Prices also steady as copper and equities recover from recent lows, as US crude output and inventories rise; weak Asian markets begin to dent crude demand
Calls from Motsepe to make sector’s tax perks like those of mining deserve serious attention, writes Duane Newman
Cyril Ramaphosa is attending a Sadc meeting and will not attend the Marikana commemoration, despite saying earlier in 2018 that he intended to visit the site
The Nelson Mandela Bay mayor was let off the hook due to printers breaking down, agendas not being delivered, and opposition parties squabbling
Total has broken ranks with some of its rivals in recent years and largely ignored the rush to US shale, rather looking for conventional oil and gas resources
Coupled with the retail and wholesale trade figures, motor industry figures indicate that SA likely suffered a recession in the first half of the year
New research shows there has been modest progress in gender transformation at executive level, but there is only one woman at the helm of SA’s Top 40 listed companies
The new tariffs will not put Turkish steel makers out of business, but force them to find markets across North Africa or the Middle East, or displace other imports to Europe
The team must play the four strongest teams in the first four weeks of 2018 Currie Cup
Roy’s second novel takes up the cudgels on behalf of downtrodden, writes Rehana Rossouw
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