Thursday, November 15, 2018

City streets: why South Africa should design more people-friendly spaces

Streets have many purposes. They carry traffic. They’re conduits for electrical, telephone and water services to...

TV licences, dental appointments and prescriptions are all increasing in price...

Prices for a range of goods and services are set to go up this Sunday, and...

Judge allows 2,300 women to proceed with gender bias lawsuit against...

More than 2,300 women are pushing forward with a lawsuit claiming one of Wall Street’s largest...

Donald Trump quits Twitter because he’s ‘too busy putting America first’

The Twittersphere has been left stunned after it appeared that the US president, Donald Trump, had quit the micro-blogging...

Businesses are in danger of failing to prepare for something more...

Do you remember when we heard “Brexit means Brexit” or when we were offered a “red,...

UK would slash gender pay gap by 21% if lowest-paid work...

The UK would cut its gender pay gap by more than a fifth if the lowest-paid...

Academy trusts use public money to pay ‘unjustifiably’ high salaries to...

Academy trusts that pay their bosses “unjustifiably” high salaries could spend taxpayers’ money better on improving...

Melrose takeover offer approved in GKN shareholder vote

Shares in GKN surged by more than 5.5 per cent after the results of the vote...

Tesla car involved in fatal crash in California ‘was on Autopilot’...

The vehicle in a fatal crash last week in California was operating on Autopilot mode, making...

Consumers’ demands have changed – too bad retailers haven’t noticed

Two buzzwords of the moment are “experience” and “relevant”. Now that we’ve reached “peak stuff”, the trend is...
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