Daily Archives: June 2, 2013
JSE-listed Spar says it will investigate the sale of illegal cigarettes, which is against company policy
Capitec CEO Riaan Stassen says he was taken aback by the National Credit Regulator’s decision and was spurned when he tried to meet the CEO
Alexander Forbes chief says education system condemns young people to poverty, writes Sam Mkokeli
World Wide Fund for Nature SA urges government to enact law that will enable it to access funding under international convention, as Cape Town works to contain spill
Gold Fields says it made the decision after careful consideration of the implications of the lower gold price as well as the strategic needs of the company in West Africa
Local producers want higher prices, but it is feared this could mean more hardship for millions of households under pressure from food inflation
Nation Media Group’s Africa Project assesses the good, the bad and the ugly of African governance in 2012.
Burundi has applied to join the East African Development Bank (EADB).
The United States of Africa was a concept that was first championed by Jamaican political activist Marcus Garvey in the early 1920s.
It is emerging that members of the Lord’s Resistance Army, whose main hideout is in the Central African Republic (CAR), are being recruited into the country’s army.
The US State Department’s comments on Rwanda, Eritrea and South Sudan stand out in its new report on governments’ anti-terrorism efforts worldwide.
What is US President Barack Obama’s interest in Tanzania?
The dropping of two senior Rwanda Patriotic Front cadres from the Cabinet has fuelled speculation that the duo had opposed a third term for President Paul Kagame.
Transporters in the East African Community will now have to explore other avenues after the East African Legislative Assembly (EALA) passed the East African Community Vehicle Load Control Bill at its sitting in Kampala.