Aarti Bhana is curious about South Africa's vast dynamics and seeks to learn about its people and places through her words. She is passionate about human rights, art and sometimes politics.

Coffee beans, potatoes and opportunity

Drones, sensors, solar panels, smartphones … farming is becoming an exciting sector for the young and enterprising.

Job creation through art

Artists have to be entrepreneurial, says JP Morgan.

Struggling Eskom is bullish on the future of electric vehicles in SA

Motor manufacturers agree that consumers 'need not worry' about load shedding risk.

SA’s Gen Z students spend R35bn per year – survey

But they are putting money away too.

More EVs for SA roads

But mass adoption hindered by need for development of infrastructure.

Superbalist, Spree merge to create SA’s biggest online fashion platform

Your online fashion portal just got a makeover.

Bring on the juice revolution

South Africa's Green Cell Technologies signs agreement with global juice company, Citrosuco.

May transaction data shows an economy in poor stead

Further contraction in the second quarter could put South Africa into another technical recession.

The flourishing informal food sector

The informal food sector is valued at about R404 billion.

Listeria hysteria sends pork prices tumbling

The loss to the value chain of the pork industry could exceed R1 billion.

Typical pensioner income up 17% in real terms, review shows

Overall growth in pensions becoming 'relatively more important', especially for retailers.

Global average income compared

Switzerland is ranked the highest among 41 countries for high take-home pay and low tax rates, according to CapRelo.

Lancewood cream cheese producer eyes JSE listing

It is hoped the listing will enable more international investment.

Price hikes for petrol, diesel in April

Petrol will go up by 72 cents per litre and diesel by 65 cents.

Caffeluxe admits to price fixing

The supplier will pay a R750 000 penalty.

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