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29 November 2018 4:15 AM 4 successful land reform elements and the 'wolf at the door' for SA farmers

Of the 64 countries globally which have embarked on land reform, 17 had restitution programmes in place and only 11 have claimed to be successful, says Dr Theo de Jager, president of the World Farmers Association. "Our research shows that there are four elements the countries with successful land reform had in common. This should be a guideline for SA as well," De Jager 45

15 May 2018 4:30 AM #Indaba2018: Why does Africa move you?

It may be the culture, its people or the gorgeous natural landscapes, but everyone has their own reason why they have such a deep connection with Africa. Africa's Travel Indaba 2018 has been going for decades, but it's only in its second year as a pan-African event, focusing on partnerships between the continent's country to build up the tourism industry 34

20 February 2018 3:00 PM Design Indaba goes free for one night only

Cape Town – The Design Indaba Open Night 2018 will take place on the evening of Wednesday, 21 February at Cape Town’s Artscape Piazza and it is free for everyone to attend. Read more about The Design Indaba Festival here. At the free opening night there will music, performance, exhibitions, installations and food as well as a free screening the critically 93

13 February 2018 3:00 AM All the performances to watch live at Design Indaba Nightscape

Cape Town - If you’re into events that incorporate live music, poetry and art then Design Indaba Nightscape is the place for you. It takes place on Thursday, 22 February and Friday, 23 February 2018 at Artscape Piazza in Cape Town. Ticketholders for the Design Indaba Conference, will have automatic entry into Nightscape. But, for those who just want to attend 75

11 February 2018 5:07 AM Platinum industry wants a coin

Johannesburg - The major platinum miners remain keen on introducing a platinum investment coin as a means to boost demand for the metal, despite resistance from the SA Reserve Bank (SARB). At the Mining Indaba this week, Impala Platinum CEO Nico Muller said during a panel discussion that the members of the World Platinum Investment Council (WPIC) remained 61

04 October 2017 11:56 AM Let’s talk, Zweli Mkhize tells miners — while Sipho Pityana says what he really thinks of Zwane

Pityana has previously torn into President Jacob Zuma, calling him corrupt and demanding he be prosecuted. Zwane has been closely linked to the Gupta family — which, it has been revealed in the thousands of e-mails that have been leaked, has benefited financially from corrupt dealings with the upper echelons of the government and state-owned enterprises 14

04 October 2017 11:30 AM Conference delegates vote for new Mineral Resources Minister

The vote came amid a protracted standoff between Mineral Resources Minister Mosebenzi Zwane and mining companies over the Mining Charter‚ which the industry says threatens their survival. Mkhize believed that new ways needed to be found to rebuild the mining industry by increasing the participation of black industrialists. Quizzed by the media on delegates' 10

20 September 2017 4:56 AM Dlamini-Zuma urges undertakers to back radical economic transformation

DURBAN - Presidential hopeful Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma has urged funeral undertakers to support radical economic transformation because the policy seeks to benefit them too. The former African Union (AU) chair was speaking at the Inkosi Albert Luthuli Convention Centre on Tuesday night at a gala dinner as a part of the two-day funeral indaba in Durban 26

11 September 2017 3:32 PM Treasury’s massive fiscal dilemma

Without economic growth, it is caught between a rock and a hard place. “I can’t speak for my colleagues, but in my sort of ten years in fiscal policy I think this is the most complicated, most politically difficult and most economically difficult budget that we’ve gone into.” National Treasury’s chief director for fiscal policy, Ian Stuart, did not mince 47

05 September 2017 6:23 AM Ramaphosa sealed his own fate

Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa addressing the closing session of the Indigenous and Traditional Leaders Indaba. (Supplied, GCIS) Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa has to live with the knowledge today that he was complicit in the appointment of all the people who now want to destroy him. President Jacob Zuma has comprehensively out-foxed Ramaphosa for the last five years 133