A Biden administration will be good for trade in and with Africa

Joe Biden has already noted that the US should engage Africa’s youth, strengthen trading relationships and empower African women

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EDITORIAL: SA belatedly joining vaccine programme is good news

Immunising part of the population is affordable, while SAA is costing the country R10.5bn

ISMAIL LAGARDIEN: Illusions and reveries of Africa claiming the 21st century are fast evaporating

Once again, the continent is incidental in world politics, and in some ways a mere source of raw materials — this time for China

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This is how firms can legally keep tabs on employees working remotely

Employers must ensure that any personal data processed complies with the provisions of the Protection of Personal Information Act

KATE THOMPSON DAVY: Airbnb IPO is a big bet on a rosier travel future

Airbnb relies on people leaving 合约数字货币_合约交易home behind, not seeking services to deliver goods in lockdown safety

MNINAWA NTLOKO: Anele’s easy down-to-earth demeanour was no facade

A veteran of more than 50 Bafana caps, the defender leaves a rich legacy that will be celebrated in SA and Europe for many years

WATCH | Business Day: Why every story is your business

Read about the new campaign for SA's foremost business publication

KEVIN MCCALLUM: Qhubeka journey continues on world cycling stage with new members

SA team confirms signing of Nic Dlamini and three other riders, an Australian and two from Europe

CHRIS GILMOUR: Stor-Age ticks all the boxes amid lockdown turmoil

Rise in inquiries shows a resilience not seen in many other industries or companies

THE OBSERVER: Aid cuts are no way to advance ‘global Britain’

Boris Johnson plans £4bn cut to overseas aid while allocating £16.5bn to defence

STREET DOGS: Think twice before crossing your fingers and buying a cheap stock

There has to be reason to believe that the low valuation will not persist before jumping in

STEVEN FRIEDMAN: Time to have second thoughts about the second wave

Debate in SA is more concerned with reviving a ‘normal life’ than keeping up the fight against a dangerous virus

Worst scenario of disorder and decay awaits SA unless it changes tack

Planning should unite citizens behind vision of fostering social justice, prosperity and inclusivity

MICHAEL FRIDJHON: Winemakers only have so many chances to get it right

For its 30th anniversary celebrations Graham Beck has released a special magnum

WANDILE SIHLOBO: Agriculture exports hit record on large harvest and efforts to keep sector open

Growth was primarily underpinned by citrus, wine, maize, nuts, deciduous fruit and sugar cane

Western Cape separatist delusions have endured since Jan van Riebeeck’s time

A colonial mentality is also to be found among ANC members with their ‘build a wall’ calls

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