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Getting South Africans to heed message to buy local

Food Lover's Market. Picture: File

JOHANNESBURG - One of the challenges that the Buy Local campaign faces is compliance from the public sector, says Proudly South African chief executive Eustace Mashimbye.

Proudly SA hosted two forums in KwaZulu-Natal this week for both the public and private sectors.

The forums are part …

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Pros and cons of National Credit Amendment Bill explained

The National Credit Amendment Bill, signed into law by President Cyril Ramaphosa earlier this week, is not a mechanism to expunge debt for the over-indebted. Rather, it’s an instrument allowing the low-income market access to debt review at no cost.

Once Gazetted, debt intervention will be accessible to a …

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Zephany: The day she reunited with her biological parents

The kidnapping of baby Zephany Nurse from the cot beside her mother’s hospital bed made headline news. Desperate pleas from her parents to return her safely went unanswered. For seventeen years, on her birthday, the Nurses lit candles and hoped and prayed. Living not far away from the Nurses …

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Lack of funds to enable connectivity a major challenge

As the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR) gains momentum the digital divide is growing, leaving KwaZulu-Natal women behind.

DURBAN - As the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR) gains momentum the digital divide is growing, leaving KwaZulu-Natal women behind.

Moses Kotane Institute (MKI) chief executive Thandeka Ellenson says only 1.1 percent of households …

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Cooking up a business for this savvy chef

Chef Nono.

JOHANNESBURG -

Transforming basic cooking into an exciting art form is the language of Chef Nono.

Be different – very different. Ulundi-born Chef Nono Mtshali has achieved just that, mastering the art of “people’s cookery” with a unique style and panache of her own.

We are privy to one …

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