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The South African billionaire, Koos Bekker has managed to turn his Franschhoek wine farm, Babylonstoren into a major selfie destination.
Former chief of the CIA’s worldwide operations, Jack Devine, who now heads the Arkin Group told Bloomberg that the Americans’ backing of Maduro could be seen as another proxy war with Russia.
To get the overseas perspective on Eskom’s prospects, we spoke to Debtwire’s Chris Haffenden on the measures that it could take to shed its debt load.
Meet Charlene Barnes, a woman who has the unenviable task of trying to save the unwanted and abused pets and strays of Witbank, now known as eMalahleni.
It has been a tough year for Snap, maker of the photo messaging app Snapchat, as it lost users to competitors like Instagram.
South Africans have been so gripped by Angelo Agrizzi and the Watsons, that we may have forgotten for a moment about the Guptas.
Mines in South Africa, which has the world’s biggest reserves of platinum and chrome, are seen as a benefit by only 13% of people who live in their proximity, a report on the industry’s social impact said.