As Trump imposes more sanctions on Iran, and the US Fed talk remains dovish, the dollar has fallen four session in a row
A caring government would give South Africans a break by moderating administered prices such as electricity
The public protector has implicated Cyril Ramaphosa in the Bosasa case, and the DA leader claims the president puts his party before people
MPs will spend nine hours on Tuesday debating the speech, writes Genevieve Quintal
Edcon’s Edgars chain plans to close two stores in Resilient’s portfolio
Dismal economic growth in the first three months of the year failed to dent SA’s employment rate, although business are cutting overtime and part-time jobs
France-based energy think-tank says investment in renewable energy in SA continues to grow
Johnson's pledge to leave the EU on October 31 could provoke a standoff with the UK parliament, which has indicated its opposition to a no-deal exit
Proteas planned to be grown-up, calm-under-pressure cricketers but the new approach appears to have gone too far
About seven out of 10 people will suffer a temporary disability in their lifetimes and an income protection policy helps ease the burden
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