Although still well above 57,000 points, the all share drops 0.64%, with investors ‘using slowing China’s GDP figures and political concerns in Spain to book profits in the short run’
The FBI and UK authorities turn their attention to US-based Gupta nephews Ashish and Amol and South Africans are not impressed with ‘the McKinsey way’
Mmamoloko Kubayi, in contradiction to the ANC’s Gwede Mantashe, says new ministers will rely on the work of others to keep their portfolio on course
Considering that the party has been expecting Blade Nzimande’s to be fired for months‚ the wailing and outrage seems rather over the top, writes Ranjeni Munusamy
Apple has cut orders linked to iPhone 8 models by more than 50% over the rest of 2017, Taipei’s Economic Daily News reported, citing unidentified supply-chain sources
SA will now have to compete heavily for Japanese investment with Vietnam, Cambodia and Thailand, says Jetro executive
In publishing the Mining Charter the Mineral Resources Minister had purported to exercise powers that resided exclusively with Parliament, says Chamber of Mines
Families of those lost when the flight disappeared in March 2014 are delighted at the news, with Ocean Infinity saying it is optimistic about providing some answers
Group of twentysomethings now claiming golf’s top prizes have plugged Tiger Woods’s absence, says Olympic champion Justin Ros
With the help of new government and corporate funders, the Johannesburg Philharmonic Orchestra is ready to claim its place as one of the best in Africa
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