Banks and retailers feel the pinch of a higher oil price, with miners under some pressure from global trade friction and a stronger dollar
Resources will be reprioritised to labour-intensive activities that benefit women, youth and small business
'Rather than denying entry where documentation is absent, travellers will be given an opportunity to prove parental consent,' home affairs minister Malusi Gigaba says
An Institute of Race Relations poll shows job creation, not land, is the priority issue for voters
Investors welcomed the news, with the share price jumping 6% to R5.11 in early trade on the JSE
Spending on durable goods such as cars contracted 11.2% in the second quarter, reflecting preemptive purchases ahead of the VAT increase
Magna Global study predicts online advertising could surpass $100bn for the first time
Four militants attack a parade marking the start of the 1980-1988 Iran-Iraq war, killing 24 people
Fullback adds to the leadership corps of the side and improves chances of winning, says assistant coach Stick
Thousands of workers have been fired over the past decade to cut costs and retool workforces, write Gerrit De Vynck
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