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Young minds tackle old problems

On average, “HIV/Aids patients living in rural areas of South Africa need to travel 96km to get to the nearest medical facility. Design a product or syste... Read Story

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Politicking stands in way of growth approach

Narrowly averting a recession with marginal expansion in the second quarter does not belie the fact that South Africa’s growth remains both exclusive and ... Read Story

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Scots have been offered fantasy of independence

According to one new poll, the recent surge of support for Scottish independence may have been checked – but the result of Thursday’s referendum cou... Read Story

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Young minds tackle old problems
September 18 2014 at 05:06

On average, “HIV/Aids patients living in rural areas of South Africa need to travel 96km to get to the nearest medical facility. Design a product or system to affordably connect these patients with their medications ... Read Story
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Scots have been offered fantasy of independence
September 16 2014 at 05:12

According to one new poll, the recent surge of support for Scottish independence may have been checked – but the result of Thursday’s referendum could still go either way.

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Politicking stands in way of growth approach
September 16 2014 at 04:40

Narrowly averting a recession with marginal expansion in the second quarter does not belie the fact that South Africa’s growth remains both exclusive and woefully inadequate.

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Scottish ‘yes’ would mean tribe trumps economics
September 15 2014 at 05:19

If Scotland opts for independence this week, Scottish consumers will pay more for some goods when the country separates from the UK.

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The Luminance debate
September 14 2014 at 14:52

The story in the City Press on September 7, headlined “Luminance Loan was not quite paid”, continues to perpetuate a dead story.

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Scottish business leaders raise concern
September 14 2014 at 14:49

“Frankly, anything that puts that at risk, I’m not for.”

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Contempt of court orders fail to stick
September 14 2014 at 14:37

A number of judgments handed down recently have highlighted how unions and their members have been able to escape the consequences of contempt of court orders relating to strike action, mostly on technical grounds.

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UK cannot complain about Hong Kong
September 12 2014 at 04:52

IN RECENT weeks, Hong Kong has seen street protests over Beijing’s role in the city’s politics. Some prominent overseas commentators, especially from the UK, have begun to complain that China is failing to hono... Read Story
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Germany’s ban on car share app Uber puts check on US arrogance
September 12 2014 at 04:51

Uber, the car-sharing company, definitely has its place in the world economy. The question is how should it go about its plan to conquer the world?

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Gains from cheaper cell rates eclipse drawbacks
September 11 2014 at 04:10

Cellphone rates will fall less than previously expected from March next year but the reductions announced by the Independent Communications Authority of SA (Icasa) last week are still substantial.

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