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South Africa will get its first Tesla dealership next year - here’s what the showrooms look like
South Africa will get its first Tesla dealership next year - here’s what the showrooms look like

Tesla's outlets typically look different than traditional car dealerships.

Mark Matousek, Business Insider US  Dec 11, 2018, 06:34 PM
12 cool toys for less than R250
12 cool toys for less than R250

The best deals on toys that should keep your kid entertained during the festive season.

Helena Wasserman, Business Insider SA  Dec 11, 2018, 06:19 PM
'No one is protected': Deloitte fired 20 partners for alleged sexual misconduct
'No one is protected': Deloitte fired 20 partners for alleged sexual misconduct

Accountacy firm Deloitte and says it fired about 20 partners in the UK in the last four...

Trista Kelley, Business Insider US  Dec 11, 2018, 04:06 PM
A Spanish app for anonymous chats is taking South Africa by storm – with some very nasty questions
A Spanish app for anonymous chats is taking South Africa by storm – with some very nasty questions

South African users of Curious Cat are not holding back with their questions – despite...

Bombi Mavundza, Business Insider SA  Dec 11, 2018, 03:03 PM
The maker of Marlboro cigarettes is gaining a 'unique entry into cannabis'
The maker of Marlboro cigarettes is gaining a 'unique entry into cannabis'

And it's is a win-win, according to an analyst.

Ethel Jiang, Business Insider US  Dec 11, 2018, 04:08 PM
Millions of Japanese homes are abandoned, and owners are giving them away for free
Millions of Japanese homes are abandoned, and owners are giving them away for free

One of the reasons is buyers' superstitions.

Aria Bendix, Business Insider US  Dec 11, 2018, 11:01 AM
Half of the world is now officially online, but several thorny new problems threaten the digital economy
Half of the world is now officially online, but several thorny new problems threaten the digital economy

More than half the world thinks the drawbacks of the digital economy outweigh its...

Troy Wolverton, Business Insider US  Dec 11, 2018, 09:56 AM
Top South African musicians get paid up to R250,000 per gig – here’s how
But most artists should expect to earn roughly R1,500 to R3,000 per show.
James de Villiers , Business Insider SA  Dec 11, 2018, 08:41 AM