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Tobacco wars turn deadly
South Africa’s tobacco industry has long had a stench of the underworld. That much we know from former tax investigator Johann van Loggerenberg’s book Tobacco Wars, where he details the battles between established manufacturers such as British American Tobacco (BAT) and smaller but up-and-coming players such as Gold Leaf... Read more
City of Joburg and unions ‘do away’ with wildcat strikes
The City of Johannesburg and labour unions representing municipal workers have entered into an agreement that seeks to do away with wildcat strikes. The agreement will also involve labour in the city’s budget planning process.  The South African Municipal Workers’ Union (Samwu) and the Independent Municipal and Allied Trade Union... Read more
Rising Cape Town dam levels to buoy agriculture and tourism
With Cape Town dam levels hitting a new high of 81.7% and average Western Cape dam levels set to top the psychological 65% mark, the agriculture and tourism sectors in the province are eyeing better prospects in coming months. Both city and provincial dam levels reached a four-year high... Read more
How to reduce your electricity bill 
The annual double-digit increases in the price of electricity in recent years have sent household energy bills skyrocketing. But there are a number of simple changes that households can make to reduce their electricity consumption and therefore their electricity bills. Even more material ones are possible for homeowners (those... Read more
AmaZulu vs Orlando Pirates: Prediction, scores, kick-off time and head-to-head
Fresh off a Cup defeat against  Highlands Park and stuck in the middle of the controversial resignation of their coach, Orlando Pirates now have another challenge to contend with. While AmaZulu’s form has not been great in this season’s Premiership, the Bucs have historically struggled to win against them.... Read more
Mamelodi Sundowns vs Cape Town City FC: Prediction, scores, kick-off time and head-to-head
An intriguing match-up beckons as Cape Town City travel to Mamelodi Sundowns.  The two teams are level on points on the PSL log, separated only by goal difference. City were dumped out of the Cup competition over the weekend by Polokwane City, though, while Sundowns were rampant, defeating Bloemfontein... Read more
City Lodge’s R1bn African expansion strategy hit by delays
The conclusion by JSE-listed City Lodge Hotels group of its initial R1 billion African expansion strategy is being held up by delays to the competition of its 148-room City Lodge Hotel Maputo because of “contractor-related delays and disputes”. The African expansion strategy was launched in 2015 and involved the... Read more
Greenpeace says SA is no 2 sulfur dioxide hotspot
The area around coal-fired plants owned by South Africa’s state power utility Eskom ranks as the world’s second-largest hotspot of sulfur dioxide emissions, according to Greenpeace. Read: South Africa sued for Eskom, Sasol air pollution in coal belt The level of sulfur dioxide emissions in the Kriel area in... Read more
Springboks Release Four Players Back To Provinces
Rugby365 The Springbok training squad of 36 players assembled in Bloemfonteinon Sunday for a four-day Rugby World Cup camp in Bloemfontein as part ofthe Boks’ preparations for the global tournament which starts nextmonth in Japan. The group consists of players who were part of theSpringboks’ recent successful Rugby Championship... Read more
Nkosi Double Gives Boks Scrappy Win
Rugby365 Two by wing Sibusiso Nkosi helped South Africa record a hard-earned24-18 win over Argentina in Pretoria on Saturday – maintaining theSpringboks’ unbeaten run in 2019. It was a scrappy win by ascratch Bok team, but it was mission accomplished in front of 29,383spectators – by a team that... Read more