$3.5bn and growing: The huge cost of cybercrime in Africa

SPONSORED | Cyber Intelligence Africa 2022 showcased security strategies and tech solutions to prevent, detect and prosecute cyberattacks

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Mother Russia not our mom, say Ukrainians

The people down south are not that keen to give Vladimir Putin a chance to revive an old empire

A bad week for Fikile Mbalula

The transport minister is having a torrid week: the Road Accident Fund has been caught hiding debt of R300bn; Prasa is a diabolical shambles, and now the ...

HOT PROPERTY: R15.95m Waterfall Country Estate home

This contemporary triple-storey residence offers four en suite bedrooms, a private guest suite and large open-plan reception areas

WEBINAR | National energy dialogue

SPONSORED | Join the Financial Mail, in partnership with the Central Energy Fund and Mkokeli Advisory, for an insightful discussion on February 25 at 9am

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By the numbers | Rhino poaching in SA

451 rhinos were killed by poachers for their horn in SA in 2021

By the numbers | Omicron BA.2 takes over in SA

Close to 100% of Covid infections in SA are Omicron BA.2, a subvariant that is on the rise globally

JSE cracks down on sloppy directors

The regulator has given notice that a close watch is being kept on directors, particularly those sitting on the audit and risk committees of listed companies

About-turn for part-time soldiers

Changes in regimental names and insignia of historic units will be costly — and all this comes at a time when the defence budget is already under severe ...

Winemakers toast to a good harvest

There have been predictions of a lower grape yield for the 2022 harvest — so why are the winemakers so upbeat?

Samsung takes on the iPad

Along with its usual smartphones, the South Korean giant is taking on Apple in its latest push in the premium tablet market

A sinking ship — from 40 years ago, and now

The navy lost a flagship in 1982 due to poor captaincy. The ship of state is now in similar perilous waters

A bad week for Zweli Mkhize

R5.9m which originated at the Unemployment Insurance Fund, made its way into a trust account for an upmarket trust bought by Mkhize’s trust

HOT PROPERTY: Tamboerskloof plots from R10m

Located on the upper slopes of Lion’s Head, with unrivalled ocean, city and Table Mountain views, The Ridge Estate is a new development that has 25 residential ...

WATCH: A beginner’s guide to smoking laws

The vaping industry is up in arms because of two new proposed laws. A fight is bound to ensue, but tobacco control is a very particular game

PODCAST: Why SA’s transition to green technology is inevitable

Valli Moosa, deputy chair of the Presidential Commission on Climate Change, tells Peter Bruce that SA’s transition to green technology is inevitable