TreasuryOne currency dealer Andre Botha says the local currency is ‘cascading down like a waterfall’, with a run on R12.20/$ seeming ever more likely
‘What we should be putting firmly back onto the table is BIG, the basic income grant’
The Road Traffic Offences Amendment Bill will not improve road traffic safety, says Business Unity SA representative
Fransman has been at odds with Mantashe since the ANC decided to take action against him after he was accused of sexual harassment
The mining industry has to change the way its works in order to survive, but the geology of SA’s deposits makes a quick fix challenging
Merrill Lynch conference highlights positive shift among foreigners and local fund managers
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
If the measure is blocked, it will be an embarrassing setback that casts doubt on their ability to deliver on their ambitious agenda
Absa Cape Epic from Greyton to Elgin stage won by race debutants Andri Frischknecht and Michiel van der Heijden
Partnerships, sponsorships, outreach projects and expanded mandate are all part of a business strategy aimed at ensuring its survival and that of artists
The terror suspect lived in West Midlands using several aliases and had links to extremism
About 474 banks borrow €233.5bn — almost a fourfold increase lent out by the European Central Bank in December
Islamic State claims responsibility as police raid six addresses and arrest eight in London and Birmingham
A former Russian MP and witness in a treason case against a former pro-Russian Ukrainian leader was shot dead in Kiev; Russia calls the allegation ‘absurd’
The British security services had once investigated the man who killed three and injured 29 outside London’s parliament yesterday; IS has claimed responsibility
But the attacker was acting alone and there are no further threats, Britain’s top counter-terrorism officer says
A video emerged of Westminster Bridge on Wednesday showing the moment a car was driven into pedestrians earlier in the day in the worst attack in London since ...
It was the deadliest attack in London since four British Islamists killed 52 commuters and themselves in suicide bombings on the city’s transport system in ...
The French presidential candidate has been urged to end his campaign
Prosecutors had asked for eight years for Bemba, who is already serving 18 years on war crimes convictions
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