Oil above $80 lifts stocks and offsets a trade- and bond-market chill, with bond yields rising on the expectation of more central bank policy tightening
Resources will be reprioritised to labour-intensive activities that benefit women, youth and small business
South Africans are spending two more years in school and scoring better on education quality than they did in 1990, but their health status has deteriorated, a Lancet study shows
According to an IRR survey, Julius Malema's party has doubled its support to 13% while the ANC has dropped from 62% to 52% - only just holding on to its majority
The German car maker is blaming intense price competition in the wake of new emissions rules
Inward investment into South African bonds and equities shrank to R16.6bn from R89.4bn in the first three months of the year
Magna Global study predicts online advertising could surpass $100bn for the first time
While former president Jacob Zuma's son, Duduzane, has not been arrested on corruption charges, he has been named at the state capture inquiry as one of those who helped the Guptas influence ...
Fullback adds to the leadership corps of the side and improves chances of winning, says assistant coach Stick
Thousands of workers have been fired over the past decade to cut costs and retool workforces, write Gerrit De Vynck
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