Getting an education that will free them to succeed and build their communities and country should not be a lottery for South African kids, says Jay Kloppenberg. He’s working on an answer and the results are inspiring.
Washington-based Global South African Soula Proxenos is helping fund the construction of ten of thousands of affordable homes in South Africa as managing partner of private equity firm International Housing Solutions.
The Emmy-winning TV series’ fourth season will spend a lot of time in the Middle East in its next season. So they’re shooting it in Cape Town.
Washington’s new Nelson Mandela statue, in its first bid to be named Washington’s favourite monument, succumbs to a sailor.
In candid interview, retired Constitutional Court Justice Albie Sachs says South Africa may have been shooting its feet off but it will always be able to stand thanks to its constitution.
South Africa’s Treasury responds judiciously to news that Nigeria’s economy is 89 per cent bigger that previously thought and now Africa’s largest.
There’s an emerging meme that says South Africa is a “failed state” or on the brink of becoming one. What do you think?
Scottsdale, Arizona, is the next stop for Wines of South Africa’s innovative marketing campaign to get America eating and drinking South African.
Amazon shoppers are raving about a traditional, low carbon footprint cooking technology updated by South African social entrepreneur Sarah Collins.
Called upon by CNN’s Piers Morgan to discuss the Oscar Pistorius murder trial, celebrity defence attorney Alan Dershowitz called South Africa a “failed country”. Sigh. A response.
Business Day editor Peter Bruce is shown a crystal ball, or trial balloon, something round anyway, by “someone spectacularly close to the presidency”.
Is South African politics evolving away from liberation movement hegemony to genuine multiparty competition? It looks more and more like it.