Media interest in the van Breda axe murders from 2015 has shown no signs of slowing down, so you can bet today’s trial is going to be a headline grabber.
The rand has taken us South Africans on quite an emotional journey of late. Of course, it’s not the currency’s fault, but rather the fault of those who are so strongly connected to it (yes, yes, Zuma is just one element to blame.) But its recent rise in strength has given us all a little […]
Following their original apology / explanation, which didn’t sit well with many, they have attempted to salvage the situation. That includes releasing the footage from the moments leading up to the first video, which is this below:
There’s nothing worse than someone who can’t commit – but when you find a loophole that is this easy, there really is no excuse.
Let’s assume you’re one of those peeps who promises to do your fair share of DIY around the house, but the weeks turn into months and the list keeps on lengthening.
Back in the day – 2009, to be precise – the South African Revenue Service (SARS) began a concerted effort to stamp out illegal clothing imports into the country.
For those of you who work outside of the country, especially those of you who find yourself working in the Middle East regions where you are exempt from paying tax, you are probably very used to the 184-day rule.
At least once a week I hear someone talk about leaving the hustle and bustle behind and moving to ‘the country’, and I’ll admit to echoing similar sentiments from time to time.
Wendy Gamiet, Chief Operations Executive at TCI Apparel reveals exactly what her role involves and what keeps her inspired.
When it comes to the intricacies of the national budget many of us go a little cross-eyed, which is why we’re glad to have the help of the professionals. If it’s moving money in and out of the country we always turn to Currencies Direct, but they also have a handle on what goes down here […]
It certainly pays to become a Member of Parliament, with some pretty decent wages and a lovely living allowance as an added bonus.
Knitting is generally considered an older woman’s hobby.
Finding a work haven in Cape Town can be very frustrating – especially if you happen to travel here quite often need a quiet space to have a meeting with more than, say, two people.
A real mix of odd gifts from far-flung corners of the globe, if the Queen’s prezzies from 2016 are anything to go by.
It’s one of the biggest events on the men’s fashion scene, and some of the trends from this year’s event are ones we see playing out here at home too.
The government supposedly uses taxes as a steady form of revenue, although things might work a little differently here at home.
Feeling like you need an escape already? Me too, so I went looking for somewhere nearby to escape the madness. Seems there’s a real gem just up the West Coast.
Currently, there’s a global shift in consumer habits and it’s high time you hopped on the same train.
Most business owners like to think they’re doing their bit when it comes to ‘going green’, but one in particular is really stepping up to the plate.
There’s been plenty said and written about Mandoza since his tragic passing. At a recent tribute in Pretoria, friends and family came together to celebrate his life.
South Africa is full of wonderful little pieces of history.
We might be in the middle of the 2016/17 tax season, but on Monday, SARS released a whole lot of stats regarding last year’s one. Some vital info in there, too.
Can you believe that ‘fundi’, a globally recognised ‘mainstream’ word, actually has its roots here in South Africa?
There’s something to be said for the little guys and girls coming together, and that’s certainly true of WearSA.
Three guys on their way to Kimberly with a massive stash of weed really messed up, just 20km outside their destination. Bleak times, yo
There’s a joke in here somewhere about those old Chomp chocolates, but I’ll take the high road. A hippo under attack from a pride of lions takes extreme measures.