It’s hard to imagine how one should react when finding out that you’ve won a Nobel prize, but I didn’t see this coming.
Fear not – our best and brightest are hard at work to turn around South Africa’s ailing economy.
One of the things that can make financial planning daunting is realising that there’s so much more to take into account than just saving.
The country’s new demerit system is here, so it’s probably a good idea to take note of what you’ll be up against on the roads.
Facebook is throwing a tantrum over the Netflix doccie ‘The Social Dilemma’, stating that it presents a distorted reality.
Last week, FNB was talking about having SnapScan and Zapper on board with its payment terminals. That talk may have been premature.
The victim’s incessant social media updates, her video confessionals and text messages with her husband form the central material of the film’s narrative.
The satirical puppet show, ‘Spitting Image’, is back to take the mickey out of some of our most famous celebrities, politicians, and others. No one is safe.
The national lockdown pulled the curtain back on a number of systemic problems in South Africa, including the widening gender wage gap.
We finally have some insight into what Meghan and Harry are getting up to with Netflix.
Pantone has teamed up with Swedish menstruation products brand Intimina to launch a campaign to combat period stigma.
As rates of poverty grow worldwide in the wake of the pandemic, one city has taken decisive action to secure the quality of life of its citizens.
‘Tiny World’ takes a look at some of the smallest creatures on Earth, including a monkey that would fit in the palm of your hand.
The price wars are underway at Pick n Pay, Woolworths, Checkers, and Spar. BusinessTech has run a comparison, so let’s see which one gives you more bang for your buck.
In the interest of safety, many businesses have all but abandoned cash in the age of COVID-19. Turns out there’s a reason it’s called ‘dirty money’.
As soon as the death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was announced, you just knew the final few weeks leading up the US election were going to become even nastier.
As more businesses move to a remote working model, the demand for increased surveillance on employees has increased.
Industry experts say the draft Cannabis for Private Purposes Bill has ‘completely missed the mark’, outlining a number of key areas where it falls short.
Over the past 12 months, there has been no shortage of headline-grabbing public figures, 100 of whom made it onto TIME’s list of the most influential people in the world.
We may not have hit stage six load shedding like we did at the backend of last year, but the numbers speak for themselves.
A new report exposes some hard truths about the effect of the national lockdown on the livelihoods of domestic workers.
Have you ever wanted to float around in a luxury swan? Yeah, I hadn’t thought about it either, but it may be an option if this designer gets his way.
In his first lead role in a series since ‘Breaking Bad’ wrapped back in 2013, Cranston plays a judge who will do anything to protect his son.
A new reality show, set to be filmed in 2023, wants to send one person to the International Space Station, in what organisers call “the biggest prize ever awarded on TV”.
William and Kate wished Harry a happy birthday, and it prompted a scandal, which apparently has something to do with ‘The Crown’.
Chuck Feeney isn’t your average billionaire, and he hopes his story inspires some of the world’s richest people to try ‘Giving While Living’.