World stocks fall as the trade dispute between the US and other major economies intensifies, while oil prices lose ground after exporters agree to increase production
Cancer patients are dying ‘unnecessarily’ in KZN, and a Jacob Zuma grouping is starting new political party the African Transformation Congress
Violence has been reported at a taxi rank in Alexandra, while in the Western Cape, the police commissioner threatened to shut down taxis if violence persists
Pravin Gordhan is expected to make a submission to the SARS inquiry, and the Ntzebeza inquiry into KPMG wraps up, writes Bekezela Phakathi
CEO Paul Feeney says the company has made good progress ‘towards our vision of becoming the UK’s leading wealth management business’
The news is expected to be mixed, with jobs stats likely to bring bad news, but optimism about the trade balance, producer inflation and credit extension
Engine and machinery friction is expensive, but there are new technologies that could cut industry’s costs, writes Tony Carnie
Communications minister Thierry Moungalla says being a member of the producer cartel will present the country with the opportunity to liberalise its oil industry
‘The new IAAF rules are deplorable for a number of reasons‚ not least bad science … and the total disregard of human rights,’ says ProBonoMatters’ petition
Entrepreneurs Albert van Wyk and Mpho Dagada on why impact counts more than sales, writes Lungile Sojini
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