charter, is allowed to stand.

BLSA to address W Cape's difficulty to attract black talent - Mohale

2018-04-25 06:15

The difficulty for the Western Cape to attract and keep "senior black talent" is one of the issues the new Business Leadership South Africa chapter in the province will tackle.



2018-08-29 14:44

A leap of faith in business has paid off big time for the Khomo family in John Taolo Gaetsewe municipality in the Northern Cape.

Education can provide true empowerment

2018-08-19 09:36

In BEE is not the enemy (City Press, August 12 2018), Mondli Makhanya paid the Institute of Race Relations (IRR) a justly deserved compliment, though perhaps without meaning to, writes Michael Morris.

DA daunted by our ugly past

2018-08-10 09:25

The debates in the DA suggest that the party is unsure about how to deal with the legacy of the past which manifests itself in spatial patterns, income trends and the "first black" phenomenon, writes Mpumelelo Mkhabela.

DA leaders pick sides amid confusion over party's decision to ditch BEE policy

2018-08-07 07:35

Senior DA party leaders have attacked each other on public platforms, disagreeing over whether the party had actually taken a decision to scrap the empowerment policy.

DA's highest decision making body ditches BEE, saying the policy is not sustainable

2018-08-04 12:44

The DA’s federal council has decided to ditch black economic empowerment, claiming the policy is simply “just not working.”

WATCH: Incredible footage shows Asian hornets ambushing honeybees

2018-07-04 18:18

Tiny electronic trackers small enough to attach to a flying insect are the latest weapon being used to stave off an Asian hornet invasion that threatens Britain's honeybees.

These 4 simple cartoons explain Vodacom’s complicated new YeboYethu BEE deal, worth R17.5 billion

2018-06-11 11:04

Vodacom's planned empowerment transaction features complicated share swaps and value calculations – but is pretty well explained in a short cartoon for existing YeboYethu shareholders.

Beyond the scorecard, what is holding SA back?

2018-05-11 07:43

Hundreds of corporates and multinationals currently meet the minimum requirements of the BEE scorecard, so what is actually the problem, asks Catherine Wijnberg.

The mining charter: 'Is this proof of trust deficiency?'

2018-04-29 06:00

The majority judgment in the Chamber of Mines’ declaratory application came at a time when the mining industry was starting to engage constructively on the review of the controversial Mining Charter 3.

BEE ruling a win for miners and investors

2018-04-19 14:47

Analysts say a recent High Court decision should make it easier to invest capital in the sector and help reduce the substantial valuation gaps between SA mining firms and their international peers.

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