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According to a report by Graeme Hosken in today’s Times Live, Cape Town and Joburg can look forward to ‘clogged highways, grinding poverty, high-rise apartments and collapsing infrastructure’ in the not-to-distant

Economic power continues to shift east and south, driving new patterns of trade and investment, according to EY research...

Cape Verde was awarded a $930,000 grant by the African Development Bank-hosted Sustainable Energy Fund for Africa (SEFA)

The Ethics Institute of South Africa (EthicsSA) has released a booklet designed to help businesses understand the municipal procurement process, and what their rights are if they suspect irregularities…

Platform-based talent markets help put the emphasis in human-capital management back where it belongs – on humans...

CAPE TOWNSA / WASHINGTON DC, USSouth Africa faces one more hurdle over US meat imports before it can make a toast to remaining a part of the 

CAPE TOWN, SA: There is extreme concern that the wine and citrus industries in the Western Cape will be collateral damage if the Agoa issue surrounding imported chicken from the US is not resolved immediately, according to Wesgro CEO Tim H

Bekezela Phakathi, writing in BD Live, reports that the Southern African Tourism Services Association claims ‘initial indications are that the tourism industry failed to take full advantage of the traditionally bu

‘Water has become a scarce and therefore more valuable commodity…’

2015 was a great year for IDG Connect’s African content. We covered everything from misogyny in Liberia to blogging for local recipes in Kenya and 3D printers made from eWaste...

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