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Bosasa pulled every political lever at its disposal. After the final SIU report was submitted in 2009, it took the company only a day or two to get its hands on the confidential document.
Zephany Nurse thought she knew her mother. Until her mother turned out not to be her mother. She, who had always only known herself as one Miché Solomon, was in fact a whole other person altogether.
Toni Morrison is even more relevant in South African universities today than she’s ever been. Race is a topic that’s simultaneously sanitised and amplified in the country’s discourse. Morrison’s determined refusal to shy away from it reverberates across the Atlantic.
There are few if any businesses that can survive on 'quality' alone, says Ian Mann.
Half of the companies that were on the Fortune 500 list in 2000 are no longer on the list today, says Ian Mann.
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Rudland's empire in Zimbabwe is known as Pioneer Corporation Africa (PCA). Mavambo, the company raided in 2006, was a transport company and a subsidiary of PCA.
Toni Morrison constantly reminded us that the real work of racism is to keep black people busy proving they have a history, a language, a heritage, writes Asanda Ngoasheng.
If you're looking for your next read, or want to meet your favourite author, head over to the Open Book Festival in Cape Town which takes place from 4 to 8 September this year. The programme is out and bookings are now open.
Yusuf Kajee was the most outspoken of a group of independent cigarette manufacturers. He was also the first person to expose the attack on me, and later on SARS, for what it was, in emails which he sent to various media houses in 2014.
"You may be able to pursue compensation for your child’s personal injury."
Social media plays a massive role in how Lewis Hamilton is perceived.
Plus, the three attributes that make her a visionary
Volkswagen breathes fresh air into the SUV segment with the new T-Roc Cabriolet.
Here are 5 trailers you must watch!
There's a mesmerising beauty in watching water fall and foam from great heights.
Workplace safety could worsen under their leadership
Clarkson explains to viewers why he finds cycling to be "bad for the environment".
There are two skills most managers lack: running good meetings and giving effective feedback, says Ian Mann. Here's how to fix the most important one.
In his latest book, political journalist Pieter du Toit explores the roots of Stellenbosch, and closely examines its ‘club’ of billionaires. Who are they and, crucially, how are they connected?
Pithy success stories are missing the really important part: the messy middle, says Ian Mann.
The underworld is designed to deceive and deflect. There've been major shake-ups in the intelligence and policing arenas, some of which are still to be carried out, but it's difficult to eliminate a problem created to shapeshift around scrutiny.
Ben Horowitz is worth some $2.8bn, but the secret sauce is surprising, says Ian Mann.
Author of the book, The SABC 8, Foeta Krige says writing the book was not only therapeutic, but also closure on a dark chapter in his life.
My decision to create a moonlighting venture was my way of dipping a toe into entrepreneurship without taking on the full risk of entrepreneurship. Importantly, the venture was complementary rather than competitive with the corporate work I did.
While Julius Malema was attacking Johann Rupert and ranting about white monopoly capital, Floyed Shivambu advised Rupert to set the record straight in public and suggested ways he might achieve that.
You are already relying on machine learning, says Ian Mann.
A good work of literature is that which is authentic and unpretentious, says author Elsa Joubert.
In South Africa, which routinely experiences waves of xenophobic violence, it is easy to see how populist leaders could exploit the threat of Islamist terrorism for their political advantage.
While underworld corruption existed to some extent under presidents Nelson Mandela and Thabo Mbeki, it was only under the watch of Jacob Zuma that "the problem became amplified and the corruption flowed in, saturating the police".
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