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'They are effectively a celebrity couple, where public pretence and private subterfuge meet in a long list of conflicting sentiments'
The only questions remaining are: who will replace them and when will they be axed?
Kathrada’s funeral is the second at which Zuma has been snubbed
Unsecured lending market helps bank grow customers and loans
The minister says unemployment rates will remain high amid lower local and global growth
Pieter Faber from South African Institute of Chartered Accountants unpacks the uncertainties around the increase in the dividend withholding tax rate from 15% to 20%
London swiftly rejects proposal for negotiations as British Prime Minister Theresa May prepares to trigger formal Brexit talks
Encounter was a game of two halves
The Spear artist says his works bring the personal into the political, writes Alexander Matthews
Of all the Rivonia Triallsts and ANC stalwarts, Kathrada is singularly identified with the philosophy of nonracialism
By ‘recalling’ Pravin Gordhan amid allegations of ‘gross insubordination’ the Zuma-Gupta axis conjures a dangerous crisis and an imaginary enemy
The Sinopec deal can bring capital, technology and expertise to the fuel industry
The industry’s worst fear — that this was an invitation to a mugging — has not been realised
One of the reasons for the improved balance is weak trade data, underpinned by lower imports that reflect weak consumer demand for imported goods
‘To grow further, the DA needs to jettison the baggage of the past and embrace a broader, more wholesome appeal’
Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng and his colleagues on the Constitutional Court bench have delivered a clear and stern lesson about accountability
The unknown unknown is US President Donald Trump’s economic policies — there’s a growing view he might prove to be much more ineffectual than expected
S&P is the big one to watch because it has SA’s foreign currency rating at BBB-, just one notch above subinvestment grade, 'junk'
The great irony is that PetroSA’s private sector comparator Sasol has been a remarkable success since it was weaned off government subsidies in 1997
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