JSE slips as weaker US data and Delta variant weigh on sentiment

Rising Covid-19 cases in some parts of Asia and the US fuelled by the Delta variant continue to threaten global economic recovery

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MTN shares bounce as threat of US anti-terror case recedes

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Absa survey reveals a third of SA women entrepreneurs are job creators

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CAROL PATON: Careful work being done on BIG but the risks remain treacherous

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Sales of R500m to date in phase 3 of Mont Choisy Golf & Beach Estate in Mauritius

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RICHARD GRANT: Downward-trending inflation ensures rand will not become worthless

Despite the recent inflationary pulse, monetary conditions now suggest a resumption of the downward trend within a year

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Huge Group takes up disappointing 2% of Adapt IT

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EDITORIAL: One-size-fits-all corporate tax cut will hurt some sectors

SA has a long way to go to get its rate in line with that of its main trading partners

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DA wants independent probe into riot-linked deaths

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