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Fight against lockdown tobacco ban intensifies

by GENEVIEVE KGAFE-MASHAMBAVANDERBIJLPARK - THE fights by major role players in South Africa's tobacco value chain, alongside civil rights organisations, against the government’s ban...

MTN expands annual staff generosity scheme

by MTHULISI SIBANDAJOHANNESBURG –MTN South Africa has redesigned its annual staff volunteerism programme to help mitigate the impact of the coronavirus (COVID-19)...

Mining firms cushion locals from COVID-19

by ANNA NTABANEMBOMBELA, (Mpumalanga Guardian) - A MAJOR mining firm and commodities company have pledged R23 million (US$1,3 million) to assist local communities...

AFRICAN VIEW: Volatile US exposes self as hypocrisy superpower

African BureauPRETORIA - THE United States of America (USA) is experiencing unprecedented violent protests caused by the murder of and brutality against the minority...

Digitisation to save banks COVID-19 blushes

by TINTSWALO BALOYIJOHANNESBURG – EXPERTS have touted the digitisation of banking to boost the sector’s resilience against the coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis and enable its...

Africa accelerating the adoption of 4G

by AKANI CHAUKE JOHANNESBURG – A GLOBAL research and consulting firm is encouraged at the progress made by Africa to accelerate the embracing of fourth-generation...

‘Hypocritical’ US burns as African Americans demonstrate

from PATRICIA MILLER in New York, United StatesNEW YORK - THE death of George Floyd at the hands of police has not only drawn protests against...

Resist revenge but leave all in Jehovah’s hands

True Gospel with SAVIOUS-PARKER KWINIKAA MAJORITY of people will never appreciate no matter how much good you do for them.

China’s Vivo expands presence in SA market

by MTHULISI SIBANDAJOHANNESBURG – BOUYED by what it has hailed as a successful six months in South Africa, Chinese headquartered consumer electronics company, Vivo, is introducing...

Crooks ambush weak Africa cyber systems

by SAVIOUS KWINIKA JOHANNESBURG – THERE is growing concern over the prevalence of criminals preying on the lack of cyber security culture in Africa.