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Powering up the venture economy

In the 1960s Israel was known for kibbutzes and Jaffa oranges. By 2012 the country had more companies listed on the Nasdaq than any other country outside of the US and was known as the…

Fund managers open up about the ‘landmines’ of…

In an environment where stock market returns have been disappointing, avoiding companies that have suffered a significant share price decline has been even more important than usual. And in 2018 there were many. EOH plummeted…

Message to South Africans: The good times will…

Listening to the daily corruption report from the Commission of Inquiry into State Capture one can easily miss some shards of optimism glinting through the cloud cover. FTI Consulting’s The future of South Africa report…

Start-up Robolite offers traffic signals to beat load…

A 20-minute drive that load shedding stretched into two hours of putt-putting in Johannesburg’s sweltering heat was one of Thabo Jautse’s inspirations in deciding to build better traffic lights – blackout-busting traffic lights. Or robots,…

South African Cricketers’ Association in the dark on…

The South African Cricketers’ Association (SACA) are concerned about a lack of consultation from Cricket South Africa over a proposed restructuring of the domestic game. CSA chief executive Thabang Moroe has revealed that the body…

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Champions League: Barca Edge Man United At Old…

An own goal from Luke Shaw saw Barcelona record a 1-0 win over Manchester United in the first leg of their Champions League quarter-final at Old Trafford on Wednesday night. United arguably shaded the match…

Ethiopian crash hub: 10 key events, a month…

The March 10 crash On March 10, the world was hit by the news that a passenger aircraft operated by Africa’s top national carrier had crashed. The reference point for the information was solely the…