These were 2016's most-read Shapeshifter articles:
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Alex Fourie created iFix in 2006 from his dorm room at university. Today it repairs about 10 000 devices a month.
Michiel le Roux speaks about the fascinating story behind the little bank that has the Big 4 shaking in their boots.
Bruce Whitfield interviews the remarkable Wiese (net worth R100 billion!) about how it all began and where it’s going.
The Clothing Bank gives women access to discounted merchandise and 500 hours of training in money management and business skills.
She barely passed science, yet her creation won global awards and enables people to easily grow food even when water is scarce.
The (in)famous newly appointed CEO of Sapo has an unenviable task to perform, but he’s more than up for the challenge.
WeThinkCode funds top human talent with the potential to become the future coders of SA, despite their background or experience.
Ndlozi explains the significance of the the first chapter of his thesis: 'Trauma in the archives'.
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviews Steinhoff International Chairperson Christo Wiese.
50 years ago the retailer started out when Raymond Ackerman bought three tiny stores from Click founder Jack Goldin.
Wits associate professor of economics Christopher Malikane speaks to Azania Mosaka about the term that is being bandied about.
Urologist Dr Shingai Mutambirwa says penile curvature is only a concern if it impedes a man's ability to have penetrative sex.
Analysts weigh-in with very different views on Dlamini Zuma's failures and achievements as chairperson of the African Union.
The EFF lawyer stole the show during the state capture report court battle.
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Is social trend Blesserfinder, where girls are allegedly matching up with rich 'benefactors' in exchange for sex, a real thing?