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Coffee craze sparks opportunities post Covid

Against a backdrop of adversity, firstly the pandemic, then a medical catastrophe, the rise and rise of the coffee business has created a lifeline for many of those affected. The editor...

Productivity has risen with remote/hybrid working, but worker trust may pose a larger challenge

Remote/hybrid working seems to have boosted productivity -- a majority of business leaders said their organisation have performed better against workforce performance and productivity targets over the past 12 months ...

MDBs climate finance rose to $66 bn in 2020, joint report shows

CLIMATE finance committed by major multilateral development banks (MDBs) rose to a total of $66 billion last year from $61.6 billion in 2019, according to the 2020 Joint Report on Multilateral...

Electricity infrastructure vandalism is on the rise in Cape Town

It looks like senseless vandalism is once again on the rise, as the level of electricity infrastructure vandalism and theft in Pelican Park and in other hotspot areas has increased over recent weeks. The...

SA records 1 006 new COVID-19 cases

South Africa now has 1 529 420 confirmed COVID-19 cases after 1 006 people were confirmed to have contracted the virus in the last 24 hours. According to the latest data, the new infections...

Agribusiness confidence rises to its highest level in 6 years

Following a notable recovery to 51 points in quarter three of 2020, the Agbiz/IDC #Agribusiness Confidence Index rose to 61 points in quarter four, which is its highest level since quarter...

Dam levels rise to 92.2% after heavy rains

It has been a turbulent few days in the Cape as a two cold fronts raged, bringing rain, gale force winds, thunderstorms and even snow. While the weather hasn’t been all that...

Inmates in fear as Covid-19 infections, deaths in SA prisons surge

Inmates and officials are living in fear after the Correctional Services Department recorded an increasing number of Covid-19 infections of up to 388, with at least four deaths. This comes as the...

Looting on the rise in Cape Town

As the lockdown continues and the coronavirus pandemic threatens the livelihood of families and homes across the country, people are becoming desperate. The desperation, frustration and other contributing factors have led...

Capitec still sprinting

While the bigger South African banks have toned down their profit growth expectations in light of the morbid economic outlook for the medium term, Stellenbosch-based Capitec Bank continues to thrive. A recently...

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Renewable energy component market will be worth R468-billion by 2030 –...

By Larry Claasen SOUTH Africa’s energy crisis, along with the global move to environmental sustainability has the potential to be a big economic drive, says...

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