WATCH LIVE | Voting out corruption: citizen responsibility in a democracy

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New UK immigration rules: How to expand your business and sponsor SA workers

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JSE muted as strong US corporate earnings contend with global risks

Oanda’s Jeffrey Halley says market sentiment remains ‘decidedly positive’ thanks to support from US earnings

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YACOOB ABBA OMAR: Polemic over Mogoeng’s religious views puts SA’s status as secular state centre stage

While the separation of belief from the state is a principle of democracy, concept has been challenged in other countries

Credit Suisse to pay nearly $475m for role in Mozambique looting

The bank deceived investors by hiding information about the use of the proceeds of three debt offerings from 2013 to 2016, prosecutors said Tuesday.

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Assistance to marginalised mining operations to pump extraneous mine water

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Balwin Properties reports profit recovery amid steady demand for apartments

Group revenue rose 41% to R1.3bn in the property group's first half to end-August, with Balwin encouraged by steady demand for its apartments

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Standard Bank’s Phenomenal Families content series is back

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ISMAIL LAGARDIEN: A new divergence, or one that never went away

Covid-19 has exposed all the iniquities, flaws and fault lines of globalisation and put an end to the party

GRACELIN BASKARAN: Commodities windfall must be channelled into climate mitigation

Trade restrictions against high emissions countries are imminent, which will hit SA’s economy, writes Gracelin Baskaran

Looting and alcohol restrictions dent Pick n Pay’s sales

Second-quarter sales fell 0.7% as the retailer counted the costs of civil unrest and grappled with liquor restrictions

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Softer dollar boosts gold

Gold rises as weaker dollar counters U.S. bond yields rally

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Woolworths joins Netcare in raising green debt

The retailer sees its focus on sustainability as a key imperative to its ability to deliver a sustained financial performance over the long term

Don’t write off nuclear, says Futuregrowth

SA has some competitive advantages and the nuclear debate is worth having for the long term, says Paul Semple

EDITORIAL: Icasa unable to see the light over freer spectrum

SA is still in a state of disaster, in which the government has ordered the body to relax regulations

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JSE muted as strong US corporate earnings contend with global risks

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Oanda’s Jeffrey Halley says market sentiment remains ‘decidedly positive’ thanks to support from US earnings

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Balwin Properties reports profit recovery amid steady demand for apartments

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Group revenue rose 41% to R1.3bn in the property group's first half to end-August, with Balwin encouraged by steady demand for its apartments

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Looting and alcohol restrictions dent Pick n Pay’s sales

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Second-quarter sales fell 0.7% as the retailer counted the costs of civil unrest and grappled with liquor restrictions

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JUSTICE MALALA: Why SA is teetering on the edge of anarchy

If we ignore the rule of law by letting off Jacob Zuma and the hostage takers, our country will be in danger

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EDITORIAL: Icasa unable to see the light over freer spectrum

SA is still in a state of disaster, in which the government has ordered the body to relax regulations

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