The JSE rebounded on Friday amid positive developments in US-China trade talks but general retailers extended their losses
Modern farming techniques in SA could and should be shared with Zimbabwe, as it could help stabilise the whole region and its agro-processing
The move is likely to run into stiff opposition from trade unions, which have rejected this before
The union federation says its lekgotla should come up with an action plan to implement the governing party's plan of action
In December Dawn’s share price plummeted from 8c to a record low of 1c when the company announced it had received an offer valuing it at R5.8m
The WEF kicks off in a wintry Davos on Tuesday and about 3,000 delegates comprising political, business and civil leaders
With Saudi Arabia supplying about 40% of SA’s crude oil, ties between the two countries are close
The UN has fiercely criticised the government reaction to the protests as allegations mount of shootings, beatings and abductions of opposition figures, activists and ordinary residents
Cricket SA CEO Thabang Moroe points out that Gibson was hired purely to win the World Cup
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