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Sponsored: December and the annual migration down to the coast or overseas will soon be a reality for the majority of South Africans as the summer holiday shutdown begins. Most of us are vigilant about our preparations ahead of going away.

AMSA Eyes Africa For Growth

On the back of unfavourable market conditions and subdued demand, steel producer ArcelorMittal South Africa (AMSA) is actively seeking new growth opportunities, CEO Wim de Klerk recently told the media at a briefing announcing the company’s financial results for the six months ended June 2017.

Not So Alarming

False alarms are annoying for neighbours and take up response time that could be used elsewhere, says Lungelo Shezi.

How Do You Choose A Medical Aid?

With 83 open medical aids in South Africa, each offering a variety of plans, it can be difficult to know which one is right for you, says Lisa Witepski.

Tin Hits The Sweet Spot

Based on stable demand and uncertain future supply, tin traders are eager to tie down imminent tin-producer Alphamin Resources in off-take agreements, Alphamin Resources CEO Boris Kamstra tells SA Mining in an exclusive interview.

Transforming Tech

Adam Oxford looks at progress made and work to be done in the IT industry.

Teaching Chaos

Design thinking has become the go-to philosophy for creativity and innovation, says Adam Oxford, but it remains mired in misconception, and the skills required are hard to teach.

Reimagining The Arts

The road to creative industry fame is not always paved in glitter, but thanks to community outreach programmes, some people from isolated parts of South Africa are now realising their dreams, writes Babalwa Shota.

Monuments Of Transformation

The world is challenged by whether people of different races, customs, religions and philosophical traditions should live together as the citizens of the same nation.

Crowd-Free Kruger

Kruger National Park is as known for its human crowds as much as it is for the abundance of animal life. Head away from the mainstream, though, and it’s possible to experience total escape.

Nickel In Demand

Munali Nickel mine to be in production by year-end.

Press Start For A Cuppa

High tea might have once been popular in certain circles, but high-tech tea and coffee dispensers have taken precedence in the workplace, writes Susan Reynard.

 





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