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
A market-driven university system, obsessed with only providing degrees rather than a variety of tertiary options, is a disaster, writes Martin Wolf
Gordhan’s ‘inclusive growth’ is merely a substitute for Zuma’s ‘radical economic transformation’. But the president is interested in none of that. He is under too much pressure and he wants to ...
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
SA has lost its moral authority, says UK politician and former anti-apartheid campaigner
Many intermediaries prefer the familiarity of traditional unit trusts to exchange traded products, writes Stephen Cranston
Returning flyhalf becomes youngest captain of Bulls
'We are asking ourselves: what he will do for a week? How he will live?'