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We analysed 101 companies’ statements on modern slavery – here’s what we found

Modern slavery includes human trafficking, servitude and forced labour, and tens of millions of people around the world are thought to be affected. It affects people in both developing countries and developed countries, including the UK. Businesses can play a major role in either facilitating modern slavery or

From a 10-bedroom house in Kimberley to a bachelor flat in Sandton, this is what R2 million will buy you right now

Thanks to significantly improved domestic sentiment, faster growth in property prices (particularly in Gauteng) can be expected this year. John Loos, household and property sector strategist at FNB Home Finance, says house prices could even possibly grow by more than 5%. This follows a

Skripals poisoning: what we know so far

What were the Skripals’ movements on Sunday 4 March? CCTV footage from a pub caught Sergei Skripal driving his daughter, Yulia, into Salisbury at 1.35pm. He parked his dark red BMW in the Sainsbury’s open-air car park at the Maltings shopping centre at 1.40pm. From

WHAT TO DO WHEN YOUR PARTNER HAS DIFFERENT DECOR TASTE

Moving in together can be stressful enough. Here are a few tips to avoid fighting about which rug to buy, artwork to hang and color to paint the walls. By Armina Kasprowicz Whether you’re newly engaged, just married or you’ve simply decided it’s time

What is bias lighting and how can it improve TV performance?

Simon Cohen/Digital Trends Consumers spend a ton of money every year in search of a better TV viewing experience. We go all-in on 4K, on HDR, on bigger and better screens, and on more immersive sound. Top that off with our growing list of subscriptions to

You’ve been ‘wasting money’ on THIS cleaning product… so here’s what you should be using instead

A colony of germs can grow back to its original size within hours of getting zapped by an antibacterial spray – making them less effective than bar soap. GETTY – CONTRIBUTOR 2 A top scientist has warned that Brits are spending a fortune on

What comes first – appliances or the kitchen design?

When it comes to designing your dream kitchen, design and functionality work hand-in-hand. So what comes first – the design or your appliances? Experts weigh in on the best way to kick-start your new kitchen. No longer poky, disconnected and hidden away, today’s kitchen

What to Know About Water-Damaged Appliances

When you return home after a flood, your instinct might be to rush in and check on the extent of the damage. But don’t—appliances might have shifted and damaged electrical or gas lines, putting you at risk. “If your gas range or water heater

What makes Japanese food the right fit for the modern palate

Masaharu Morimoto is probably the best-known Japanese chief in India, even among those who have never eaten his food. Morimoto owes his fame to two pioneering restaurants, both called Wasabi by Morimoto. The original opened at the Mumbai Taj, and a second (better) restaurant

Reviews roundup: Meet Me in the Bathroom; Eureka; What We Lose

 The Strokes – New York’s finest – in January 2006. Photograph: Stephen Lovekin/WireImage “Every scene needs a chronicler like Lizzy Goodman,” was Jim Carroll’s wholehearted recommendation, in the Irish Times, of Lizzy Goodman’s Meet Me in the Bathroom: Rebirth and Rock and Roll in New York