After his promises to make South Africa a more attractive place for investors, the president keeps to his word.
The president’s face is purple, like that of the alien at Stellenbosch University who was recently in the news.
The president repeats himself.
Is South Africa being sold to the Guptas for a bargain?
One can only hope.
Vodacom’s CEO explains their new business model.
The South African Reserve Bank’s interest rate hike requires a translation.
Vodacom and MTN don’t like cheap services like WhatsApp, so they’re throwing a tantrum.
The X-Files has returned to television.
He went all the way there not to show up.
A huge billboard, in Cape Town, causes a lot of outrage.
Vodacom and MTN are not impressed with competitive (and cheap) messaging services like WhatsApp, and therefore want them regulated.
The minister of finance believes that South Africa will avoid a recession.
A top economist, from Standard Bank, has been suspended for a “racist” tweet.
The president wishes you the best for 2016!
Here is a list of what South Africans searched for the most in 2015.
South Africa’s credit rating status is not looking good. In fact, it’s looking junk.