Metal falls to $1,250.66 as the dollar strengthens, but economic uncertainty around Brexit and the approaching French elections caps losses
The easy win in blaming Shakespeare for SA’s failures, MPs ask NPA head for clarification and meet the first officially delinquent director
The offer appears intended as a way out of an impasse over the country’s leadership within the divided ANC, but may not be enough to satisfy opponents of Zuma
The DA retains hotly contested Ward 32 in a by-election‚ taking 53% of the vote‚ up from 47% in the 2016 local government elections
Jubilee Platinum brings Dilokong Chrome Mine into operation, helping it cut its interim six-month loss to end-December to a third of the matching period
George Glynos, MD at ETM Analytics, discusses how SA could be shooting itself in the foot with a Cabinet re-shuffle likely to cause ructions in the economy
The regulations are intended to give increased state support to small, medium and micro businesses, as well as co-operatives, and township and rural enterprises
According to the 2017 African Business Outlook Survey, Nigeria is expected to ‘make a big come-back and grow faster than SA’
The world record holder in the men’s 400m says the health of South Africans‚ especially the country’s children‚ is very close to his heart
The second generation of Audi’s A5 and S5 coupe models has arrived in SA
The University of Johannesburg aims to create graduates ‘who understood their own histories in relation to global current affairs’
Prof Wole Soyinka is joining UJ’s faculty of humanities as a distinguished visiting professor, to actively teach and engage in public discourse on global ...
Universities SA warns there is a correlation between good student accommodation and academic performance
Universities SA warns of sunk costs as 47.9% of university students fail to complete their degrees
Students for Law and Social Justice propose that subsidies be cut for those who can fund their education themselves
Moses Mhlwana from Atteridgeville and three friends created the prototype, which saves water by enabling users to digitally select the amount of water they need
The Department of Basic Education is looking to review the national curriculum, including the emphasis on the works of Shakespeare often prescribed for ...
The Science and Technology Minister says scarce skills need to be incentivise
‘Institutional autonomy is the first barrier to fee-free education as it places value on the basis of prestige in qualifications’
The chamber supports Blade Nzimande’s proposals on the funding of poor and ‘missing-middle’ students but cautioned that this should not place further pressure ...
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