R53bn is traded on the JSE on Friday, despite a late start, but the all share still ends the day flat
The Guptas, meanwhile, should just give up on getting SA bank accounts, and the president’s new best friends should study the stories of their predecessors
The SABC’s former chief operating officer, along with Simon Tebele and the SABC itself, have been found liable, jointly and severally, for costs relating to firing journalists
McKenzie says the PA ‘cannot support a party that will never deliver on the mandate to service and serve its people’
Ride-hailing company Uber Technologies starts a review of its Asian operations and notifies US authorities about payments to police officers in Indonesia
Analysts expect inflation to moderate from 5.3% in 2017 to 5.0% in 2018, but then to accelerate to 5.3% in 2019
Close protection officers deploy a range of specialist skills to anticipate and avoid danger for high net worth clientele, writes Janine Stephen
Claims in Texas surged in the wake of storm, which disrupted oil, natural gas and petrochemicals production, leaving some workers temporarily unemployed
With 20,000 spots taken by Wednesday night, the number of entries has been increased ‘with due consideration to the integrity of the event’
Behind all the electric car hype, car makers and the industry are starting to realise the reality, writes Michael Taylor
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