Port stockpiles of iron ore in China rose to 131-million tonnes this month, 65% higher than in mid-2015, which is why analysts say prices must inevitably decline
It will be best for the DA if the Western Cape premier resigns, but her politics and personality will prevent it
But Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan says the data on tax collection that he provided on Thursday was submitted by SARS and had not been verified by the Treasury
The regional chairman says he will quit if national executive tells him to
The embattled Toshiba needs a write-down of about $6bn, however, customers of Westinghouse, its nuclear unit, are already calling their lawyers
South African banks' exposure to single counterparty countries is dominated by the UK
Cheap chicken coming into the country fingered for loss of hundreds of local jobs as Department of Agriculture suspends imports linked to Brazilian meat scandal
The e-mails sent under a pseudonym by current US secretary of state when he was ExxonMobil CEO and which are sought by a court ‘cannot be recovered’
The forward makes his return to the national team for the first time since scoring on debut in a 2-1 friendly win in Mbabane, Swaziland, in March 2015
Nissan’s second generation Navara has finally arrived in SA, but was the wait worth it?
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