The stronger rand did not favour platinum and resources stocks, which weighed down the all share index despite an improvement in the price of platinum
Volumes are down, executives are leaving, and the LME still has archaic trading structures linked to sailing times at the turn of the 19th century, writes Andy Homes
The Institute for Security Studies’ Johan Burger says information circulating on social media should have been a clear indication that the march could turn violent
The EFF leader appeared in the Newcastle Magistrate’s Court, over calls for people to occupy land
Barclays Africa CEO Maria Ramos speaks about a tough operating environment, pressure for transformation in the sector and the separation from Barclays Plc
Stronger local currency and a dip in international oil prices have led to a surprise drop in fuel prices at the end of February
The Beverage Association of SA welcomes the small respite for drinks manufacturers and importers in Pravin Gordhan budget
Germany may refocus its economic policy towards Asia given Trump’s pursuit of protectionism, as China pushes past the US and France
Returning flyhalf becomes youngest captain of Bulls
Exclusive Books in Hyde Park is not just a bookstore but a place where reading and conversation are valued
The International Criminal Court ruling is a victory for accountability and for the Constitution, but not for long
Better increase taxes now than add to a debt level that looks dangerously high
If Treasury can stave off the political turmoil, this budget might record a turning point, if not, it will be the calm before the flood
The growing number of regulatory hoops companies have to jump through globally a factor in the collapse of two megamergers
Discovery vs Afrocentric reflects core issues policy makers should consider when using instruments of competition regulation in 'radical socioeconomic ...
SA’s banks are large and powerful corporate citizens that constantly proclaim themselves to be upstanding and committed to acting in the best interests of the ...
The big question is whether the South African Revenue Service is able to collect whatever Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan pencils into his budget
As Business Day enters a new era it's worth noting global financial publications have demonstrated readers are prepared to pay for quality content and that ...
SA urgently needs reform of state-owned enterprises to persuade ratings agencies and to prevent damage to the economy
The president was completely out of ideas — while committing to ‘a new chapter in radical economic transformation’, nothing he said on land reform, black ...
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