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R30m damage caused by Cape Town train fire

Officials are trying to establish the cause of a fire at Cape Town station that destroyed a number of train units – leaving an estimated R30m cost of repair, Prasa said...

North West people have been getting angrier

Recent violent protests in Mahikeng in South Africa’s North West province have prompted widespread commentary about what’s behind them, as well as their significance. Protests have raged in the province for two weeks...

Cape Town residents protest water tariffs; Why pay for the City’s mistakes?

Cape Town's taps should have run dry this week, but the city has managed to dodge this deadline. Day Zero was pushed back to 2019 after a steady decrease in water...

The end of South African universities?

Jonathan Jansen, vice-chancellor of the University of the Free State in South Africa until a year ago, has written a book on the country’s higher education sector. As by Fire – The...

The effect’s ‘junk status’ will have on ordinary South Africans

What ordinary South Africans need to do now is look at the down-to-earth effects of the credit rating down grade and how junk status will hurt them in their every-day lives,...


What are the best investment options in South Africa?

Investing can help you keep with the growing inflation rates and set and achieve goals in your career. Whether it's buying a car, owning...


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