Two days before the oil cartel meets in Vienna to consider increasing oil output, Iran says it is likely to reject any deal — but other members may forge ahead anyway
Job cuts at mines are gutting towns across SA, where entire economies have been built on the mining industry
Deputy director-general Siphokazi Ndudane, who is at the centre of a fight between minister Senzeni Zokwana and his director-general, says she signed the officials’ suspensions
The special NEC meeting also discusses the fate of leadership structures in the Free State, KwaZulu-Natal, Eastern Cape and the North West
The sale of more than $1.3bn brings the oil giant closer to its target of $30bn in disposals by the end of the year
‘All the downgrades over the span of five years hung together. We were flagging social issues in light of low economic growth’
‘Information on costs of rehabilitation‚ and companies’ ability to cover these costs‚ is inconsistent‚ unclear … and not comparable between companies,’ a study finds
The Facebook founder is now worth more than $81bn and about to become the world’s third-richest person
Niang and Gueye make the most of shocking errors as West Africans go to the top of Group H with Japan
Path to hidden glacier takes hikers from old rhythms to ancient forests
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